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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
CelastraceaeEuonymus alatusWinged Euonymus, Burning BushSuburban woodlands, becoming invasive in parts of our region.Native of e. Asia. First reported for NC (Jackson Co.) by Pittillo & Brown (1988), now widespread in the state.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus americanusStrawberry-bush, Heart's-a-bustin’ (-with-love)Mesic to submesic forests.Se. NY west to s. OH and se. MO, south to n. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus atropurpureusAmerican Wahoo, Burning Bush, Bleeding Heart, WaahooBottomland forests, riverbanks, mostly on rich alluvial sediments, or on slopes over mafic or calcareous rocks.NY west to ND, south to Panhandle FL and TX.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus europaeusEuropean Spindle-treeSuburban woodlands, uncommonly cultivated, rarely naturalized.Native of Europe.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus fortuneiWintercreeper, Chinese Spindle-tree, Climbing EuonymusBottomlands, swamps, upland suburban woodlands.Native of China.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus japonicusJapanese Spindle-treeDisturbed areas, especially on barrier islands.Native of Japan. Especially widely planted on barrier islands and in other maritime situations because of its resistance to salt damage (Brown 1959). Reported for AR (Serviss et al. 2017a; Serviss et al. 2020).image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus maackiiWinterberryCultivated, rarely naturalized.Native of n. China.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus obovatusRunning Strawberry-bushCove forests, northern hardwood forests, other mesic forests, especially in boulderfields, where sometimes locally abundant.W. NY west to s. MI, south to sw. NC, ne. GA, TN, and n. AR.image of plant
CelastraceaeEuonymus hamiltonianusSpindletreeSuburban woodlands, disturbed areas.Native of Asia.image of plant

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