euonymus japonicus evergreen spindle japanese

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Euonymus japonicus, evergreen spindle, Japanese spindle Royalty Free Stock Photo
Euonymus japonicus, evergreen spindle, Japanese spindle Royalty Free Stock Photo
Euonymus japonicus or Japanese spindle. Flowers. Isolated on white background Royalty Free Stock Photo
Euonymus japonicus or Japanese spindle. Flowers. Isolated on white background Royalty Free Stock Photo
Euonymus japonicus or Japanese spindle. Flowers. Isolated on white background Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Euonymus japonicus, evergreen spindle, Japanese spindle
Japanese spindle Euonymus japonicus. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle Euonymus japonicus. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Japanese spindle tree Euonymus japonica Royalty Free Stock Photo
Euonymus japonicus evergreen spindle or Japanese spindle is a species of flowering plant in the family Celastraceae, native to Japan, Korea and China. It is an evergreen shrub or small tree growing to 2–8 m tall, with opposite, oval leaves 3–7 cm long with finely serrated margins. The flowers are inconspicuous, greenish-white, 5 mm diameter. In autumn, orange fruit hangs below the flaring pink seed coverings.


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