Euonymus cornutus var. quinquecornutus
This rare small shrub has a graceful, loose, weeping habit. The unusual flowers develop into fruit that appear as if a spider has attached the seed to the plant with a strand of web. They have been described a looking like “A Jester’s Cap”.
An Ernest Wilson introduction from SW China in 1908
This month’s Plant of the month is number 10 for 2017. In December a full list, comprising of all 12 plants of the month, will be published here. During December I will announce the winners of what has become, probably, the most eagerly awaited award ceremony EVER! (in my opinion anyway!)
Stay tuned for 2017 Plant Personality Of the Year awards or search #PPOTY2017 on social media.