Fully hardy shrub, or even a small tree, from Japan, Korea, the Russian Far East, and N.E. China; introduced to the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew from the Arnold Arboretum in 1895.
Distinctive pointed leaf buds open to green leaves in summer which turn fiery red in autumn. Large red fleshy seed pods, technically known as 'arils' in autumn open to reveal a pendant bright orange seed in lte summer
Euonymus planipes is a choice shrub that becomes a highly-eye catching focal point in late summer and autumn.
Very tolerant, and will do well in any decent garden soil in full sun or partial shade. H:2-2.5m