Eastern Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpureus)

$35.00

Sold in 10″ (3 gal) pots
Light: Full sun to part shade
Moisture: Medium
Bloom Time: June
Height x spread: 12-20 ft x 15-25 ft
Flower: Showy Purple
Fruit: Showy, Magenta
Tolerate: Black walnut

Wahoo is a large shrub/small tree most often grown for its attractive red berries and fall color. Birds such as Northern Flicker, Brown Thrasher, Catbird, Eastern Bluebird, Cardinal, and Eastern Towhee eat the fruit. Deer and rabbits are also known to browse the foliage.

Where to see it growing: The plant can be found on the Campus of Washington University- St. Louis

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