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really give this tree a positive id - I've always wondered if they can be used as a natural dye?
was this growing in the wild, I assume so in which case the ID is OK, however there are various garden types of Euonymus that can look rather like this.
I echo Mike's question. This has the jizz of a cultivar about it.
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It was in an ancient hedgerow near to a nature reserve, a long way from gardens - at least a mile. It was quite a large specimen. However there are not a lot of hedgerow specimens left as they were grubbed out in the 1950s as they were thought to harbour carrot root fly.
Lat/Lng: 52.6, -3.0
OS grid ref: SJ3804