The common names of this strange plant are Hearts-A-Bustin or Strawberry Bush. The Euonymus Americanus is a member of the bittersweet family and grows mostly in the Southeast US, but ranges to Texas and up the East coast. In spring, the tiny white flowers are not very showy, but in the fall, the pointy red exterior pulls apart to reveal almost Day-Glo orange seed pods which drop to the ground. In the past, the orange seeds would be used as a strong laxative. The plants grow in wooded areas, and do not thrive in full sun.
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