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Forsonymus?

Forsonymus? Surprised to find this over the weekend:

Forsonymus? Surprised to find this over the weekend: Looks like a partially blooming forsythia, but I don't have any forsythia. It's a euonymus burning bush with a gift from a squirrel or bird planted beneath it. (Credit: Jessica Damiano)

Surprised to find this over the weekend: Looks like a partially blooming Forsythia, but I don't have any Forsythia. It's actually a Euonymus burning bush with a gift from a squirrel or bird planted beneath it.

I'm guessing it came from my neighbor's Forsythia, which you can see blooming on the other side of the fence.

 Since the Euonymus isn't doing anything exciting right now, I'm going to leave it alone; the area could use some color.

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