This section of the book is from the Guide To Hardy Fruits And Ornamentals book, by Thomas Joseph Dwyer, published in 1903.
The Euonymus are indispensable in the decoration of the lawn on account of their varied colored flowers and fruit, also the peculiar form and growth of bark which is characteristic of each variety. They are perfectly hardy and can be grown on any soil and under any condition of exposure.
* Euonymus Atropurpureus
-- A tall growing shrub with larger leaves than the European, turning to scarlet in Autumn; fruit large, dark red
* Euonymus Alniftlia
-- With broad, glossy green leaves, which turn to a purplish red in Autumn; fruit blood red.
* Euonymus Europeus
-- Fruit rose colored, which is borne in great quantities and remain on the tree a long time.