|Euonymus alatus f.
striatus is a deciduous shrub with gray-brown barks
inhabiting deciduous broad-leaved forests or edges in hilly to
mountainous regions, branching well to grow to 1-3 m in height.
Young branches are green and 4-ridged with no wings on them. Leaves
are alternate; blades are 2-7cm long, 1-3cm wide, long-oblong or
obovate, with pointed tips and cuneate bases generally, and sharp,
fine serrations on margins. Both sides of the leaves are with no
hairs. Cymes emerge at bud scale scars, which set some small light
green flowers, 6-8mm across, with 1-3cm long peduncles (pedicels);
petals are 4, with serrations, plus stamens four and pistils 1. The
upper parts of the sepals are cleft in 4. Bloom time: May- June.