COMMON SPINDLE (Euonymus europaeus L.)
A shrubby plant called Common Spindle grows on the banks of the River Ljuta.
The thin and airy crown of this deciduous shrub grows up to 6 meters. It is widespread throughout Europe and Western Asia. It blooms in spring with greenish-white flowers, while in September and October it gets covered with reddish-pink, chunky fruit. They may appear like an ideal choice for a decorative bouquet, but the whole plant is poisonous, especially the fruit.