I find many lovely wild plants along my driveway.
This one is especially interesting in the fall.
During most of the year it is a nondescript, wiry, open shrub.
Its only distinctive feature while not in bloom is that its stems look like green wire.
It turns into a marvel in the September when its seed pods ripen.
They burst open to expose the orange-red seeds inside.
It is also called American strawberry bush, but do not eat the seeds they are poisonous.
Its scientific name is Euonymus americanus.