Yes, strawberry bush (Euonymus americanus) does have flowers. Specifically, the bush's inconspicuous flowers appear in spring. They are typically about 1/3 inch (0.8 centimeters) across. They have five green yellow petals. They will be followed by the plant's 1 inch (2.5 centimeter), strawberry-looking, warty fruits whose ripening splits the capsules and showcases 4-5 orange red seeds.
Flowers grow in the spring because there is simply a lot of sunshine. Its not so hot that it will dry out like in the summer and its not so cold that it wont grow like in the winter. In spring there is rain and sunshine. It is also the time where the flowers are all ready to bloom. This is one of the many reasons why flowers grow in the spring.
Peach trees have sweet smelling blossoms and produce rich fruit what is the main purpose of the flowers of a peach tree?
They never need to be pruned. Now if you wish to remove the dead blooms that is fine. You do this with small shears or garden sissors just below the bloom. Now if you feel that the bush is just to big for you, you will need to wait until after the spring. They produce their blooms for the next year in the fall so if you trim them then, you will loose your next…