Winged Euonymus or Burning Bush
The name "Burning Bush" comes from the bright red fall color. This plant is native to central and northern China, Japan, and Korea.
To remove, you are able to use many options of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). Ecolandscaping encourages people to "monitor or visually inspect your property for winged euonymus. Do this at least every June and September." Prevention is able to control amount of the reproduction of this plant. It is encouraged that you educate your names to avoid buying this plant because there are no "insects, mites, or commercially available disease organisms yet found to be effective biological control agents."
Although it is a popular landscape shrub, it has escaped into many natural areas. The plant can significantly raise the pH of the soil and have tremendous effects on the soil's nitrogen level. They also have a high seed production and good seed survival rate. Deer do not eat Barberry and it has been replacing many native species. In addition, the Japanese Barberry provides a wonderful habitat for ticks through all life stages. To remove, you can hand-pull the Japanese barberry before it produces berries in July.