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Burning Bush

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Burning Bush, Euonymus Alatus 

Burning Bush is a deciduous shrub that reaches around 8 feet tall at full maturity. These beauties are most known for their bright red foliage in Fall. Great for hedges too. This plant is 1-2 feet at the time of shipment.

 The burning bush is one of the most beautiful, easy-to-care-for shrubs one could choose for his or her garden. While this shrub gets its name from its most striking feature, its leaves which turn from bright green in the spring to a thick, fiery red in the fall, the dainty yellow flowers that bloom on the bush in late spring are beautiful in their right. The burning bush grows to around 15 feet tall, but there are multiple varieties to choose from if different heights are desired. This plant is unique among shrubs in that it can be suited to various growing environments, from traditional beds to individual containers. This versatility allows a gardener to use this shrub to achieve any number of looks for his or her outdoor space. The USDA recommends that the burning bush is planted in zones four through eight in full sun to partial sun conditions.

The Burning Bush is very hardy and tolerates most soil conditions, but it prefers moist soil, mainly when planted in areas that receive direct sunlight.

Adding to its low-maintenance appeal is the fact that this shrub does not require much pruning, making it an ideal plant for both beginners and advanced gardeners alike. These shrubs have often been used as hedges. This is a easy, simple task and usually only requires pruning/trimming once per year. This is best done in Winter or in early Spring right before the bush begins to put on its new leaves for the year.

 Burning Bush Hardiness Zones 4-8

 

 

 

 

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    Burning Bush, Euonymus Alatus 

    Burning Bush is a deciduous shrub that reaches around 8 feet tall at full maturity. These beauties are most known for their bright red foliage in Fall. Great for hedges too. This plant is 1-2 feet at the time of shipment.

     The burning bush is one of the most beautiful, easy-to-care-for shrubs one could choose for his or her garden. While this shrub gets its name from its most striking feature, its leaves which turn from bright green in the spring to a thick, fiery red in the fall, the dainty yellow flowers that bloom on the bush in late spring are beautiful in their right. The burning bush grows to around 15 feet tall, but there are multiple varieties to choose from if different heights are desired. This plant is unique among shrubs in that it can be suited to various growing environments, from traditional beds to individual containers. This versatility allows a gardener to use this shrub to achieve any number of looks for his or her outdoor space. The USDA recommends that the burning bush is planted in zones four through eight in full sun to partial sun conditions.

    The Burning Bush is very hardy and tolerates most soil conditions, but it prefers moist soil, mainly when planted in areas that receive direct sunlight.

    Adding to its low-maintenance appeal is the fact that this shrub does not require much pruning, making it an ideal plant for both beginners and advanced gardeners alike. These shrubs have often been used as hedges. This is a easy, simple task and usually only requires pruning/trimming once per year. This is best done in Winter or in early Spring right before the bush begins to put on its new leaves for the year.

     Burning Bush Hardiness Zones 4-8

     

     

     

     

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