Burning Bush
Burning Bush
Burning Bush
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Burning Bush

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The Euonymus Alatus - Burning Bush, is a deciduous shrub native to the Asian continent. This shrub is recognized for its vivid flame red foliage, making it an excellent specimen for any landscape, more noticeably in autumn. During the summer months, the foliage is a soft, cooling blue-green shade prior to the withdrawal of their green pigment to reveal its burning crimson red shade underneath. Has arching stems decorated with clusters of finely pointed appealingly drooping leaves.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Drought tolerant once established.

Additional features: Drought Tolerant, Fall Color, Attracts Pollinators, and Attracts Wildlife

This Burning Bush comes in a 1 Gallon Pot

Size: Mature size can reach up to 4'-8' x 4'-8'.

Light: Full to partial sun. (4-6 hours a day.)

Hardiness Zone: 4 - 8 View Map

Characteristics: Though occasional pruning is needed, is virtually carefree and little to no maintenance, excellent for beginners. Can be grown and pruned into a small tree with its natural open form. Allow 9' - 15' when planted.

Growth Rate: Moderate

Soil, Water, Fertilize: Grows well in any soils, best in acidic, moist, well-draining soil with pH 6.0-7.5. It is drought-tolerant. Susceptible to fungal problems and scale. Prune in late winter to promote growth and shape the tree. Fertilize in early spring and mid-summer.

*We cannot send plants to Alaska or Hawaii.

*Plants ship dormant in winter months.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants and not what you will receive.

Allow 5'-7'ft when planting if creating a hedge.

Monitor growth as it's known for being fast growing and invasive nature.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 4 - 8

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Burning Bush

When young, this shrub appears to have a ridged appearance due to its drooping leaves, giving the nickname: "Winged Euonymous", tiny, inconspicuous flowers emerge in late spring to early summer, later becoming small, red-orange colored drupes enjoyed by birds and wildlife.


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