- Minimum Purchase:
- 25 units
- This plant cannot be shipped to:
- MA, MD, NH, NY, VT, WI
- Climate zone: 5-7, Mature height: 3-9 ft, Sunlight: prefers full sun to partial shade, Blooming season: June-July, Soil conditions: prefers moist, well-drained soil, Botanical name: Euonymous Alatus, Ship as: Bareroot
Burning Bush shrub is best known for their fiery red color.
Burning Bush Shrubs - The Ideal Hedge
To enhance the vivid color of Burning Bush Shrubs, plant rows of them under windows, at fence lines or as natural fences at the edge of property lines. Since these plants can be trimmed, they can also be shaped into elegant designs. Certain varieties of Burning Bush Shrubs have been cultivated to provide lush green foliage in the summer, fiery red leaves in autumn and red berries in winter. Some types of Burning Bush plants have small, prickly thorns. The thorns make great protection from burglaries when planted under windows. These plants require very little care. However, as with most hedge plants, don't over-water or the roots of these plants begin to soften and rot. In arid areas, keep the soil moist to the touch for best results. More Ideas to Set a Landscape "Aflame"
Burning Bush plants can also be planted between evergreen trees.
Wherever a little color is needed to break up the monotony of healthy green foliage, rely on Burning Bush Shrubs to add just the right touch. Allow them to grow into their natural shape, and they soon sprout into mounds of bright red that creates excellent curb appeal. Plant them as border hedges with taller plants or use them to accent bare corners of the landscape. Turn a bleak winter landscape into brilliant scarlet. When the snowflakes fall, the landscape looks amazing. To add interest to Burning Bush Shrubbery, curve the hedge about five feet from the end of the last plant on either end. This creates an enclosure that will keep out unwanted pests like squirrels from access to the property. A Burning Bush hedge is also an excellent way to keep family pets inside the property lines due to the density of the hedge.
Burning Bush Shrub