The Dwarf Burning Bush is one of the most colorful shrubs out there. A brilliant, fire-red illuminates off the shrub, catching everyone’s eye. The best part about this shrub is the colorful display that will last for months! Not only does the shrub have great fall color but in the spring and summer it is covered in a beautiful shade of green. While the color adds great appeal to the Burning Bush, there are many other attractive qualities. This no maintenance, no headache shrub is easy to…
Burning Bush Relocation: How To Move A Burning Bush - Because they’re so striking, it’s hard to give up on a burning bush if it can’t stay in the spot currently planted. Luckily, burning bush relocation is reasonably easy and has a pretty high success rate. Get information on transplanting these shrubs in this article.
The burning bush (Euonymus alatus) needs regular pruning to control its growth. The bush, which is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 8, can grow 15 to 20 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide. Knowing when and how to prune your burning bush improves the growth, health and appearance of the bush.
Euonymus Dwarf Winged 'Burning Bush - Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Adaptable shrub which tolerates a wide range of soils except for wet, poorly-drained ones. Also tolerates considerable shade. Strong, branching growth habit enables plant to tolerates heavy pruning. But healthy growth does NOT depend on regular pruning, so in most cases, your shrubs will look best if left alone.
Burning Bush Pruning: How And When To Prune Burning Bushes
Burning bush is a dramatic addition to any garden or landscape. While it is a popular shrub, burning bush is also a shrub that is prone to “overgrowing” its space. Get tips on pruning these shrubs in this article.