Burning bush (Euonymus alatus) – 1 Gallon pot

$15.00

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Sold individually / Min. 10 inch height / $15.00 per plant / Individual pot size 7” x 6”


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Description

Common Name Burning bush, winged spindle tree
Botanical Name Euonymus alatus
Family Celastraceae
Plant Type Shrub
Mature Size 3-20 ft. tall, 3-12 ft. wide
Sun Exposure Full, partial
Soil Type Moist but well-drained
Soil pH Acidic, neutral, alkaline
Bloom Time Spring
Flower Color Yellow
Hardiness Zones 4-8 (USDA)
Native Area Asia

This is a dense, multi-stemmed, rounded shrub gets its common name from the transformation of its medium-green elliptical leaves into brilliant red fall foliage; the red-orange berries that arrive in the fall provide additional decorative value. Tiny yellow-green flowers bloom on the plant in the late spring, though they aren’t very showy. This native of eastern Asia has become widely naturalized in North America.

Best planted in the fall or spring from a container-grown nursery plant, burning bush grows at a moderate pace, adding about a foot of growth per year. If properly maintained, it will survive for decades.

Not recommended to plant around pets or domestic animals who may eat on this bush.

This bush is very tough and provides beautiful Fall color

 

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