Known for its bright red flowers and extreme heat tolerance, firebush is a popular blooming perennial. But as with many plants that thrive on heat, the question of cold quickly arises. Learn more about firebush cold tolerance and firebush winter care here.
Known for its dazzlingly red flowers and ability to sustain high temperatures, firebush is also known for being able to take a serious pruning. These qualities combine to make it a great choice for a natural hedge. Learn more about growing firebush hedge plants here.
Firebush is the name given to a series of plants that bloom profusely with bright red, tubular flowers. But what exactly constitutes a firebush, and how many varieties are there? Learn about different firebush cultivars and species in this article.
Firebush earns its name two ways - one for its blazing red foliage and flowers, and one for its ability to thrive in extreme summer heat. The versatile plant has several uses, both in and beyond the garden. Learn more about using firebush shrubs in this article.
A lover of hot weather, firebush is native to the tropical regions. In cooler, non-tropical locations, firebush can be grown as an annual or container plant. Click here to learn some care tips for potted firebush plants and see if this plant is for you.
If you are wondering about growing beautiful and easy-care firebush, then click this article for information on firebush seed propagation. We’ll offer tips on growing firebush from seeds including when and how to plant firebush seeds.
Firebush is generally easy to grow if you live in the warm climates of USDA plant hardiness zone 9 through 11, but even this hardy shrub is sometimes beset by problems, including firebush leaf drop. Explore what may be to blame in this article.
Firebush is practically bullet-proof once established and tends to be relatively drought tolerant, but it does regular irrigation, especially during the early years. Click on the following article and we’ll discuss firebush water requirements.
Cutting back a firebush needs to be done at the right time in order to preserve the next year's flowers. Learn when to trim a firebush so you can keep it tidy and still enjoy a lushly blooming plant. This article will help get you started.
Firebush is a fast-growing shrub that reaches heights of 3 to 5 feet (1 to 1.5 m.) fairly quickly and moving a firebush can be tricky. Click on the following article for tips and advice on transplanting a firebush without damaging the roots.
If you live in USDA plant hardiness zone 9 through 11, firebush will be an attractive addition to your landscape, and rooting cuttings from a firebush isn’t difficult. Learn how to propagate firebush from cuttings in this article.
Firebush is easy to grow, requires very little maintenance, and tends to be relatively drought-tolerance once established. How much fertilizer does a firebush need? The answer is very little. Click here to learn three options for feeding firebush.
Firebush is a great flowering and colorful shrub for hot-climate gardens. It provides months of color and attracts pollinators. Firebush propagation, if you already have firebush in your garden, can be done by seed or cuttings. Learn more in this article.
The name firebush doesn?t just describe this plant?s gorgeous, flame-colored flowers; it also describes how well the large shrub tolerates intense heat and sun. Growing a firebush is easy if you know what conditions it needs to thrive. This article can help with that.
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