Burning bush, also known as winged euonymus, is appreciated for its easy growth habit and spectacular color. In fact, burning bush shrubs are so adaptable that they thrive even in poor soil and semi-shade. The only real drawback is that some types of burning bush plants can be aggressive in certain climate zones. Read on for more information about growing burning bush shrubs.
The common name, burning bush, suggests that the plant?s leaves will blaze a fiery red, and that?s exactly what they are supposed to do. If your burning bush does not turn red, it?s a great disappointment. Why won?t burning bush turn red? This article will help.
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.
Burning bush shrubs seem to be able to stand up to almost anything. That?s why gardeners are surprised when they find burning bush leaves turning brown. Find out why these sturdy shrubs brown and what to do about it in this article.
One of the problems you may have with beautiful burning bush shrubs is insect pests. This article tells you what to do when you see insects on burning bush leaves. Click here for additional information that will help.
Burning bush is a tough but attractive landscape plant, popular in mass and hedge plantings. If you need several plants for your landscape design, why not try propagating your own. This article explains how to propagate a burning bush.
Gardeners who want a burst of crimson color in fall should learn how to grow a burning bush. This bush has a natural form that shows well in borders, beds and even containers. Read this article to learn more.
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 a??overgrowinga?? its space. Get tips on pruning these shrubs in this article.