This Compact Burning Bush is Very Cold HardyWhen you need a shot of red foliage in your garden in the fall, burning bush is your go-to plant. The Burning Bush Fire Ball (Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’) starts off brilliant green in the spring. In will blend well with your other foundation or shrub border plantings all summer, too. But come fall, watch out! This shrub turns an eye-catching rust-red and becomes the stand-out star of the garden.A Proven Winners selection, this is an improved form of compact burning bush with tighter branches and better stem hardiness. This means that Fire Ball resists stem die back even in the harshest winters, unlike most other Euonymus.Fire Ball is a more compact version of the typical burning bush, too. Instead of the 10’ height of most euonymus, Fire Ball only reaches 7’ tall – less if you prune it well. This helps Fire Ball fit into most any garden.Plant this Burning Bush amidst spring and summer flowering shrubs for a jolt of color just as the flowers of the others are fading. You – and your neighbors – will be happy you did!* Proven Winner Selection* Stunning Red Fall Color* Insect & Disease Resistant.
Large, Ornamental Bush with Fiery ColorChicago Fire is a variety of Burning Bush that is valued for its brilliant color. Use a few for a screen or hedge, or just one as an eye-catching accent plant.Your Chicago Fire Burning Bush will provide color to your yard that is so brilliant it’s sure to catch your eye from almost anywhere in your yard. Resplendent in vibrant green with mahogany tones in the summer, and displaying brilliant fiery foliage in the fall, Chicago Fire really knows how to put on a show.Even during the winter months your Chicago fire provides interest, its corky stems a stand-out amid other plantings. As an added bonus, red fruits appear in the fall and persist, opening to expose small, orange seeds that are quite ornamental in appearance. Chicago Fire is an adaptable, hardy shrub and grows to 10 feet tall with an 8 foot spread. It tolerates a wide range of soils (with the exception of wet, poorly-drained soil). City or urban environments are no problem either, and it performs well in various levels of sun or shade. Chicago Fire is a fast-growing shrub, so you won’t have to wait long for results. It maintains a natural, pleasing shape but can also withstand heavy pruning.Your Chicago Fire is certainly a Burning Bush with a lot to offer. With little or no attention from you, the addition of a Chicago Fire to your landscape ensures year-round interest and a fiery splash of color sure to dazzle your friends and neighbors.* Bright color* Hardy and adaptable.
Rudy Haag Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus ‘Rudy Haag’, is a consistent pink-red fall color. Its excellent habit and form will make this a popular selection. The fall color can be spectacular! The small, yellowish green flowers that appear in May are not showy much like the small fruits that appear in the fall. This very compact, slow growing shrub performs best in full sun. This is grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Rudy Haag is an adaptable shrub which tolerates a wide range of soils and full shade, but will not tolerate wet, poorly-drained soil. Since it has a strong, branching growth habit it can withstand heavy pruning. This versatile, dwarf shrub, with brilliant fall color, can be used as a hedge, screen, foundation or border plant. It has no disease or insect problems..
Grove Dwarf Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus ‘Grove Compactus’, is a compact Burning Bush that is versatile enough to use as a hedge, screen, en masse, or in borders; and pretty enough for a specimen plant. It is tolerant of shade, but should be planted in full sun for the best fall color. It is desired for the intense scarlet red fall coloring. This shrub has an interesting compact, mounded form that displays attractive rich green leaves from spring through summer. This deciduous plant loves full sun and is a moderate grower to 5 to 6 feet tall and 6-8 feet wide..
The Bursting Heart Burning bush, Euonymus americana ‘Bursting Heart’, is a unique shrub. In the spring and summer this shrub quietly takes the back seat to other seasonal color. However, in early fall, it draws curious looks with its unique display of fruit. Bumpy, raspberry-red pods hang on the ends of stems and split open to reveal small, smooth, red seeds. If you’ll plant this shrub with some room to grow, it will delight you with its fullness and profusion of fall “hearts.” The lower limbs can be removed up to 2′ or so and ground covers (foam flower, green and gold, ginger, etc.) planted to carpet the ground beneath. Grows 4-6′. Native..
Stunning Red Fall ColorThe Euonymus Tures Burning Bush is a nice uniform shaped selection of Euonymus with stunning red fall color.The Tures variety of Burning Bush is a large growing shrub with a very rounded shape. It is an excellent choice for hedges, screens, mass planting or as a focal point in a garden bed or natural area for a splash of eye-catching color.Your Tures Burning Bush will begin to redden in August, achieving its full fiery splendor in September. It will hold its leaves until well into the fall and during this time you will notice the very attractive red fruit that the birds will appreciate as the weather turns cold.Although the Tures Burning Bush resembles the Compacta it has larger “corky” wings on its stems giving it a much more dramatic appearance in the winter. The Tures also provides a more brilliant scarlet, almost fluorescent fall color.The Tures Burning Bush is an adaptable shrub that can thrive in a variety of soils as well as full shade. It is a wonderful addition to any landscape for its symmetrical shape, unique bark and incredible fall color.* Brilliant red fall color* Red winter fruit* Great as a hedge .
Burning Bush with Exceptional Fall ColorThe Winged Burning Bush is an ornamental plant with exceptional fall color. One would look great as a border or foundation planting in your yard, or even as an informal hedge. Imagine an ornamental shrub in your yard that is extremely hardy, won’t require any special care and readily adapts to almost any size and shape that you prefer. Not only does the Burning Bush fit this description, but it will also provide you with magnificent fall color. The Burning Bush tends to grow wider than it is tall. It’s often less than 10 ft in height and can be easily pruned to a much small size. The 3 inch medium green foliage maintains its healthy intensity throughout the hot summer months. As its name implies, your Burning Bush will present itself in the fall as a blazing crimson flame amid the declining foliage of your gardens. Tiny red fruit will also appear to provide your feathered friends with a much-needed autumn snack.As winter progresses, the cork-like ridges along your Burning Bush’ branches will be exposed, revealing the reason behind the “winged” portion of your extraordinary shrub’s name. *Exceptional Red Fall Color*Red Fruit in Winter.
Enjoy “Look At Me!” Fall ColorOne of the most highly sought after colors for fall foliage is flaming, fire-engine red. You will find it on some trees and a few berries, but it’s not that easy to find on a shrub. The Compacta Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’) is a shrub that proudly wears its scarlet color and lives up to its ‘burning bush’ moniker. It nearly glows in the garden.The part of its name it doesn’t live up to is the ‘compacta’. This shrub can grow to be a whopping 8 feet tall! It takes well to shearing, though, and can be kept at a more petite size.A popular and versatile shrub, the Burning Bush is wonderful as a hedge or screen but can hold its own as an ornamental or foundation plant.Spring to summer your Burning Bush will have rich, green leaves up to 3 inches long. In the spring small, yellow green flowers appear adding interest to this extremely popular shrub. It drops its leaves in the winter, but has an interesting branch structure that stands out in the winter months.Once it is established in your garden, it is remarkably drought tolerant. It adapts well to a variety of soils and climates. It thrives in most areas of the United States with little care.Even though the Burning Bush ‘Compacta’ will grow happily in a semi-shady area, it needs whole days of full sun to develop those amazing red leaves in the fall, so choose your site carefully. Make sure it’s someplace where you and your neighbors can enjoy its dramatic display.* Brilliant Red Fall Color* Insect and Disease Resistant* Low Maintenance.