The Burning Bush is a shrub with such a vibrant color in the fall that it was named thusly because it literally looks like a bush on fire. In the summer, the leaves are a deep, dark green that turn to a scarlet-orange color in the autumn. With small bright red-orange berries, combined with the fiery scarlet foliage, it does indeed display the hues and tones of a burning bush. Birds love these berries! The burning bush is native to eastern Asia in places such as Korea, China and Japan. It is a favorite ornamental amongst landscapers and gardeners due to its brilliant colors.

There are numerous varieties of Euonymus but the best for autumn color is the burning bush. These basically fall into two categories are the Euonymus alata (nicknamed…



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