Burning Bushes

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  1. Compacta Burning Bush Zones: 4-8
    As low as $44.99

  2. Chicago Fire® Burning Bush Zones: 4-8
    As low as $49.49

  3. Pipsqueak® Burning Bush Zones: 4-9
    As low as $79.95
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Simply Stunning Fall Color Burning Bushes

Light up your neighborhood with intensely clear red fall color from one of the most-loved shrubs available from the Green Industry. Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) is one of the most popular deciduous landscape shrubs grown in the United States.

Yes, Burning Bush turns that true "Fire Engine" red you've seen and coveted for yourself! Order our expertly-grown shrubs to dazzle all who see it in it's full, fiery glory.

Pointed, finely serrated leaves cover the densely branched shrub from top to bottom for a lush display. Watch in late summer for the first licks of red to start to appear!

You'll be thrilled by the bold red color of your Burning Bush to decorate the end of the growing season. Welcome Football Season with their brilliant hue.

Burning Bushes are an easy plant to grow. Whether you are just getting started, or have been gardening for years...don't miss out on our yearly inventory of these special shrubs.

Place your order anytime of year. We'll ship your Burning Bush directly to you when the time is right for planting in your area.

Using Ornamental Burning Bush Varieties in Your Landscape

Chicago Fire Burning Bush is a large-scale Burning Bush variety that develops a marvelously symmetrical shape. Use one as a glamorous specimen; or run a series of them along your fence line for an incredible hedge.

Add petite Little Moses Burning Bush to the front of your mixed shrub border. Use them as a low hedge to line your front walkway...and turn heads for very little effort.

Burning Bush displays dark green foliage in the spring and summer. Burning Bush is popular for mass plantings, borders, hedges, and as an accent plant.

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Use Compacta Burning Bush to jazz up a cute corner planting. Why not include Dwarf Forsythia for early spring blooms; and your favorite extended bloom perennials for color in the summertime?

Smaller Pipsqueak Burning Bush fits perfectly on modern lots. Use several to create outdoor rooms with their help...and you'll get privacy screening, too!

Grow the smaller cultivars in outdoor containers on a balcony or patio for many years. Keep them on wheeled plant caddies and shift them into a prominent position for a "five alarm" fall display.

Burning Bushes Showcase a Svelte Shape

In addition to their compelling fall color display, Burning Bush presents very well all season-long. A nicely rounded shape creates a lovely profile to enjoy...with very little pruning required!

The youngest branches grow up and then out in an arching growth habit. Burning Bushes are pert plants that remain rounded over time.

Young shrubs display the famous corky "winged" Burning Bush bark. These prominent longitudinal ridges are a feature that brings welcome winter interest!

NatureHills.com Solves Problems: Is Burning Bush an Invasive Species?

It depends where you live! Tiny Burning Bush flowers develop into small berries that can be spread by birds, especially in warmer climates.

Please type your zip code into our Zone Finder above the Plant Highlights. You'll see a notice from our shipping system if there are regulations on Burning Bush in your area.

Did you know that NatureHills.com is the leader in environmentally-safe online plant sales and shipping? We were the first online nursery to adopt Plant Sentry ™ to help us abide by all Federal and State regulations and keep local communities safe!

It's easy enough to snip off the flowers, too! This solution eliminates the berries altogether.

Need an alternative? Native Forest Rouge Viburnum or Viking Black Chokeberry aren't quite as bright a red...but they are lovely in autumn nonetheless.

Plant scientists and Universities are also hard at work developing near-seedless Burning Bushes. No one wants to give up on these terrific plants...turn to NatureHills.com for upcoming sterile cultivars!

Planting and Care Tips for Burning Bush

Like Lilacs, Burning Bushes are easy to grow in full sun. They prefer moist, well drained soil, but they are very adaptable to most soils and soil conditions across a wide range of the United States.

Plant in full sunlight for the brightest red fall color. Shade will mute the fall colors...which is almost a crime, isn't it?

Track your package right to your doorstep. Open your box right away and give your new plants a nice, long drink of water.

Dig your hole twice as wide as the root ball, but only as deep. They won't like waterlogged soil...so please don't plant Burning Bush too deeply.

Add Nature Hills Root Booster in the planting hole for life-long support. Then, press the backfill soil around your plant and water well to eliminate air pockets at the root zone.

Established Burning Bush does show drought tolerance, but we do recommend that you provide a consistent schedule of water for the very best results. Mulch these important landscape assets to keep the ground nice and cool; but pull it back away from touching the stems.

Read the Right Way to Water Your Plants >>

Consider growing your Burning Bush as a natural hedge, as the lovely form looks formal. Shearing a Burning Bush will also mute the fall color, but it will not harm the shrub.

Give them plenty of room to achieve the Mature Height and Mature Spread on the Plant Highlights. Like other arching shrubs like Spirea or Ninebark, Burning Bushes look best when they are allowed to fully develop.

Burning Bush usually does not require much pruning. Rejuvenate your shrubs every few years by cutting out the older branches at ground level immediately after it finishes blooming.

For older shrubs, consider cutting them back to the ground every few decades. They'll send out new shoots the following year and delight you once again!

Enhance the look of your autumn landscape with Burning Bushes from NatureHills.com. You'll be thrilled with their brilliant red fall color, performance and stylish appearance.