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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Burning Bush, Dwarf Burning Bush)

Dwarf burning bush is a somewhat compact deciduous shrub that originates from China, Japan and Korea. This popular landscape plant has a spreading habit, compound leaves of dark green and prominent corky 'wings' along its stems. But, it is best known for its fall foliage of glowing vibrant red, thus the name burning bush.

Late in the season it becomes covered with four-lobed capsules that split open to reveal orange-red seeds. These are relished by birds and disseminated everywhere. These seeds...

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James Burghardt

(Burning Bush, Rudy Haag Burning Bush)

Burning bush is a large deciduous shrub that originates from China, Japan and Korea. This popular landscape shrub has a large spreading habit, compound leaves of dark green and prominent corky 'wings' along its stems. But, it is best known for its fall foliage of glowing vibrant red, thus the name burning bush.

Late in the season this shrub becomes covered with four-lobed capsules that split open to reveal orange-red seeds, which are relished by birds and disseminated everywhere. These seeds...

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James Burghardt

(Burning Bush, Fire Ball® Burning Bush)

Burning bush is a large deciduous shrub that originates from China, Japan and Korea. This popular landscape shrub has a large spreading habit, compound leaves of dark green and prominent corky 'wings' along its stems. But, it is best known for its fall foliage of glowing vibrant red, thus the name burning bush.

Late in the season this shrub becomes covered with four-lobed capsules that split open to reveal orange-red seeds, which are relished by birds and disseminated everywhere. These seeds...

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James H. Schutte

(American Euonymus, Bursting Heart, Strawberry Bush)

Shade tolerance, adaptability, and an abundant fall crop of showy red fruits are among the valuable attributes of this underused deciduous shrub native to the eastern United States. Resembling warty red strawberries, the ripe fruits split open to reveal orange-red seeds. The red "husks" remain long after the seeds have fallen. Inconspicuous yellow-white flowers precede the fruits in early summer. A relatively sparsely branched, waist-high shrub bears oval, mid-green leaves that turn yellow to red-burgundy...

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James H. Schutte

(Ananbeam, Cat Tree, European Euonymus, Spindle Tree)

The rounded form of spindletree is lacklustre until autumn when its pink to red fruits split open to show the orange-covered white seeds and its glossy foliage changes to tones of yellow or red. A large shrub to small tree that is deciduous, spindle is native to much of Europe and also western Asia. With its broad adaptability to any well-draining soil and copious production of seeds, it is invasive in many temperate regions of the world, including the United States.

The glossy dark green leaves...

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Jesse Saylor

(Aldenhamensis European Euonymus, Ananbeam, Cat Tree, Spindle Tree)

The more upright, rounded form of Aldenham spindletree is lacklustre until autumn when its hot pink fruits split open to show the orange-covered white seeds and its glossy foliage changes to red. A large shrub to small tree that is deciduous, it is native to much of Europe and also western Asia. With its broad adaptability to any well-draining soil and copious production of seeds, it is invasive in many temperate regions of the world, including the United States.

The glossy dark green leaves...

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Jesse Saylor

(Ananbeam, Atrorubens European Euonymus, Cat Tree, Spindle Tree)

The rounded form of Atrorubens spindletree has green turning to purple foliage in summer followed by autumn interest when its dark rosy pink fruits split open to show the orange-covered white seeds and its glossy foliage changes to red. A large shrub to small tree that is deciduous, it is native to much of Europe and also western Asia. With its broad adaptability to any well-draining soil and copious production of seeds, it is invasive in many temperate regions of the world, including the United...

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Jesse Saylor

(Ananbeam, Cat Tree, Red Cap European Euonymus, Spindle Tree)

Abundantly producing its showy magenta-pink fruits that split open to show the orange-covered white seeds, Red Cap spindletree has glossy foliage that blushes red in autumn. A large shrub to small tree that is deciduous, it is native to much of Europe and also western Asia. With its broad adaptability to any well-draining soil and copious production of seeds, it is invasive in many temperate regions of the world, including the United States.

The glossy dark green leaves are oval and have small...

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Jesse Saylor

(Variegated Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The trailing stems of the cultivar 'Albo-marginata' bear oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are bordered and sometimes blotched with creamy-white markings. Stems can also climb via rootlike holdfasts. Like most trailing forms of wintercreeper, this cultivar doesn't flower or fruit.

This shade-loving ornamental does well in most conditions except for damp soils....

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James H. Schutte

(Emerald 'n Gold Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

The pretty wintercreeper 'Emerald 'N Gold' is a broadleaf evergreen with a shrubby spreading habit. It originates from China and is grown for its attractive, dense, glossy green leaves. Throughout the growing season these are dark green with golden edges but develop rosy pink hues in late autumn through winter.

This shade-loving ornamental is tolerant of a wide range of soils and soil conditions. In colder climates it may suffer from winter burn if exposed to too much light and wind. It is a...