Autumn colour: Euonymus 'alatus'. The dark leaves of this shrub turn bright shades of scarlet and crimson during the autumn months. These leaves are most vivid in full sun, but grow reasonably well in shade. Photo by Sarah Cuttle. Find out more about this plant on the Gardner's World website http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/euonymus-alatus/3076.html

Euonymus alatus 'Compactus'

Euonymus alatus Celastraceae, E and W Asia alate winged stem

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Euonymus alatus is a lovely deciduous dense and bushy shrub that will grow up to in 5 years. Its a spectacular sight in autumn when its foliage turns cerise pink to fiery red (hence the name Burning Bush).

Burning Bush perfect for homeowners looking for a scintillating burst of bright crimson in their garden - Euonymus alatus a perfect choice! [LEARN MORE]

Burning Bush: [HOW TO] Grow And Care For Euonymus Alatus

Burning Bush perfect for homeowners looking for a scintillating burst of bright crimson in their garden - Euonymus alatus a perfect choice! [LEARN MORE]

Burning Bush Euonymus shrubs are known for their red fall foliage, feeds the birds in the winter. Buy Burning Bush Euonymus online at Garden Goods Direct.

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Euonymus alatus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Euonymus alatus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burning Bush perfect for homeowners looking for a scintillating burst of bright crimson in their garden - Euonymus alatus a perfect choice! [LEARN MORE]

Burning Bush: [HOW TO] Grow And Care For Euonymus Alatus

Euonymus alatus 'Compactus' - Winged Euonymus [For the front garden--"Burning Bush" Fall]

Dwarf-winged Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus 'Compactus'). Zones 4-8; Full sun to part shade. “A deciduous shrub which typically grows in a mound to 10' tall w/a slightly larger spread, though it can be kept shorter by pruning. Features elliptic dark green leaves (to 3" long) which turn bright red in fall (sometimes more pinkish in shade). Small, yellowish-green flowers appear in May but are not showy. Small fruits (1/3" red capsules) appear in fall, but are usually hidden by the foliage.”

“Rudy Haag” dwarf burning bush can stand in for the invasive burning bush – you will still get colorful foliage in fall, but it is unlikely to muscle out or harm native plants.

Dwarf Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus 'Compactus') (All Things Plants)

Plant database entry for Dwarf Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus 'Compactus') with 27 images, 2 comments, and 19 data details.

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