Aptly named for its vivid fall color, the Burning Bush shrub undergoes one of the most dramatic transformations seen in any landscape as autumn sets in. The foliage starts off a light green in spring, which begins to turn red in summer, and finally becomes a brilliant shade of scarlet that remains for the duration of autumn. This dwarfing shrub is both clean and low maintenance, attaining a low symmetrically globe-shaped form with no pruning required. The Dwarf Burning Bush reaches an equal height and width of 4 ft. to 6 ft. and lives most comfortably in USDA Cold Hardiness Zones 3-9, allowing this beautiful shrub to grow almost anywhere in the United States.
Brightest scarlet-red foliage of any shrub
No pruning required to attain symmetrical form
Thrives almost anywhere in the United States
Very low maintenance