I have a burning bush that does not get vibrant color in the fall. I trim it yearly, in the spring. Is there some kind of fertilizer I can use to improve the color?
Burning Bush Shrub
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Thank you for sending us your gardening question. Burning bush will develop its full color only when planted in full sun, defined as 6+ hours. When planted in partial sun (either part east, or part west sun) the bush may show some, to no fall color - that spectacular red-orange that we all love. If location is the problem for your bush receiving sufficient sunlight, you may consider relocating it.
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