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Can Burning Bushes be considered invasive?

I have always love the burning bush and am thinking about getting one, but I live in an area located slightly within a national forest. I need to know if it would need to be confined or is it safe to plant anywhere?


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 06/29/2019 @ 10:06 am

The old fashioned Burning Bush, botanical name Euonymus Alatus. Commonly known as “Winged Burning Bush” can become invasive.

Most varieties sold in greenhouses are the botanical name Euonymus Alatus Compacta. Commonly called Dwarf Compact Burning Bush.

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