The Burning Bush
This bush is green 90% of its life during a season. When fall arrives its leaves turn red, hence the name Burning Bush.
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Posted on September 29, 2014, in Photography and tagged Blog, Burning Bush, Dreams, Family, Flowers, fun, garden, Macro, nature, new jersey, nj, Photo, photo challenge, photography, photos, Pics, Pictures, reflections, sony, Sony @65, South Jersey, uplifting, Water. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
I love Burning Bush. We had a couple in the Midwest but when I moved to NH and became a Master Gardener I found that it is on the invasive species list here in the state. So, I admire those that have survived and have been around a while before invasive species lists started.
I do not understand how a plant can be on an invasive list. I think you should be able to have almost an plant that you want in your garden.
I would love to have in my yard – miss the fall colors terribly!
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When I owned my home we had all sorts of folwers and plants. That is the main thing that I miss now that I live in an apartment.