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Trying to identify a bush

Posted by jmprice1972 none (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 26, 14 at 10:31

I have used online plant identifiers, but I can't seem to nail down this plant. Can anyone help me identify it please? These plants are used to border the parking lot where I work, and would be perfect at my house along my privacy fence. The shrub hedges are about five feet tall.

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It looks like a burning bush, Euonymus alatus. Is it a pinkish red in the fall?

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I'm not sure, but I believe it is pinkish in the fall. Let me look it up- thanks!

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That is it- saw the bright red and remembered that is exactly what it looks like in the fall- thank you so much!

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