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Details- Lush green foliage during the summer turns to fiery.

Peking cotoneaster (Cotoneaster acutifolius) grows sprawling branches covered with dark-green leaves that turn red in the fall. This 8- to foot-tall bush produces tiny white and pink flowers. The Burning Bush's lush foliage is a rich shade of green in spring through summer. In late summer the real show begins as this hardy shrub takes on its characteristic fiery red leaves.

This eye-catching color lasts until the leaves drop in late fall or early winter. The habit of the young Burning Bush is upright and vase-shaped.5/5(32). Red WallParthenosisus (Virginia creeper) is another native plant with great fall color. The foliage is deep green through spring and summer, then turns fire-engine red in the fall.

It does produce blue berries in fall, but it's the red foliage color that is its calling card. It is fast growing and salt tolerant and can quickly turn a fence into a mass of foliage and amazing autumnal focal point.

Another variety, arrowwood viburnum, bears white flowers in spring, which give way to foliage and blue berries in the fall.

The fiery red leaves of this plant last for several months in the fall. The fall color of the Dwarf Burning Bush complements evergreen shrubs very well. This shrub can be grown as a stand-alone plant or installed as a hedge. The mature plant can reach about five feet tall and wide. Spring buds pink and green in color open up to beautiful green foliage. The branching of this shrub is unique in the sense.