Euonymus alatus Compactus- Dwarf Burning Bush Tree
This remarkable and slow-growing shrub from China and Japan is relatively inconspicuous in summer, but suddenly becomes a highlight in autumn when the foliage catches fire with brilliant crimson autumn leaves.
These are most vivid in full sun, although it grows reasonably well in shade.
The summer flowers are insignificant, but they are followed by attractive purple and red fruits which split open to form four winged lobes with a bright orange seed at the centre.
Grows to 1.2m high and wide
The Royal Horticultural Society has given it the Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
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