Burning Bush 1 #15052
In the Fall woods, a wild burning bush has turned into pink leaves by late October. It’s a stand-out color that time in Fall as most of the flamboyant maples are done with their annual show. Many trees have dropped their leaves by the time the burning bush takes the stage. And the burning bush makes it a grand finale with its singular pink and sometimes deep scarlet leaves.
True, much colorful foliage can remain at that time but it’s mainly in the trees higher up. Along the drab forest floor, these shorter bushes in vivid pink leaves really get noticed. They’re not plentiful, these bushes are only here and there. Like a red maple tree gone full scarlet, they’re certainly hard to miss.
Location: Near Hollidaysburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania.
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