Planting a Burning Bush

Will a burning bush grow in acidic soil where pine trees used to be?

Hardiness Zone: 6a

By Sue from Niles, MI

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Planting a Burning Bush

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Yes, it should do just fine. They are extraordinarily hardy, and seem to love every soil, although I'd swear, the worse-quality the soil is, the more they like it! You might want to try some azaleas there, too. They love acidic soil. Good luck. (04/29/2010)

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