Burning Bush Won't Turn Red

We have a burning bush that was planted 6 years ago and it has never had more the 6 leaves turn red on it. I see some deep red bushes in the neighborhood and wonder what is wrong with ours. Is the soil lacking something? Any information would be greatly appreciated!

Hardiness Zone: 5a

By Deanna from Grimes, IA

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Why won't my burning bush turn red?

Hardiness Zone: 4b

Dick from Forest Lake, MN

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BURNING BUSH

Frost and cold do not make a bush turn red. Cold kills plants, it doesn't make them turn color. Sunlight is the only thing that will make you burning bush a beautiful red in fall, so if yours is in the shade, that's why your not getting the results you want. (10/08/2007)

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