Posted: 21/03/2013 at 06:46
We used to call Dictamnus Alatus the Burning Bush; I've also heard it used to refer to Bassia Scoparia. Thank goodness for Latin names
I've never heard it used to refer to Euonymus Alatus but having googled I've found it referred to as a hedging plant. I'm surprised - I would have thought that to treat it as a hedge would be to lose it's best features which are it's elegant form and the colour of the autumn foliage which is at it's best with the low autumn sunlight shining through it. I also don't want to be discouraging, but I'd have thought you'd have to wait several years for any sort of a hedge if growing it from seed.