Answer: All three...Dwarf Burning Bush, Privet and Rosa Rugosa, are deciduous (lose their leaves in the fall) so they don't screen as much in the winter as they do in the summer when leaves are present. The color of the woody stems does not change during the winter months. The Burning bush and the Rosa rugosa have fruits that are red. Birds will eat the fruit (berry) of the Burning bush while the fruits (hips) of the Rosa rugosa remain on the bush. The fruits (berry) of the Privet are small and black.
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