Winterburn, according to chicagobotanic.org, 'is a cultural condition that affects plants that do not lose their leaves over the winter. Leaves turn yellow and then brown in response to specific weather conditions. Leaves do not actually burn but rather dry up.' Those 'specific weather conditions' include mild winter temperatures, sunshine and winds.Winterburn prevention includes watering evergreens up until the ground freezes and wrapping the plants in burlap, but burlap-wrapped bushes don’t exactly scream curb-appeal. These Snowman Bush Covers from Plow & Hearth takes care of that problem. Just slip them over your bushes and let the kids stick on the included facial features for decorative winterburn protection. The 51"d x 63"h snowmen are $19.95 a piece or $17.95 for 2 or more.