When planning a property landscape, it's wise to consider what will make your property look interesting year around. Trees that will yield a great autumn colour can increase the creative enhancement of your landscape. Here is a good list of trees to think about when it comes to a fall view.
Acer rubrum, the red maple, also known as swamp, water or soft maple, is one of the most common and widespread deciduous trees of eastern and central North America. It's green all year and turns red in autumn.
The Ginkgo is originally from Southern China, and is exceptionally hardy. Although it is slow-growing, it can mature to about 100 feet tall. It is popular in North-American city landscapes.
Stunning yellow fall colour is one of the most memorable attributes of the quaking aspen. It is from Canada, and is seen all the way down through Northern Texas and most of New Mexico.
The sugar maple provides tasty syrup and lumber for beautiful furniture. It will light up any property in the fall with its yellowish foilage.
The tulip tree blooms with tulip-shaped flowers in May and has dazzling yellow leaves come fall. The tulip tree provides properties with shade and grows fast.
In fall, Kousa Dogwood leaves can range from red/purple to yellow/orange. This tree traditionally blooms in the spring.