The 10 Best Fall Trees and Shrubs for a Burst of Fiery Colour
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Native to North America, this dependable tree creates a spectacular display in the fall. Beautiful red, orange, or yellow end-of-season leaves are offered by sugar maples.
Dogwoods are typically planted for their white or pink springtime blossoms, however they are lovely pretty much any time of year.
Chokeberry is a natural shrub that shines throughout the year. It produces white flowers that resemble apple blossoms in the spring, rich red fruits in the late summer and early fall, and vivid orange-red fall foliage.
This excellent tiny tree is attractive all year round. Its late-summer, white camellia-shaped blossoms contrast nicely with its dark green leaves.
Ginkgo trees give elegance and useful shade to any landscape. Among all trees, it has some of the most attractive fan-shaped leaves.
Amur maple is a tiny tree or large shrub (depending on how you prune it) that displays vivid red leaves in the fall, making it another maple with stunning fall colour.
Sumac is a very resilient native shrub that produces some of the most brilliant crimson colours you'll see in the fall.
Several shrubs in this large bunch produce vibrant autumn foliage in cosy crimson tones.
Serviceberry is a small, simple-to-grow tree or shrub that, depending on how you prune it, begins the growing season with a display of tiny, white spring blooms.
Bald cypress is a "fooled-you" plant that resembles an evergreen conifer in the fall.