Normally green leaves of many deciduous trees and shrubs turn their colours from the mundane green into something breathtaking.
These trees can be found across the United States and in Autumn the leaves turn from green to golden yellow.
Considered to be living fossils, these trees grew worldwide 200 million years ago. During fall the Gingko gives a breathtaking effect by turning bright yellow.
During fall the turn into orange red. Found in Australia, US and Canada among the other parts of the world, the Smoke Bush is indeed captivating during Autumn.
These trees take on a pinkish yellow hue during fall. They also have a spicy fragrance during this time.
These trees turn into a delight in fall boasting of the rich hues of orange, or wine red . 'Sunshine Blue’, a variety of blueberry retains half the green leaves while turning wine red in the other half giving a spectacular vision.
No list of fall foliage plants would be complete without maple trees. A quintessential stalwart in New England, these trees turn into gorgeous shades of red, orange, and yellow.
Last Updated: 27th November, 2017