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Oct 16, Maple Trees. Some of South Florida’s native maples produce good color each fall. Red maple provides brilliant red, orange and sometimes yellow leaves. The native Florida Maple, Acer saccharum var. floridum, displays a combination of bright yellow and orange color during fall. And there are many Japanese maples that provide striking fall stumplopping.pwted Reading Time: 50 secs. Nov 17, One of Northwest Florida’s best native trees for fall color is Black Gum.

Black Gum is a standout tree, pretty in all seasons, possessing dark, almost-black bark, a tall pyramidal habit and vivid fall foliage in the deepest shades of red and purple.



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As a bonus, Black Gum usually begins its color change very early, occasionally in stumplopping.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Nov 10, The classic red maples seem to just get richer tones of red as the weather cools, while red oaks get a deeper wine colored red. Other trees with tones of red are: Black cherry; Flowering dogwood; Hornbeam; White oak; Sourwood; Sweetgum; Black oak; Winged sumac; Each one of these will produce an amazing red fall spectacle while providing other types of seasonal beauty year round.

Nov 28, Our native flowering dogwood provides some change in color before dropping its leaves. You can expect a red to maroon color in dogwood leaves during fall. Some of North Florida’s native maples produce good color each fall.

Red maple provides brilliant red, orange and sometimes yellow leaves. The native Florida Maple, Acer saccharum var. floridum, displays a combination of bright Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Sep 26, American Hornbeam. Carpinus caroliniana is technically a large shrub, although most consider it a small deciduous tree. Its multi-stemmed body produces simple leaves that turn red, orange, or yellow in the fall.

You can find it as far north as some portions of Maine, and as far south as the northernmost tip of stumplopping.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Red Mangrove. Red mangroves are the easiest of the mangroves to identify due to their “walking legs” root systems.

Note the bean-pod-like “roots” at their bases: these are miniature mangroves spawning, fully formed plants waiting to float off with the next high tide.





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