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Keep your rooted cuttings as indoor plants and then transplant them.
Local Texas tree spotlight - The Bradford Pear Deciduous - Sun Ht. 25' Spread 15' Spacing 10' to 20' Habit: Upright, very symmetrical, stiff, candelabra like branching. Early spring white flowers, red fall color. Short lived. Culture: Easy, any soil, normal water and fertilization. Uses: Specimen ornamental tree, spring flower color.
Oct 10, garden. One of the attributes deciduous plants can add to a landscape is dramatic color change before the leaves fall. In Colorado yellows and oranges predominate in our fall color, adding a brilliant red tree or shrub can be like splashing paint across a canvas.
Next spring perhaps you will think about fall colors as you shop for trees and shrubs. The slender, light green leaves are flattened, about" to" long, very narrow, and arranged in feather-like fashion along two sides of small branchlets 2" to 4" long, which are deciduous in the autumn with the leaves still attached. Flowering branchlets sometimes have awl-like leaves.
Fall color is a striking copper or reddish-brown. Trees (especially conifers) need as much water as they can get to make it through winter. Before the ground freezes, give your tree a hearty drink of water if you haven’t gotten much rain this fall. Top your watered tree off with a 2-toinch deep layer of mulch to help lock in moisture.
Inspect your tree. When it comes to deciduous shrubs and trees, fall and winter are the seasons they get serious about root growth. In places like Southern California, where the ground never freezes, roots never stop growing.
However, as long as leaves, fruits, and seeds are developing and ripening, root system expansion takes a back seat to growth of these above.