Types Of Red Trees

When it comes to tree there are so many trees and you can find a lot of diversity even where the color is concerned. You will even find various types of red trees- their leaves are usually red in color because of which they are referred to as ‘red trees’ as well. Certain types of trees have such leaves and these types of red trees can only be found in particular places and cities where the weather and climatic conditions are ideal for their growth and survival. Sometimes the leaves of some plants and trees change color with the weather- you would frequently see the leaves of some tree turn red in the fall.

The common red maple is one of those types of red trees that grow up to 60-70 feet high where length is concerned and in the spring you will often see its leaves turn bright red or dark orange especially as it matures. These types of red trees are grown in specific parts of the United States and make streets look beautiful in the fall. They are smaller in size but grow quite fast- at least some of them do and they have rounded or column-like shapes.

Then there’s the burgundy belle red maple tree which is another of the various types of red maple trees that you would come across and as the name suggests, their leaves are typically burgundy-red in color. They grow fast, though not as fast as the common red maple and they have leaves that are green in the summers but as the fall comes closer their color changes and they become magenta and turn red-violet later on. They fall off in the winters and usually stay on for 3 to 6 weeks after they turn magenta or red though.

The Filigree Lace Japanese Maple Tree is another of the many types of red trees which have feathery red leaves which are quite interesting to look at and it is a deciduous tree and grows quite slowly as opposed to other types of red trees. The foliage is more towards the red side and as fall approaches the leaves turn crimson or a deeper shade of red instead. They have thick and wide trunks and they can be grown in soils of all sorts. Interestingly they even improve the organic content of the soil that they grow in. The leaves are delicate though and may burn up if the sun/heat is too strong.

These are some of the various types of red trees and the one thing that is common in most of them is that their leaves change their colors as the seasons change. Another thing that is common in all types of red trees is that their leaves are generally sensitive so if the sun is too strong, they may end up getting scorched and that is why you would see these leaves on these types of red trees in the fall and/or winter and not in the summers.