Top 5 Trees for Fall Color in North Texas

September 22, 2018

We receive tons of calls every Fall with questions about what trees to buy to get the most brilliant Fall Color in North Texas. To help answer that question I have put together my  Top 5 List below and have shared pictures and details about each tree. They are in order of my favorites, but the Chinese Pistachio is a close second to the Brandywine.

Best trees for Fall Color in Texas.
Brandywine Maple tree with bright red Fall color.

Brandywine Maple
Color Range:  Brilliant Bright Reds
Special Features:
Fast Growing
Very Cold Hardy
Beautiful Fall Coloring
Upright Growth Habit
Adaptable to a Wide Range of Soil Types
Learn more about Brandywine Maples Trees by clicking >> here.

 

Best trees for Fall Color in Texas.
Chinese Pistachio tree with Fall color ranging from yellow, orange and red.

Chinese Pistachio
Color Range:  Gold, Orange & Red
Special Features:
Drought Tolerant
Heat Tolerant
Incredible Fall Color
Texas Superstar Rated by A&M
High levels of genetic resistance to insect and disease problems
Learn more about Chinese Pistachio Trees by clicking >> here.

 

Best trees for Fall Color in Texas.
October Glory Maple tree with bright orange-red Fall color.

October Glory Maple
Color Range:  Orange & Red
Special Features:
Beautiful Fall Color
Upright Growth Habit
Fast Growing
Adaptable to a Wide Range of Soil Types
Learn more about October Glory Maple Trees by clicking >> here.

 

Best trees for Fall Color in Texas.
Texas Ash tree with bright yellow and red Fall color.

Texas Ash
Color Range:  Orange, Red & Purple
Special Features:
Beautiful Fall Color
Upright Growth Habit
Fast Growing
Adaptable to a Wide Range of Soil Types
Learn more about Texas Ash Trees by clicking >> here.

 

Best trees for Fall Color in Texas.
Red Oak tree with rich shades of red in Fall.

Red Oak
Color Range:  Brown Red, Rust, Deep Red
Special Features:
Beautiful Fall Color
Upright Growth Habit
Fast Growing
Adaptable to a Wide Range of Soil Types
Learn more about Red Oak Trees by clicking >> here.

I hope this list inspires you to add a little color and excitement to your landscape. Feel free to contact us at the farm during our business hours with any questions about which tree is the best fit for your North Texas yard.

-Denise

 



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