Leaves of the Tulip Tree

Leaves of the Tulip Tree

Tulip trees have unremarkable flowers in that they are pale and blend in with the tree – no bright purples or pinks here. The leaves, though, change color when they die, turning wonderful yellows and reds, which are brilliant against summer foliage. Being deciduous, there is a glorious fall display, and then one waits for the coming of spring.

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