Known for its brilliant fall colour (ranging from yellowish-orange to bright red). This native tree prefers cool, moist, acidic, rich soils. It does not do well in clay, dry or polluted environments or close to roads, where salt spray from traffic occurs in winter.
Will bleed excessively if pruned in winter or spring.
Oddly enough, the leaves of this tree are very toxic to horses.
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