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Aug 16, River birch trees not only have yellow fall foliage, their trunks provide interest all year round. The trunks have a unique red, tan, and pink peeling bark that will bring interest to your yard even in the winter months.
Note, however, that river birch trees have extensive root systems and need plenty of Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. 6 rowsNov 16, The most chance for fall color is in north western and north central New Jersey but nice pops.
The annual fall foliage bloom is dependent primarily on moisture and the first frost, but peak leaf viewing in Northwest New Jersey normally occurs somewhere around the first full week of October.
The quality of a year's peak varies for several reasons. Some years, because of dry weather, the swamp maples, ash and other shallow rooted trees turn early in spite of warm temperatures.
Look for the beauty of the dogwood, laurel, holly and magnolia trees as they change in color. Cool crisp autumn days usher in the breathtaking colors of New Jersey's fall foliage. From September through November, New Jersey's state parks and forests provide endless opportunities to experience the brilliant transformation of the leaves.
Mar 03, The Red Oak tree is New Jersey’s official state tree. Known for its beautiful fall colors and the value it brings to surrounding wildlife, the Red Oak is a fast growing species that will provide shade with its height and large canopy spread. Jul 15, The flowering dogwood is a New Jersey native that’s best known for its outstanding spring blooms. But in fall it also offers outstanding leaf color in shades of purple, orange, and red, and bright red clusters of fruits that often hang on into winter before being eaten by shrubcleanup.barted Reading Time: 5 mins.