Autumn is the most well-liked tourist season for Rochester, New York due to the many different colorful fall trees. Rochester is blessed with a vast assortment of broad-leaf trees from Sugar Maple to Japanese Maple. Columbus Day begins the peak fall tree tour seasonal usually ends at the first frost. From the Rochester staging grounds, many autumn tourists continue their trips to Niagara Falls and the Genesee Valley. If you are planning a vacation to Niagara Falls, make sure to take time to drive through Rochester and see the beautiful fall trees.
There are various ways to pick the many colorful trees for fall. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, trees that provide more than just autumn beauty has been chosen for this list. The following list is made up of fall-foliage A-listers that offer beauty, color, and style.
Sugar maple trees
Maple trees are royalty among trees in North America. People referred to as “tree huggers” will travel over 100 miles to see the fantastic fall-foliage on display. If you're one of these intrepid fall tree travelers, you are most like aware that maples are typical to make any list, any year for the most colorful fall trees.
Japanese maple trees
Japanese maples have a style all their own. Several types have colorful leaves not just in the fall, but during the other seasons. Japanese maple-crimson queen is a small type of foliage favored by fans of weeping trees. And what’s the bonus with this tree? Fortunate, it is admired with lovers of the art of bonsai.
American sweetgum is as colorful in fall as any tree. That is when the conditions and temperature cooperate. One may not get such a fantastic show every fall from sweetgum, but when you do, you rejoice in the combination of colors.
One thing to note about the sweetgum tree is that it isn’t a favorite of everyone. Some folks find them to be messy due to the sweet gum balls. If you have a sweet gum tree and need to get the balls out of your yard, call a professional tree care company.
Rochester Tree Service wants to help you care for the trees on your property. Trees are valuable resources and we want to provide interesting information to you!