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I ran across this beautiful fall foliage in Minnesota the other day. These trees are normally a burgandy to green color, but have turned red in the fall. Can anybody tell me what type of tree this is? They look to be about 4-5 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide, with no trimming needed. The leaves are oval shaped, being about 1 to 1 1/2 long. Some (not all) of the branches almost look like a stalk of Rhubarb, and feel sort of crispy to the touch. There are not any thorns on them, I've been asked that before. Thanks in advance!
By Julie from North Dakota
I thought I was right on the name of the bush. I just wanted everyone else to confirm it. ;-)
Here is all the information on what I can find out.
~Wendola~ aka Wendy
Does anyone know what these trees are? Can they grow in Columbia, Sc, middle of state? : )
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