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River Birch make a great addition to any Gainesville lawn.

} The majority of leaves generally fall as the weather cools, but some trees and plants shed their leaves throughout the year. While having some fallen leaves is normal, piles of dead leaves can overshadow other plants and shrubs on your landscape and impede efforts to sustain a lush, healthy lawn.

Sep 30, A tried and true performer in Gainesville yards is the Oakleaf hydrangea. It has large leaves similar in shape to oak leaves.

You will be pleased to see brilliant red, yellow and orange in your landscape until the frost causes the leaves to drop.

They are borne on stiff, upright, hairy stems which occasionally branch. A fuller shrub can be created by pinching the new growth or cutting back old growth. The plant grows in sun or shade and prefers a rich, moist soil.

Oakleaf hydrangea has a great red fall color and Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Nov 07, Florida’s fall foliage isn’t a myth. It really exists. And your best bet to see it is from late October to mid-November.

Though the Sunshine State may not be able to give you the vast variety Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Aug 14, The Morningside Nature Center in Gainesville can have some nice fall foliage as well. Florida fall foliage is every bit as beautiful as our beaches in summertime. If you really want to experience it, The Morningside Nature is chock-full of crimson colors. Address: East University Avenue, Gainesville, FL, Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.

Nov 17, Sourwood grows about 20 to 30 feet tall, and its leaves will turn a striking scarlet shade of red in the late fall in North Central Florida. This tree may be difficult to locate, but is certainly Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Urban forest includes all trees on private and public lands within the city limits of Gainesville.

Results indicate tree cover in Gainesville at 51 percent while shrub cover, often present under trees, was 16 percent. Pervious surface cover (bare soil, lawns, gardens, pastures) was 73 percent, impervious surface cover (concrete, roads, tar) was.

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