There’s no holiday quite like The Fourth of July. The day is long, the evening is warm, and everybody’s in a great mood as they gather around the grill. Then the evening is topped off by thrilling displays of fireworks to celebrate our nation’s independence.
The Crimson King is one of a number of maples that adapt well to the high plains environment of Colorado’s Front Range. As its name implies, its leaves are red/burgundy in summer, changing to yellow or brown in late fall making it a popular ornamental tree in landscapes.
Summers in Colorado are short enough without spending hours tending to trees and shrubs. Wouldn’t Dad rather be relaxing in the beautiful Colorado outdoors than working in the yard pruning and trimming?
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