Tiger Eyes Sumac Fall

Tiger Eyes Sumac Fall. Fall brings leaves of yellow, scarlet, and orange. Plus free shipping offers on all plants!

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It is fall and leaves are beginning to change. Sunny yellow, fine textured foliage draws your eye all season long. The deeply cut foliage remains a bright yellow leaves are a luminous orange in fall.

New Foliage Is Chartreuse With Reddish Veins.

Tiger eyes grow to about 6 feet tall and about that wide in an ideal situation. Tiger eyes® is bright lime green to yellow all summer, turning brilliant bronzy red in fall. At the top of the slope, use the larger varieties of staghorn and smooth sumac.

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Step 1 water the tiger eyes shrubs to a depth of about 6 inches during their first two or three growing seasons whenever the top 3 inches of soil around the base of each plant dries. Quickly changes to bright yellow deeply cut dropping leaflets give an oriental effect Tiger eyes shrubs tolerate drought only after they are established in their location.

The Branches Angle Upward While The Deeply Cut Leaflets Drape Downward, Giving It A Rather Oriental Look.

In addition to the chartreuse to gold color it has in summer, tiger eyes has a bright reddish orange color in fall.