Maple leaves turn shades of yellow, red, orange and brown in the fall.
Maple (Acer) is a large genus of trees and shrubs that -- depending on the species -- grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 to 9. Maples are a versatile tree and make a lovely addition to your garden. When the maple’s leaves begin to turn yellow in the summer, however, you know something is wrong with the tree. Maples are susceptible to various problems, and a few of them can turn the foliage yellow in the summer.
Uploaded: Oct 27, 2015