The Q&A Archives: Pink leaf tree

Question: Are there any trees that have pink leaves? We can see one growing in this area but cannot find any information on it.

Answer: My guess is that it would be a crabapple or ornamental cherry tree. VANGUARD is a red-leaved crab with cascades of pink blossoms. REDORN#1 Produces masses of persistent bright pink blossoms and spring foliage that is bright red, turning to reddish-bronze in the summer.
Ornamental cherry cultivar with pinkish foliage is CANADA RED, a small, rounded-pyramidal Prunus virginiana selection, growing to 15 ft. New foliage is green, turning red, then purple as leaves mature.

Hope one of these trees ends your search for a tree with pink leaves!

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