Greener BeeGreen TipsThis week’s gardening tips: don’t toss out raked leaves, look for fall color

Some of the trees that are most reliable for fall color here include green ash, sweet gum, crape myrtle, ginkgo, Southern sugar maple, Shumard oak, red maple, Japanese maple, pictured above, flowering pear and Chinese pistachio. Shrubs such as sumac, Virginia willow and deciduous viburnums also have good fall color.

Dan Gill is a horticulturist with the LSU AgCenter. Email questions to dgill@agcenter.lsu.edu or add them to the comment section below. Follow his stories at www.nola.com/homegarden, on Facebook and @nolahomegardenon Instagram.

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