The other half looks like it started, but then there is nothing.
Aug 24, Deciduous trees (those that drop their leaves in fall) can be planted up to early to mid-November. There are cultural and economic advantages to planting trees in late summer/early fall.
Soil temperatures in late summer/early fall are excellent for root growth. Root growth continues until the ground freezes in winter.
Jun 07, But if your tree has no leaves on one side, your favorite summer spot looks far less appealing.
Even worse, your tree is likely suffering. What could be causing the lack of leaves? Our reader, Jim, recently asked this question. “Half of one of my maple trees has leaves. The other half looks like it started, but then there is nothing.
Aug 14, That sounds like sudden branch syndrome, also called summer branch drop or sudden limb failure. During calm, but hot, summer days, seemingly healthy tree limbs simply snap and fall off. We’re not quite sure why this happens.
But some trees are more prone to this–specifically, aging trees as well as sycamore, oak, elm, eucalyptus and beech. Sep 16, Sassafras albidum, the tree that lends root beer its flavor, makes for a spectacular fall display. Its three-lobed leaves can turn yellow, orange, red, and even a pinkish color in autumn. stumpmulching.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.