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Leaves of a silver maple inflicted with iron chlorosis shows yellowing of the tissue and deep green veining Wednesday in Jamestown. John Zvirovski / The Sun

Yellow leaves in summer is a sign

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Often during the summer season we see trees and shrubs that have a yellow coloring. In many cases they are pretty and are supposed to be that way dependent on the cultivar and species. Common trees and shrubs that produce yellow leaves are the sunburst honey locust, the golden ninebark, American elderberry, dwarf goldenlocks elder, mock orange and the golden alder.

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