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When Tree Leaves Will Return in This Snowy Spring

In this GardenSMART story, Josh Leo of Davey's North Detroit, Michigan, office explains when tree leaves typically return in each part of the United States - and how the unusual spring snowstorms affect tree buds.

Posted: March 20, 2018

There is nothing better than seeing trees flaunt fragrant flowers and green, glorious leaves in spring!

"With the late season winter storms we've seen across much of the country, we've been getting lots of questions from those eager for spring to arrive," says Josh Leo of Davey's North Detroit office.

So, when will trees sport their fresh, new look?

While there's no set date for trees to bud, we can use clues to predict when trees typically leaf out.

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