Ok so I've created myself a bit of a puzzle for my front garden, so it's time for a group puzzle game My plan had been to plant 3 trees, giving green, yellow and red colour in summer, changing to yellow, orange and red in Autumn. Spring colour doesn't matter so much. The garden gets full sun from 10am onwards, so cultivars are a bit more limited. So far I have an Osakazuki which will become the big main tree eventually providing a little more shade and the other 2 trees will be kept smaller. Osakazuki providing the dazzling red/crimson in autumn, and green in summer. I also have a summer gold... I believe these stay gold/yellow I autumn? So this will be my summer yellow, and hopefully autumn yellow/gold. So the last one is the tricky one - it needs to be red, and retain some amount of red in full sun, turning to orange in autumn. I already have either a red pygmy or a garnet in my collection, but the garnet goes a little more red than orange, and the pygmy goes a little more green/bronze in summer but does have a nice burnt orange autumn colour. Another option I thought of was perhaps an orangeola? Does anyone else have any ideas how to piece these together?