So I picked up a Cercidiphyllum japonicum last Fall at a nursery, to be a focal point tree for the front of our house. At the time it had these amazing colors, which are showing up again this Fall. I assumed it would have green leaves the rest of the year, as most katsuras do, but it doesn't. They are sort of this darkish green and red...not the most attractive. We have a red Japanese Maple next to it, so now it's just too much red year-round. My question is, have you ever seen a japonica Katsura like this? Why would this one have such different coloring? Also, I'm disappointed it doesn't have the usual katsura scent that I love so much. I thought getting a particular variety of katsura would mean certain colors, certain scent, certain attributes. Note: In the pics, the red katsura with the curled leaves is ours. The yellow one is two doors down, which looks like all the other katsuras I see around.