I imagine Ghost Dancer was named for the way it's creamy yellow/white leaves sway on it's delicate branches, brightening dark corners and just generally making a spectacle of itself. In spring, when the magic starts to happen, the green/yellow leaves emerge with red or purplish tips. The leaves have deep green veining and as the season wears on, the colorful tips will fade. When the colorful tips fade you are left with a creamy white, mid sized tree, making ghost dances in your front yard. Do give those light colored leaves a little protection from the sun as they are known to burn. Fall color is heavy with yellow, eventually joined by the reds and oranges that mark the season, before entering dormancy.