A successful season!

Well, the foliage season is winding down here in Vermont, except for a few oaks and beech trees. We were able to gather over 280 observations of this year's odd foliage patterns, and while many were from me I was happy to have several other participants, especially @susanelliott . Thanks all! If you see oaks or beech out there or anything else that still has fall color, go ahead and add them, otherwise we will see what next year holds!

Posted on October 30, 2015 04:01 PM by charlie charlie | 2 comments | Leave a comment
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New England is famous for its colorful plants. The color is most prominent in the autumn, when the leaves of hardwood trees turn almost any color of the rainbow. A shorter colorful season also occurs in the spring, when muted red and yellow tones appear amongst the greens of new leaves. Even in midsummer, there are subtle differences in the colors of the trees. In winter, some species hold ...more ↓

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