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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

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Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Sigh ... I suppose all good things must come to an end, but the fall display your trees have given you was amazing while it lasted. My 'Golden Spire' ginkgo is only now starting to turn color. I'm not sure what that's about. This extended autumn has been so lovely and in fact it's hanging on so long that it looks like I'll be gardening in December at this rate. Let's hope that snow holds off.

Linda from Each Little World

Erin — ​My philosophy is no snow till after Thanksgiving means the first winter hurdle is over. Then I begin to count the days of no snow until Christmas. I love a white Christmas but I would not mind missing it this year!

rusty duck

My red acer lost its leaves over two nights. Top half one night, bottom half the second. Most peculiar! Your fall colours have been wonderful.

Liz

Oh pretty! Our fall has been really strange too...and my willows still have most of their leaves while all the other trees have already lost all theirs. We had a hard frost a few weeks ago so that put an end to most of the fall color, but I am sure loving this warm weather while it lasts!

frank

How sad, I always liked that story about how the ginkgo loses all its leaves in one day! No big deal though, those colors are fantastic.

Lisa at Greenbow

Isn't it fun to watch what goes on in the garden. There is no telling what will happen next. I think it is part of the magic of the garden.

Pam/Digging

What beautiful leaves, no matter how long they last! Ours should start turning here in Austin in about another 3 weeks, although it will be the usual muted show.

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