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Friday, October 30, 2020

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Kristin

There is a mulberry behind us that drops most of its leaves in a single day. We are surprised it didn't give up the ghost when we had our freezes and snow last week. I love the shot of the gingko leaves on the pond. They have such lovely leaves.

Kris P

You have me wondering if I could convince my husband to accept a Ginkgo as a replacement for our mimosa. He currently opposes planting any tree in the area formerly occupied by the mimosa but a deciduous tree might just be an acceptable compromise.

Lisa at Greenbow

The Ginkos around here (at the park) are also dropping their leaves. One has a beautiful carpet of golden yellow below it.
The foliage on that peony still looks impeccable.

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