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Very little color here either...a little more in the low-lying swampy areas. Beautiful leaf and healthy, too...no signs of disease. The multi-colored ones are so interesting. I always call such trees mustard, ketchup, and relish trees. Not too dear a description...perhaps confetti tree would be better.
Hi Vee!Thanks for the foliage report from your corner! This morning while out and about I noticed that the trees are becoming a bit more colorful here.I always enjoy the multicolored leaves too. Like your way of describing them. Guess confetti would be a prettier term, as you say. As a child viewing the autumn hillsides from the windows of a school bus, I always saw them as multicolored candies. Not sure why.Back to work -- just taking a breather after killing a mouse with a broom! A first for me ... gets the heart rate up. I wasn't about to spend the rest of the day wondering where in my kitchen he was going to appear next#
Isn't it, Arlene? I love seeing God's handiwork in the autumn leaves. Never tire of seeing them!
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