TITLE: Colors of fall
By karen McLamb
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September, October, and November are beautiful fall months.
The Color of leaves from the trees like Ginkgo leaves, which turn…
The Color of leaves from the trees like Ginkgo leaves, which turn
From, Red fall foliage, but also because of its fruit, you also have
Black oak which it leaves turns deep red. This is amazing how we see the wonderful colors of trees. The maple white oak, whose tulip tree gets its name from its tulip- shaped flowers.
And leaves; this is really something about the fall. There are many different trees to learn about. From your, young age until you’re 99 years of age, or maybe older. Fall is the month for people.
Like, enjoy driving looking at the trees. Even collect the leaves to trace, with there children and grandchildren. Leaves like London Plane, Sweet gum, linden, flowering dogwood.
You know me I always new of oak trees, but never heard of Shagbark Hickory and Sassafras.
There so many trees around the world that we love and enjoy.
Pentium trees most of us treasured this type of fir. My girlfriend and I just started out learning about different trees especially Bonsai tree. We sign up for a three- hour class to learn about the bonsai trees, these look good also in the fall.
This tree some of you start in your home and out doors. If you really look at the trees were you are living.
Pick a leave, and get a leaf chart, from you’re Parks Recreation program you’re learning about, trees and how to enjoy them. Also take a tree tour; you will learn a lot about it. That’s why I love the fall because of the mellow weather, and the colors of the fall…
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