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17 Sep 2006
Burr's Bellweather Foliage Tree

I received a "News from Vermont" email newsletter from Burr Morse at Morse Farms the other day and clicked on a link over to his web site where he has photographs of a big maple changing color. Each week, he will be posting a new photo of the tree to show the progress of falll foliage in this area (Morse Farm is about 20 miles from us I guess).

Shown here is how the tree looked October 7, 2002. Morse Farm's web site has three weekly photos posted so far this year and the color is coming right along. You can see it here.

Check back on Morse Farm's web site each week and watch this tree to see the fall foliage color change in north central Vermont.

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posted by  grunhaus at  21:02 | permalink

26 Aug 2006
Goldenrod and Joe-Pye-Weed

Goldenrod wildflowers in the foreground, Joe-Pye-Weed behind, and Cattails in the background.

There are large fields full of Goldenrod and Joe-Pye-Weed around Vermont this time of year. Sometimes it can be quite visually striking to look down on a field of these wildflowers from a distance. They are one of the signals that most of the summer is behind us.

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posted by  grunhaus at  16:59 | permalink

15 Jul 2006
Black-eyed Susans
This group of Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta) is growing in a small field alongside our driveway. There are about 25 species of Black-eyed Susans in North America, some annual and some perennial. It's the state flower of Maryland. This link will take you to the Black-eyed Susan page of a very good website about flowers.

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posted by  grunhaus at  17:48 | permalink

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