Autumn colour, Fall color

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Re: Autumn colour, Fall color

Post  Kev Bailey on Sun Nov 01, 2009 11:11 am

The onion confused me too but was afraid to ask. Delightful explanation, thanks Fiona.

On cones, I think it is more to do with stress. I still get some on very mature and very short trimmed, well ramified branches. I notice that this is often in response to recent collection, a particularly hot summer or me neglecting to water to the point of wilting. Sometimes, with far too many trees,this can happen. Embarassed

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Post  gordonb on Mon Nov 02, 2009 2:25 am

fiona wrote:So there you are - a typical lazy (i.e. long-winded) Sunday way of telling you that an ingin is of course an onion.

Of course it is, I knew that - my brain was too tired from being on-call too long over the weekend!
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Re: Autumn colour, Fall color

Post  Roger Snipes on Mon Nov 02, 2009 4:19 am

Back to trees. As I mentioned, not much fall color around here, but this is a Corkbark Chinese Elm that has finally produced a little color.


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