Neon Leaves

One of the first trees to change its leaves from bright, lively green, to deep oranges & reds, during the fall the sumac bush is one of the most eye-catching plants around. It has red, fuzzy berries, & though it is technically a tree, it grows low to the ground & appears more like a bush. It must be more sensitive to light & air changes in the autumn than most trees; not only is the difference between the bright neon colors on the top leaves & the lighter colors on the bottom leaves obvious, but in some places, where the leaves overlap, the parts of one leaf which are sheltered by another one haven’t yet turned green.

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4 thoughts on “Neon Leaves

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  2. Hello, this is a really fascinating web blog and ive loved reading several of the articles and posts contained upon the site, sustain the great work and hope to read a lot more exciting articles in the time to come.

  3. Hi Song of the Wolf, We are finally getting our fall color here where I live. It sort of just popped out a couple days ago! Glad you discussed Sumac. Beautiful leaves. Have a great Thurs. tomorrow!

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