We’re actually having a fall in north Texas this year. Sometimes it seems fall is here for a week or two and then bingo, it’s winter chill! My trees are bursting with color! Well, not the post oak, blackjack and bur oaks so much, but the Chinese pistache and the sweetgum are yellow, red and orange gorgeous. When I lived and worked in Southern California all those years, as much as I enjoyed the pleasant winters, I did miss the seasons. What was interesting, in spite of no frost, the trees there turned into their fall colors anyway. Nature will have its way.
It’s Fall in Texas!
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