herbie, nice pictures! No leaf color changes to speak of here so I really like to see them....and yes, you are discreet and I won't tell anyone.
Rann, do you have a fall season at all with leaves changing color? I might have missed that, if so, please tell me again?
Connie - there are some fall color photos in the first post of this thread It's been an unusually long fall this year ..... the first killing frost is usually in September.
Here are some more, these photos were taken the middle of October - most of the leaves have dropped now.
Acer platanoides is a bit late turning color so most years the leaves are still green when they freeze, it showed some really nice colors this year :-)
Seed pods on Berperis x ottawensis var. atropurpurea - never seen those before
Fagus sylvatica var. atropurpurea turns orange
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A cubit about the challenges of gardening and living in Iceland. The climate, the plants that can be grown here, beautiful gardens, beautiful scenery, a bit of culture and history and daily life before and after the economic collapse.