Tree Following, November 2016

tree-following-nov16-1It’s been a glorious autumn here in the UK with many trees providing a wonderful, colourful display but sadly the past week or so has seen that coming to an end as they now shed their leaves.


The young oak tree that I’m following has not been one of those trees as the leaves are only slowly changing from green through yellow to brown and, as yet,  shows little sign of shedding them.








Liz, over in Lexington, Kentucky, isn’t doing a post this month as she says that there’s been no noticeable changes to her serviceberry since last month.

My thanks to Pat, The Squirrelbasket, for kindly hosting Tree Following.  Do have a look at this post to see what it’s all about.

Have a good weekend!


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16 Responses to Tree Following, November 2016

  1. Blessing and thank you for sharing have a blessed day

  2. Jo says:

    I don’t think the trees will be hanging on to their leaves much longer, the weather is so much colder now than it has been, we even had snow yesterday.

  3. My oak is hanging on in there, too. Maybe it’s natural if they are the last to come into leaf that they are the last to lose their leaves?
    Thanks for posting – and best wishes to Liz 🙂

  4. nikkipolani says:

    The oaks were changing colors when I was last in the mountains of Idyllwild, about 90 miles east of me, back at the end of September. They looked a lot like the one you’re observing. Around here, we have some liquidamber trees that display colors, but usually, it seems deciduous specimens just go from green to a muddy brown. Enjoy your weekend, Flighty.

  5. Last year we had a varied and colourful autumn. This year it’s pretty dreary. Perhaps we will have an interesting winter instead.

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  7. The oak trees here are hanging on in there too! Have a good week too Flighty xx

  8. Liz says:

    Your little oak is doing well! Thanks for allowing me to tell about my serviceberry this year. All its leaves are gone and we are in a moderate drought, so I hope it doesn’t suffer.

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