Tag Archives: Tree following

Tree following, May 2018

Liz, over in Lexington, Kentucky, isn’t doing an update on the black walnut this month as she has been rather busy recently, including preparing for a plant sale and keeping tabs on her wayward puppy Sophie. On the allotment site … Continue reading

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Tree following, April 2018

Liz – Here in Lexington, Kentucky the past month has seen wintry periods and some snow so it’s not surprising that the black walnut that I’m following shows no sign of any new growth as yet.          Around … Continue reading

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Tree following, March 2018

Liz  – Here’s the black walnut as seen on a recent dog walk here in Lexington, Kentucky. You can see the distinctive mistletoe, especially over on the left-hand side.  Other nearby trees include an American sweetgum tree ( Liquidambar styraciflua) … Continue reading

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Tree following, February 2018

Liz…Firstly my thanks to Mike for graciously continuing to host my tree following posts . My chosen tree is a black walnut (Juglans nigra), which is a native to the eastern United States.  Most Thursdays I, along with my dogs … Continue reading

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Tree following, January 2018

Liz in a very cold and wintry Lexington, Kentucky is still mulling over which tree she’s going to follow this year, and will hopefully join in from next month. I’ve chosen a group of three Medlars that are on one … Continue reading

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Tree following, December 2017

Over in Lexington, Kentucky Liz’s Tulip poplar is now just a bare, and rather uninteresting, tree skeleton.  It will stay like that until the spring when new buds will appear and the growing cycle begins again. Here my Dogwood has … Continue reading

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Tree following, November 2017

Liz’s Tulip poplar…Over in Lexington, Kentucky the leaves on Liz’s tree have now changed from green to golden-yellow then brown and started dropping. All three colours can be seen in the above picture, providing plenty of interest. Flighty’s Dogwood….The leaves … Continue reading

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