Tag Archives: Tree following

Tree following, September 2018

Liz –  As we head into fall (autumn) here in Lexington, Kentucky the leaves on the black walnut are beginning to change colour from green to yellow.      I think that this may well be an Eastern tent caterpillar nest … Continue reading

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Tree following, August 2018

Liz – These pictures of the black walnut were taken three weeks ago, a couple of days before a storm came through Lexington, Kentucky. With winds reaching 70 mph it knocked down trees and there was no electricity for a … Continue reading

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Tree following, July 2018

Liz – Here in Lexington, Kentucky I took these pictures a couple of weeks ago which show the black walnut in summer.  There had been several days of high winds and thunder storms hence the debris on the ground which … Continue reading

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Tree following, June 2018

Liz – I took these pictures here in Lexington, Kentucky last Thursday on a bright sunny morning. One shows that the black walnut is now in full leaf and almost hides the mistletoe that was visible towards the top right.  … Continue reading

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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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