Wednesday, December 21, 2011

is a very special autumn. It was a big surprise in September when the trees change color many prematurely, such as maples wild - our only native maples, the red flame that has become in many areas and then lost their leaves, a good month in advance of normal. Fresnos was also a rare yellow, produce clusters of very few winged seeds known as keys and are now largely denuded of all its leaves. This is a string of hot, dry spring and the trees started to grow from the head start, much earlier than normal.

And it's been a fantastic year for fruit, hawthorn, blackthorn, holly and producing excellent crops of berries. But it's not so good for mushrooms and fungi, which suffer from lack of rain in dry areas of the country, but they are thriving in the wetlands of the north.

plants fall


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