Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 28, 2012

Could It Be A Good Year For Fall Color In Northeastern U.S.?

A dendrologist reports that this summer’s dry weather and  recent cool nights may create a good fall color season in the U. S. Northeast. Even though home landscaping, especially trees have suffered from the regional drought, native plants are less affected by dry weather. Read more at ScienceDaily  has an article Summer Weather Could Mean Fall Colors Pop in Northeast U.S.

This article  will not help with exact timing but is optimistic about the possibility of a good fall season in the northeast. Of course storms, extreme temperatures and winds can always change that. Check links to most recent reports at: Best Fall Color Reports And Locations Throughout The U. S.

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