Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 3, 2014

Great Smoky Mts. Fall Color Forecast 9/4/2014

Great Smoky Mountains Association has the following fall color forecast

Witch hobble has turned a rich crimson hue at the higher elevations. Its bright red berries are also quite conspicuous. The very earliest yellow birch trees are also beginning to change, as are some pin cherry leaves all at the highest elevations. In the valleys, a few dogwood and sourwood trees are reddening, as is poison ivy and Virginia creeper. Spicebush is sporting red berries. If the forecast of warm, wet weather proves true, there likely won’t be any significant change of fall color this week.

via Fall Leaf Color Updates | Great Smoky Mountains Association.

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