Each of the photos has a link to the original posting, I plan to post these pictures on the original post page as well. Good to have all the information in one spot. Each photo can be clicked on for a larger view.
The White Oak has some great fall foliage color.
With spring blooms like this you can understand why the bees like it so much. Sourwood is another red fall foliage tree, love it!
These Cryptomeria japonica photos are showing the male flowers from two different cultivars- 'Elegans Nana' and 'Black Dragon'
I recently found out that the tops of the Deodora Cedar can freeze and leave the tree without a leader. There are many specimen like this in SC. Before I left Virginia I found a nice collection of new cones on this Deodora Cedar on Fort Eustis.
Pictured below are a couple hickory fall foliage trees from my backyard. I have Mockernut, Shagbark and possibly Shellbark Hickories, so these photos could be other than the Shagbark from my posting, though they all have great yellow fall color.
In my posting of the Chinese Pistache I was concerned about the reports of red fall foliage and ours having yellow. They can have either. Found a red one in the parking lot of the Costco in Greenville.
For fall color I think I am in love with the Sassafras albidum. Who can resist the salmon, peach, orange, yellow, red and light green colors of this beauty in the fall?
This grand tree was found in the South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson. With its smooth bark the American Beech is a canvas for those who want to profess their love.
words and photos by Janet,The Queen of Seaford.