Wednesday, October 7, 2015

THE TREE 1015 #8

This is the eight in the series – The Tree – Scotch Pine

Basic information on this special tree was written in the February posting: when planted, where planted, why planted, plant information and special design and trim information, etc.

Then five months ago, March, there were a number of photos posted on the bark of this Scotch Pine.  As you saw in those pictures, the bark is interesting with all the texture and pealing that occurs up and down the trunk.

Subsequent postings have focused on the ongoing plants emerging from around the base of this chosen tree up to the present time.

In July, three months ago there was a portrait of THE TREE itself taking photos (indeed and interesting visual perspective).

In August, the posting showed some of the garden plants blooming the first week of that month very near The Tree.  Standing by The Tree – you could see so many of the happy flowers and so much more. Lots of color happening around and about The Tree.

This posting is a double month posting since I was out of the country for last month.
For this the September and October posting, we are viewing here the final Fall colors and flowers of the gardens that are near to THE TREE as the days continue to shorten into the last months of the year.

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unless otherwise marked.
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