Okay, I can hear the snickering already. But it’s a long way to New England from here, and with just slightly lowered expectations, there’s a pretty show of color coming.
Some of the best color is produced by deciduous native trees that grow near water: cottonwood, willow and sycamore.
Willows massed by a lake’s edge or lining a creek bank transform from a legion of brittle trees with poor posture and straggly growth habits into a pulsing mass of color best described as ...
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