Posts Tagged ‘black gums’

We got down to 38F degrees here in Murray valley last night (actually at 5:48 AM) and the Cedar Waxwings have arrived in good numbers and are eating everything in sight. I am off for a hike again today. Went to Fayetteville yesterday across the center of the Ozark Mountains and the Sweet gums are magnificent, in color, now. The Black-gums have turned a purplish color instead of their normal scarlet red. The oaks, maples, and hickories, etc. are still very green. I think the color is going to be later this year.


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It was still floatable this morning. I took this photo looking upstream from the low-water bridge at 10 AM. A few Black Gums in poor soil are fully turned south of Parthenon.:




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