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Autumn colour


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  1. Gorgeous autumnal colours. So rich and vibrant.

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    1. We are only at the beginning of Autumn so lots more colour to come. I quite like the Pin Oaks when they are at this stage but no so much later in the season because they hang onto their leaves during the winter and look very untidy and drab when the rest of the trees are looking artistic and skeletal.

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  2. Great colous indeed.

    Joan, thank you for the information on the Norfolk Trees. I've just done some research and found out that there are 19 species of Araucaria, some native to South America. Maybe I'm mistaken (they all look very similar) and those in my photo are not Norfolk Trees. Perhaps they have come from the former colony of Brazil...

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