October 10th, 2012

October 10th, 2012 by Sherri

On Main Street in front of the Silver CAC are several Sugar Maples {Acer saccharrum} with their usual outstanding fall foliage. On the east side of Smith Hall opposite the Fast Takes window is an Amur Maple {Acer ginnala} that has many shades of red in its foliage. This very hardy Maple also has a nice flower display, colorful seeds, {8/08} and now very attractive foliage. Across High Street from Prospect Hall is a Korean Mountain Ash with pinkish red colored fruit and foliage that is slowly turning yellow and orange.

Sugar Maples {Acer saccharrum}Korean Mountain Ash

Korean Mountain Ash

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