November 1st, 2012

November 1st, 2012 by Sherri

On the south side of the HUB is a Weeping European Beech {Fagus sylvatica pendula} that has developed a very unique shape. There is a Burning Bush {Euonymous alatus compacta} in all its fall glory to its right.

Weeping European Beech {Fagus sylvatica pendula}Burning Bush {Euonymous alatus compacta}

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