October 15, 2010

October 15th, 2010 by Bridget

On the bank to the south of the Silver Center is a group of Korean Mountain Ash {Sorbus alnifolia} that are putting on a gorgeous multicolor display of fall foliage. Red, orange and yellow with red to pink fruit in the mix. The fruit will be more visible as the foliage drops and will last well into winter. Outside the Snack Bar at the HUB are four Korean Stewartis {S. koreana} showing their very attractive fall foliage. As their leaves drop it is easier to see the very attractive mottled bark that increases with age.

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