Trident maple from the National Bonsai and Penjing Museum, North American Collection in Washington DC. Donated by Brussel Martin
The early days of our blazing fall colors are here.* The full display is a couple weeks away, but there’s ample reds and yellows up the sides of our hills and mountains in Vermont. But even though our leaves are renowned, we’re not the only place with such good fortune. Pretty much everywhere there are distinct seasons have their own jaw dropping displays. All three photos in this post originally appeared here on Bark in October, 2010.
Fall color in Germany. This one's a beech by Walter Pall
Back to DC. Zelkova serrata from the National Bonsai and Penjing Museum, North American Collection. Donated by Yuji Yoshimura