Gallery of Autumn Leaves

November portrait of
Forsythia intermedia

   

Forsythia

Forsythia or "Golden Bells"
blooms bright-bright yellow in spring,
then in autumn, if you've the luck of
such a specimen as this,
it duplicates its colorful show
with equally brilliant yellow & bronze leaves.


Forsythia

The second photo was taken a little bit earlier
in November than the first photo, when
fewer of the red-bronzy bits had faded to yellow.


Forsythia

A year later (2004), like clockwork very early in November,
the majority of the leaves are again turning yellow,
then bright gold, with a branch here & there having
the most remarkable pink & reds.

Read all about Forsythia on the main
Forsythia intermedia page.

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