Gallery of Autumn Trees

November portraits of
Fagus sylvatica 'Pendula'



The weeping green beech has been such a
rewarding tree for all seasons, & is
particularly impressive in autumn garb.


The intense yellow, copper, & gold lasts the entirety of
November, & then the leaves turn brown,
sometimes clinging some while longer depending
on wind & rain patterns.


The evergreen shrub partially sheltered by the
weeping beech is 'Hill's Bright Red' Rhododendron.
These are right beside the front yard staircase.

Read about this tree in other seasons:
Weeping Green Beech in Winter
Weeping Green Beech in Spring

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