Despite a week of storms which put paid to all of the early autumn leaves, it certainly hasn’t done any damage to the second wave of colour.
We have had a few nice days, so here are some more scenes from around town.
This Australian raised cultivar is highly variable (even though all of these trees are grafted) – sometimes a brilliant red just like above, sometimes beautiful, multiple colourings. These trees make a fantastic medium-sized tree in temperate climates:
Liquidambars are a commonly planted tree in Australia – they colour okay even in warm coastal locations like Sydney , but put them in a cooler climate and the results can be spectacular:
Happy Gardening 🙂