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Oct 23, 2017 7:11 AM CST
|Diana these are nice autumn scenes with all the trees and colorful leaves. The largest tree at left is a White Oak from my vantage point. And there looks like a Sassafras or Dogwood with red leaves behind the large center stone. Thanks for sharing.
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Oct 24, 2017 10:21 PM CST
|Thank you, Leon.
I cannot add tags with my android phone. In front of the rocks, left to right, are Hardy Hibiscus: Cranberry Crush, Midnight Marvel, Starry Starry Night and Mocha Moon. Above the rocks is some variety of yellow-stemmed shrub dogwood (in front of the White Oak), a young maple tree (native volunteer), and the red tree on the right is a native Missouri dogwood. The dark trunk belongs to whatever native pine species grows here. I don't recall any sassafras in that part of our yard. The yellow behind the dogwood is either hickory or ash.
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