Nature Walk: Cottonwood Leaves

By Taylor on October 27, 2014 in Blog

Cottonwood Leaves

“Our view of autumn color easily varies from a scenic wall of gold and red on a woodland hillside to a single leaf lying lying in the grass. On a sunny afternoon, the tattered and torn leaves on this seedling cottonwood less than two feet in height can easily surpass the color spectacle of a tree nearby likely 100 years of age and a 100 feet in height that produced the seed from which it grew.” -Carl Kurtz

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