Such a rare tree for those of us who live at lower levels.
They are pretty, and i know we don't have them here.
Tabor and Messymimi, glad to offer something new to you.
A wonderful sight for those of us buried in snow and frigid air.Love the goat!
Thanks, Barbara.The goat loves you, too.
Gorgeous. It was two years ago, autumn that I twigged (ha) to Tamaracks. We kept seeing seeing these yellow "evergreens" and kept thinking that they were drying out and dying. But there were far too many of them for that. Last year, we didn't seem to see quite as many and so I'm wondering if their intensity of autumn colour is cyclic. In any event, I never noticed them as far south in Ontario where I lived previously but they're quite prevalent up here. Thanks of sharing your stunning colours.
Hilary, glad you like them, and glad you have them.Tamarack lore has it, here anyway, that we'll get snow two weeks after they turn.
I'm glad to know what they look like. When I've read of them, no author bothered to describe them. Mary Anne in Kentucky
Glad to help, Mary Anne.
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