The leaves have started changing here in Tennessee. The earliest of the fall foliage begins with the sassafras trees and their ripe reds. This sassafras' mottled red foliage is just the tip of the iceberg and very soon the cherries, maples, crape myrtles, and all the other trees will be bursting with fall color. The abundant rain we've had should guarantee a great autumn color season!
Labels: Fall color, foliage, trees