Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ginkgo heralds winter

The half-denuded Ginkgo stands on its carpet of gold.

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Ginkgo still greener than at this time last year, but dropping leaves

We’re used to the vibrant lemon yellow of the Ginkgo when it turns.  This year, it’s still a greenish-yellow, spectacular in its own way.  

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Ginkgo Gold and windblown….The leaves will probably turn fully yellow and drop in the next few days

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As the Ginkgo Turns…..If you want to see it, come in the next few days!

Today, against a dreary sky, the Ginkgo is more yellow than green.  Truly, winter is approaching.  

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Love Oatlands? Help us win money on Nov. 9! Give to the Max for us between 4 and 5pm

Help Oatlands win money on November 9! We are participating in Greater Washington Give to the Max Day, which is hosted by razoo.com. Razoo is a foundation whose mission is to help other non-profits raise money online. Give to the … Continue reading

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Ginkgo Day 35—growing more yellow

A pretty fall morning here at Oatlands.

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Ginkgo tracking, month 2

The light on the tree this morning was particularly lovely.  More and more yellow appearing–it won’t be long now….

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