Pignut and Other Colors

Your reds get talked about a lot during the fall, but let’s not forget the yellow of a pignut hickory.
Same tree, a different day, and later sunlight.
A bald cypress cultivar, I think.
Northern red oak.
Franklinia alatamaha.
Not found in the wild since the early 19th century, all specimens today are cultivated. Named after Ben Franklin by the Bartrams.
Sweetgum in the late afternoon.

2 Responses to “Pignut and Other Colors”


  1. 1 alanbar135 November 9, 2020 at 5:16 pm

    It really was glowing yesterday. That was a ” glowrious” sweetgum next to it, right?


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