Sibley State Park Fall Color Report for 9-28-19
There have not been a lot of changes since previous reports. Windy conditions have stripped the color from early changing trees. Forested areas of Sibley are taking on a lighter green hue as early hardwoods begin to show some yellow. Ash and Basswood are well along in turning yellow while Hackberry adds a bronze tone to the mix. Maples are beginning to turn, looking like they were dipped in yellow and gold. Woodland sunflower, goldenrod and Indian Grass provide yellow and gold. Sumac is at its peak with brilliant reds. A few asters are still in bloom.
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