It’s that time of year again, fall, only it’s winter. In this part of Florida, most trees, especially the live oak trees, hold onto their leaves until January or later. Then they turn brown, with little color, and head for the roofs, lawns, driveways, and streets. The live oaks drop their leaves when their tinyContinue reading “Winter Fall”
February in Florida brings flurries of leaves as restless winds rattle the branches of the trees. The live oaks hold onto their leaves until spring-like weather appears and then dumps them with gusto. Strange but true, here in Florida we have the fall in the Spring, but it sure beats snow!