The low-lying field in the background, when viewed through the trees, looks like snow, but it's just Old Jack Frost welcoming the first hint of winter
The last tomato and bell pepper plants were killed, but the arugula is still going strong. Last year I had both lettuce and arugula at Christmas, and am hoping the arugula will last that long this year. I got the lettuce seed planted too late and it's barely emerged from the soil. I am not sure if it will continue to grow in the colder weather. Time will tell.
The Bald Cypress tree is still holding its golden needles
But the Maple has already shed all its leaves
Each year the Pin Oak holds its dried leaves almost until spring
And the Bradford Pear is the last tree to turn from green to russet
Hope everyone is having a great first weekend in November. We must remember to turn our clocks back this weekend, as Daylight Savings Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday.