Column: Chilly weather doesn’t affect live oak trees

| Les Harrison

It is correct to say the shorter days are the impetus for the leaf loss on most hardwood trees, but the subfreezing temperature and gusty winds in the weeks to come will finish off any foliage stragglers.

Sweet gums, maples, dogwoods, and many others are starkly exposed to the elements.

 

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