Trees have finally started to turn colors. It's a late start attributed to the weather according to the local nightly news. The National Forest Service talks about the exact amount of cool weather, pigment in the leaves, length of nights, and the weather helping to determine the colors of the leaves. A beautiful leaf on my car window teased me after work. Instead of getting out the car and bringing it inside with me, I actually thought it would stay attached for the ride home. Unfortunately it flew away with the breeze as the car moved. They'll be plenty of leaves for me to pick and admire this fall. I'd better pick them soon because it's predicted to be quick visual show this fall with trees suddenly changing and falling faster than usual. From what I see in Philly, I agree. A pile awaits me outside my house.
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|Hopefully the container is large enough for both. It's deep so it should accommodate the roots.|