Death Valley National Park
Yosemite Falls In January; photo by Stan and Anne Foster
Paperbark Cherry for winter interest. Wow! Planted mostly for it's stunning bark color, this tree has clusters of tiny white flowers that bloom in the spring. Green leaves turn yellow in the fall. The tree grows 20-30' tall and wide and requires full sun. It is susceptible to disease and pests so it should be planted as a short-lived tree. Zones 5-8
Paperbark Cherry - what a beautiful tree!
"Sentinel of the Grove" (1988) Stephen Lyman
Fairy Pools in Scotland.
Oulanka National Park, Metsahallitus, Finland
1000 Year Old Yew Tree, Wales
Lily Lake, Colorado, USA (near Estes Park)