Monday, September 20, 2010

Blog Guelph: sunlight through the leaves

sunlight through the leaves, originally uploaded by Nirai Kanai.

The first thing I noticed when I opened my blinds this morning was a scene similar to this lovely image.

My sun soaked tree happens to be a Tulip Tree, grown from seed by my dear friend Henry Kock - who is being honoured next week at the University of Guelph. The "Henry Kock Propagation Centre" will be officially dedicated on Monday September 27th. The new greenhouse is located in the area presently used for the sale of herbaceous plants at the Arboretum Auxiliary Plant Sale (east of the Hilton Service Centre).

Breeze through today's collection of tree pics and give thanks for the splendor.

Happy Monday.

Sue Richards

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