Wednesday, November 18, 2009
The fall color season is drawing to a close in Virginia. Many areas of the Piedmont, especially the southern Piedmont, still have color, though this area is past peak. The Coastal Plain has significant color and areas will be peaking between now and Thanksgiving. This the last Fall Foliage Report for the 2009 season. Thanks for supporting our blog and scenic driving tours. These reports will resume in late September, 2010.
Posted by Gregg O'Donnell at 4:31 PM
Thursday, November 12, 2009
The season is winding down! Fall colors on oak trees are providing patches of color throughout the state. In Southwest Virginia, the Roanoke Valley, and the Shenandoah Valley, colors are past peak. In the lower Piedmont, colors are at or just past peak. In the Coastal Plain of Virginia, beautiful color is still evident on the Peninsula. On the Eastern Shore, approximately two-thirds of the trees have color.
Posted by Gregg O'Donnell at 9:36 AM