Hari OMRoots are down, settling in and the world turns in correct direction! YAM xx
It is a signe, never give hope.
never give up,
It must be nice having such a tree.
They grow up so fast. Sigh.
LOL. Great reply! I can't top that! :)
Harbinger of things to come...
It will be old enough to house a partridge in about 3 months....
Such a brilliant red! Before you know it...
So beautiful, Joanne...she is trying out her grown-up colors, but "scarlet red" at such a young age :)
Looks like it was a beautiful day when you took that picture. Crisp, bright fall.
Nice to see that she grew well despite the hot, hot weather.
Pretty color too!betty
I love seeing the first red amongst the green :)
I have two pears I hope the deer don't get mine this year, this coming week we are supposed to drop below 50 at night so our leaves will soon be all turning. My pear just usually turns yellow, but the flowering ones turn red.
I do love pear trees. We had a little one here in France for years and years -- didn't grow much but would sometimes be laden with fruit. Then it slowly ebbed away and we had to let it go. Yours is just lovely -- long may it thrive!
I love that red leaf.
Well that is a really good start Joanne. You must be pleased.
Your pear tree looks very healthy... and that one red leaf could mean fall has arrived. But I think that if it's too early for fall colors, it could also mean too much watering? Let's go with Fall has arrived!
Bright red! I remember fall colors...so long ago.
What a sweet little tree
That is so cool! We have Bradford Pears...I don't recall them turning THAT pretty of a red color, though. They are BEAUTIFUL for about a week in the spring, though!
That red is gorgeous! Looks like the red of your post on the "Cardinal in winter" (2014)
Any pears? it looks a bit too young...