Terrier Woody

Terrier Woody

Saturday, October 23, 2010

The leaf of "Squirrel Town"

Bow Wow, to all you 4 legged landscapers and your 2 legged helpers!
You doggies know your leaves....except for the real tough one, that we threw in the mix!
 
Here are the answers to yesterdays "Leaf It" game.....
#1 Coral Bark Japanese Maple
Acer Palmatum 'Sango Kaku'

Leaf #2 (This is the real name...not making this stuff up!)
Redbud Tree 'Forest Pansy'
Cercis Canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Leaf #3 (Not that common here in the NW, thought maybe the east coast doggies might know it.)
Tupelo
Nyssa Sylvatica

#4-Grape.....you all guessed that one!

#5-Burning Bush
Euonymus alatus 'Compacta'

 And an extra credit, easy bonus leaf.....

Drops these little things on the ground.
We like to go for walks around these trees....we call it "Squirrel Town"
 

Thanks fur playing along!
Wyatt

27 comments:

  1. Wow, I wish I could be that smart!!

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  2. Ah, yes, the magnificent oak tree. Mom says that when they lived in Massachusetts 100 years ago, the yard had six big old oak trees. The leaves would never fall until around Thanksgiving. Then with the frost and sometimes snow, they were always wet and so heavy to rake and bag. Now our trees are so small that we rarely have to rake them as the winds carry them all down the street.

    We had a redbud that the humans planted here, but Dakota ate it to the ground:(

    Happy weekend.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  3. Every time we come over here we have to listen to mom for like 5867 minutes saying aahhh oohh Wyatt is so cute
    Snorts and Snuggle
    Benny & Lily

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  4. Forest pansey interesting name for a leaf

    Chewy

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  5. Some oaks love to be difFURent and wait 'til Spring to drop their lovely leaves!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra
    PeeEssWoo: Merdie says SKHWIRREL!!!

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  6. This morning I was out for my morning walk and guess what I saw - a pesky squirrel run off with our very last tomato!!!

    Your pal, Pip

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  7. I feel glad that I guessed three of them. We saw plenty of those acorns, and the tree rats that go with them, all weekend!

    Bunny

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  8. I would never know the names of those leaves!
    Now... I know!
    Happy Saturday!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  9. Thanks for the great leaf lesson.:)

    Love,
    Teddy Bear

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  10. Wyatt, you are so clever to know all those kinds of leaves!

    Tell your Mum that bottle brushes come in lots of colours. Red is the most common, but we have pink and yellow. Next door, they have a mauve/purple one.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  11. We have oak trees and acorns in our yard, Wyatt! Mom loves the Redbud trees and Forest Pansy is a lovely name!
    That was a fun game!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  12. Oh dam it, I missed your leaf game, moms made me get so far behind not leting on the PC. Anyways I've just court up, looks like I missed some fun!!not sure I would have got any of the answers anyway!!
    See Yea George xxx

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  13. Well nuts! I didn't get em all right ;)

    Maybe we could do cuts of meat next time? I'm pretty knowledgeable in that area ;)

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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  14. Crikey, we missed the game but we're pretty hopeless at leaves anyway. We'd probably bomb out hehe.
    Our favourtie leaves are on our copper beech tree. They're purple at certain times of the year.

    Noah x

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  15. We always enjoy your beautiful garden and nature phots, Wyatt! Thank you for sharing with us :)

    Love, Bella & Ollie.

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  16. Wyatt! You are such a fountain of botanical knowledge!

    I remember fighting with the squirrels to keep them from planiting oak trees in my garden.

    Stumpy's a pretty good navigator the first day of travel. I expect her to sleep most of the way todirtville. I'm a little envious!

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  17. That was sooooooo fun. Thanks
    PeeS... tomorrow I have MY wooly bear caterpillar up for you.

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  18. Whoops..we missed the game!

    But as you know gardenign an plants are not one of our strongest points! LOL

    Big Nose Pokes
    The Thugletsx

    p.s.Thank you for wanting to cuddle us!x

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  19. Wow! That's so smart of you to know all that stuff. Next time I go to school, I'm going to ask them to teach me all about trees and stuff. We have a HUGE oak tree in our back yard and I know all about those leaves and squirrels and nuts, so maybe that's a start.

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  20. oh wow you are so smart for knowing all those

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  21. You certainly know your leaves! Hope you guys have a great week. Ros and Oscar

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  22. This post has some really great pictures of you! We like all the leaves.

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  23. Wyatt
    I love all youw knowledge about twees and the gweat outdoows..I'm an ignowamous compawed to you.
    I would pwobably not have known mowe than thwee.

    I aways twy to taste the leaves and mommi won't let me, cause aftewwawds i aways thwow up
    smoochie kisses
    ASTA

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  24. That was a great game! And we know those oak leaves.

    Sam & June

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  26. You have some very nice trees where you live, most of those won't grow up here.

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  27. Very informative Leaf Lesson, Wyatt! We have lots of leaves here, but mainly we know "oak" and "not oak" BOL!
    The Road Dogs

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