by K. Marc Teffeau, Ph.D.
Transitioning Time Being a big fan of the English rock group the Moody Blues, there is a line in their Forever Autumn song where Justin Hayward sings “Through autumn’s golden gown we used to kick our way.” That “Golden gown” is starting to turn brown as we move toward winter. The foli-
age color display is just about finished and the fall rain in October and early November have removed most of the leaves from the trees. At this time of year the various hues of greens and blues of the narrow and broad-leafed evergreens start to stand out in the landscape.