Fall 2018 in NW Alabama

| 10/22/2018 10:34:00 AM

Rosedale GardenFall has arrived in the south. So far, it's not sweater weather. Temperatures are still in the nineties.

Hummingbirds see to be staying around a lot longer than previous years. Maybe it's the effect of all the tropical storms, or the warm weather.

The first weekend in October and I still have three feeders up, and seeing several birds. A large percentage of corn has been harvested, along with early planted soybeans.

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Beans planted later are starting to show a yellow fall color. Farmers have defoliated cotton and started picking.

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