This week’s Sunday clippings covers the reason behind autumn foliage colors, the destruction of a Florida couple’s 17 year old garden, Newby Hall’s herbaceous border renovation, the banker-turned plant hunter, AMNH’s Power of Poison, Piet Oudolf’s award, and inroads on forests in climate change. Stay warm as the mercury dips! The ground hasn’t frozen yet, and bulbs can be planted!
Why Do Autumn Leaves Change Color? – Scientific American
Pure manure: City uproots Florida Couple’s 17 Year Old Garden – Florida Watchdog
Newby Hall Renovates their Herbaceous Borders – Telegraph
The banker who became a plant hunter – Telegraph
The Power of Poison – American Museum of Natural History
Royal surprise for a Dutch plantsman – Telegraph