Browsing All posts tagged under »Goosefoot maple«

The tale of the goosefoot, Girl Sadie and the Cattleman

October 23, 2009


Regular readers may remember a springtime post about the goosefoot maples that grow around the Writing Studio and Baitshop.  This month I noticed their leaves have faded to pale yellow, and look even more like goose feet. I’ve also noticed that the spring post (Caught goosefooted at the end of a lingering spring) was plagiarized, text, […]

Caught goosefooted at the end of a lingering spring

June 5, 2009


I am still behind on research and writing, but I thought I’d take a minute to show you the goosefoot maple that grows in Eden Shores. It is a shrubby sort of tree, distinguished by its goosefoot shaped leaves and the vertically striped bark of the saplings.  I think the blossoms are quite pretty, even […]