20 responses to “Tsuga heterophylla”

  1. Judith Holm

    very nice, both your photo and your comments

  2. Janeal Thompson

    Enjoyed your comments about the wildlife in the gardens. We’ve yet to have measurable snowfall here on the eastern plains of Colorado.

    Thank you for all of the work you put into BPD and best of the Holidays to you.

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  4. Joe

    It is the state tree of Washington

  5. C. Edwards

    Gorgeous photo! Thanks for sharing.

  6. PAT

    Lovely have not seen one in ages. They are lovely trees.

  7. Nette

    Beautiful photo, good choice to do B and W, and amusing story. Wish you’d been able to capture the coyote, too – but you know how crafty they are. I also loved the former story by Tamara Bonnemaison – her comments were so poetic.

  8. Helen McCall

    Fabulous photo! How exciting to get the snow and then such a neat shot. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Todd Christensen

    Great pic!

  10. Pat Willits

    Your evocative photo reminded me of some trees in paintings by Emily Carr.

  11. Mertxe de Renobales

    Thank you so much for sending a photo and an explanation just about every day of the year!. Best wishes for 2018!

  12. chris jankot

    Our gray squirrels really provide great forage for predators, esp. raptors. They have that value.

  13. Jan W. Tuinstra

    A 10-12 meter high Tsuga at my parents property in The Netherlands was the only evergreen of their collection that would bend but never suffer real damage from snow!
    Great reporting Daniel and looking forward to lots more inspiring information and pictures from you!
    Have a great 2018!

  14. Gabrielle

    Such a beautiful picture and so fitting for these dark days of winter. Really enjoyed going back and reading Tamara’s entry as well. Thank you!

  15. Rebecca Last

    Daniel and Team, Thanks for all the wondeful photos, and for the fascinating write-up. Wishing you all a most Joyous Winter Solstice!

  16. Bonnie

    That is one beautiful picture and will grace my desktop at some point. 🙂 Interesting to read the area and critters require closed access.

  17. J. Paulson

    Thank you for capturing the quiet beauty of this moment and for giving a much-needed snow- fix to a Midwestern transplant to N.Coast of CA. Happy Solstice!

  18. MB Whitcomb

    You are a gem, and your work one of many high points in my days, in a time of great concern and uncertainty. Deep appreciation and gratitude here.

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