Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Wordless Wednesday 114: Pumpkin Tree












Pumpkin Tree at Greenway Cross * Middleton, Wisconsin
The tree is 20 feet tall. Combined with more than 400 pumpkins, mums,
cornstalks and hay bales, it make for great fall photos.



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16 comments:

Shelley Munro said...

I love the bright colors of the pumpkins. It must be impressive in person. We don't have anything like this here.

Vanessa Morgan said...

What an adorable tree. A cute mix between Halloween and Christmas, lol.

colleen said...

A new take on the Christmas tree!

mypoeticpath said...

How cool is that! :<)

Heather said...

Shelley: I've never seen anything like this anywhere before, either, but I love the idea and the mix of colors.

Heather said...

Vanessa: Isn't it cute? It will be replaced in November by a guant Christmas tree.

Colleen: Indeed! I bet your grandsons would love it!

MPP: Isn't it cool? I wish the ground hadn't been so wet so I could get it from a lower angle.

Jana said...

That's pretty neat. :)

Heather said...

Jana: Isn't it just? ☺

Mary said...

Wow. Someone took a lot of time to create that display! How fun! thanks for dropping by my blog!

CountryDew said...

Now that's an impressive way to display pumpkins.

Heather said...

Mary: More like a lot of someones!I bet they had fun doing it, too. ☺

Heather said...

Anita: It is impressive. I'm glad I was able to get out there this year to see it.

Kate said...

A pumpkin tree is a novel way to display lots of them. Kate ABC Team

Heather said...

Kate: It is rather original, isn't it? :)

Hazel Ceej said...

Now that's a charming tower! Really beautiful pictures. It's my first time to see a pumpkin that's red and white! Love this post.

Hazel

Heather said...

Thanks, Hazel -- I had a feeling you might like this. And yes, pumpkins come in a variety of colors, not just bright orange. ☺