Doris Taylor

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Chicago-Area Trees Shedding Leaves From Cool, Wet Weather

Chicago area trees have been losing leaves early because of a cool wet spring and early summer, reports WBBM’s John Cody.

07/02/2013

The leaves of many trees in Illinois have been left wilting, curling, and turning brown due to the severe drought conditions in most of the state. (Credit: CBS)

Protecting The Trees At Your House From The Drought

With most of Illinois having been classified as being in severe drought, it’s not only farmers who are suffering. Plenty of homeowners have seen their prized plants shriveling, and their trees shedding leaves.

CBS Chicago–07/17/2012

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Mild Weather Brings Early Spring To Morton Arboretum

The Chicago area’s unseasonably warm temperatures have forced some forsythia buds into bloom four months early at the Morton Arboretum just west of the city.

CBS Chicago–01/05/2012