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Hingham Town Hall Central Street Hingham, MA Phone: Hours of Operation: M-W-Th am - pm Tues am - 7 pm Fri am - 1 pm. Leaves typically produce their vivid hues of green from spring through summer into early fall through the constant creation of Chlorophyll. As we all learned in 5th grade science, Chlorophyll is the key component in a plant's ability to turn sunlight into glucose, which in turn feeds the trees. Leaves change color during the autumn because the amounts of pigments change as the leaves prepare to fall from the trees.

All leaves gradually lose chlorophyll during the growing season, and this loss accelerates before leaf fall. Under optimal conditions this process of chlorophyll loss is very orderly and allows the plants to resorb much of. Photo about Shown here is the canopy of trees during early fall September.

Most interesting are leaves that turn red, because this color is the result of the active synthesis of anthocyanin pigments just before the leaves fall from the trees.

Image of september, leaves, state - Wampatuck State Park, Hingham, MA Stock Image. Sep 24, It’s simply magic. Oh, you can find lots of scientific explanations about chlorophyll, amount of daylight, and temperature changes - but when you see a hillside bathed in the bright yellows, reds and oranges of fall foliage, you know that Mother Nature has waved her magic wand across the local landscape.

A leaf-peeping drive, hike or bicycle ride through North Central Massachusetts offers Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Fall! Leaf peepers agree – the colorful foliage across New England and the South Shore makes it one of our prettiest seasons. It’s also the best time of year to get a head start on next spring’s plush green lawn. So before the leaves fall, our crews are taking advantage and spending most of.