1. 2. This has a sweet, woody scent.
  2. 3. The holiday that occurs at the end of November.
  3. 7. These are raked up in the fall and either burned or put into bags.
  4. 9. These are set up to scare birds away from a field where crops are growing.
  5. 11. The fruit of the oak, a smooth oval nut in a rough cuplike base.
  6. 12. They made the famous 1620 voyage aboard the ship Mayflower and founded Plymouth Colony.
  7. 13. A large open-air fire used as part of a celebration, for burning trash, or as a signal.
  8. 15. An unfiltered, unsweetened, beverage made from apples.
  9. 16. Honeycrisp, Red Delicious, Granny Smith, and Jonathan are all types of these.
  10. 17. The third season of the year, when crops and fruits are gathered and leaves fall.
  11. 19. This word rhymes with bake.
  1. 1. A flowerless plant that has feathery or leafy fronds.
  2. 2. A small, red, acid berry used in cooking.
  3. 4. The month in which Thanksgiving occurs.
  4. 5. An organized series of concerts, plays, or movies, typically one held annually in the same place.
  5. 6. Nocturnal birds of prey.
  6. 8. Even though most people identify this with vegetables, from a botanical standpoint, they're considered fruits because they contain the seeds of the plant.
  7. 10. Synonyms for this word include brisk, crunchy, brittle, crumbly, friable, breakable.
  8. 14. A piece of land planted with fruit trees.
  9. 18. A syrup usually made from the xylem sap of this kind of tree.