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Table of Contents: Fall Foliage

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Table of Contents: Fall Foliage

September 28, 2015

If possible, tie a scarf over your hair, jump in a convertible, and drive to New England right now. Or join us this week to see the reds and golds and yellows of fall foliage.

We’re visiting gardens that are at their most glorious in autumn, making a list of the best trees to plant for color, and arranging DIY leaf bouquets:

Above: In New England, take a quick day trip for fall foliage and Apple Picking at Sweet Berry Farm.

Monday

  • Michelle is back from a hiking trip in England with a report on where to find traditional handmade gate hurdles, in this week’s Fences & Gates post.
  • In this week’s Landscape Designer Visit, we head to New York state to learn the secret to getting a garden to burst into color in autumn.

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • Marie consults horticulturalists to come up with a list of the 10 best Trees to plant for New England style fall foliage in this week’s Roundup post.

Thursday

  • With a little help from her mom, 3-year-old Solvi invents a new style of autunal Floral Arrangement in this week’s DIY post.

Friday

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