Fall Color Project: Colors of Toronto and California Wanderings

Helen at Toronto Gardens is treating us with a blast from last year's fall foliage past. The palette of colors along the hillside is nothing short of stunning. The pictures are taken from Leaside bridge and offer a nearly bird's eye view of the leaf landscape. Hopefully the leaves will be on the trees when Helen gets back home so that we may feast our eyes upon another Toronto treat!

Let's join up with Town Mouse to see what California has to offer for fall color. While hiking at the Montebello Open Space Preserve Town Mouse took several pictures of autumn foliage including the infamous poison plants, ivy and oak, as well as the California big leaf maple. I've always been a fan of maples and this one is impressive! Head on out to California and pay a visit to Town Mouse and Country Mouse!

See the most recent Fall Color Project Posts:

From Westonbirt Arboretum to SE Pennsylvania
Fall from the Write Gardener

And don't forget to take your fall color photos!

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