Fall Color Project: It's Not All About the Trees

Sometimes we trap ourselves into thinking one notion and stereotype things accordingly. We tend to think of fall color as a time of changing leaves, which it is, but often we leave out the perennials and shrubbery that provide us with color throughout the fall. Asters, fall crocus, and eupatorium seed heads grant us readers a different perspective from the leaves at The Deep Middle!

See the most recent Fall Color Project Posts:

Shining Colors on a Rainy Day
A Walk Through the Park
Colors of Toronto and California Wanderings
From Westonbirt Arboretum to SE Pennsylvania
Fall from the Write Gardener





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