While I'm not officially wrapping up the Fall Color Project for this year the entries do seem to be slowing down! More and more leaves are finding their way to the ground, hopefully to become mulch or compost as nature intended!
Today's entry comes from the blog Garden Sense and shares with us the gorgeous colors that fall foliage brings to shrubs. Brilliant barberries, itea, fothergilla, oak leaf hydrangea, chokeberry, and even azaleas fill this post with plenty of autumn wonder. Go pay a visit to Chris's post if you haven't already and enjoy what could be the last of fall's wondrous foliage!
Thank you to everyone who has participated so far! I'll be posting the wrap up post before Christmas so if you still have fall colors to share be sure to let me know!
Labels: Fall color, Fall Color Project 2010