The peak fall color this year is on its way and Tina has a great post for us with lots of Autumn color to share! Tina writes the blog In the Garden and lives in Woodlawn, TN which is north of Nashville and just south of Kentucky.
What fall color does her garden have to offer? How about a Korean maple - its hard to beat a maple for fall color! Or perhaps her low-gro sumac? Or maybe the crabapple berries? Or even her bottle tree! There's lots to see at Tina's blog so go visit her Fall Color Project post and see the colors in Woodlawn, TN!
Labels: Fall color, Fall Color Project 2012, leaves, trees