Fall begins in September and runs thru late November. The High Country is renowned for its spectacular fall leaf color and Arborcrest features show-stopping Japanese Maples, as well as an abundance of chrysanthemums and asters.
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Several hydrangeas carry color through mid- to late-October.
The maple trees display some of the most vibrant colors, with some changing as early as late September, and others waiting patiently until mid-October.
Look for several colors of False Autumn Crocus in late September through early to mid-October.
A macro (close up) view of this autumn colored succulent.
Fall arrived a little late in 2021. Some years, the leaves are gone by October 20th or so, and we may even have snow before Halloween. Other years, the color stretches into the last week of October.
Eye-catching orange berries in the fall, and creamy white flowers in the spring!
This Sugar Maple is one of the early birds in the color changing cycle, with striking yellows and orange late September - early October.
Mid- to late-October color from this beautiful tree. Its bark is the color of cinnamon.
Mid- to late-October brings peak color for some of the Japanese Maples, such as the 'Bihou,' with its colors punctuated by a carpet of fallen leaves from nearby trees.
Mums and maples, the magic of Autumn!