You can’t exactly plan to have hot pink roses and hibiscus blooming beside maroon dogwood leaves every fall, but the surprise is part of the fun.
For people who love autumn, the Morris Arboretum’s Fall Festival has become an annual tradition in early October – and you can join in this Sunday.
Spectacular fall colors are all about the conditions, and a hot summer doesn’t help bring out the vibrance.
While there’s plenty of folklore about how the foliage display will be each year, there’s solid science too.
There’s fun for the whole family this Sunday at the Morris Arboretum Fall Festival.
New England getaways were on hold after Hurricane Irene, but a Vermont resort giant is back in operation, just in time for fall foliage season.
While they don’t get much mention in the fall, lots of azalea leaves can turn lovely colors too.
Collecting colorful leaves is a great project to get kids or holiday guests out of the kitchen for a little while – and you can get a wreath out of it too.
If you enjoy gardens, there’s still lots to see at the Morris Arboretum – the last of changing leaves, fall fruits and berries and the Arboretum’s miniature Garden Railway, decked out for the holidays.
If you enjoy the change of seasons, YankeeFoliage.com — the online home for New England’s Yankee Magazine — has a special focus on the beautiful colors of the fall.