To truly celebrate fall, all you really have to do is wander through the 92 acres of gardens in the Morris Arboretum.
Lucky for us, there are more than a few places near Philly to see those autumn leaves in all their glory—and before they go up in smoke on that totally illegal bonfire in your neighbor’s backyard.
It’s easy to get distracted by so many flowers blooming from March until June – but it’s the lushness of the green leaves that’s really the life of spring.
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.
Michelle Connors, public programs event coordinator for Morris Arboretum says one of their biggest events of the season takes place on Sunday.
While there’s plenty of folklore about how the foliage display will be each year, there’s solid science too.