Secrets To Landscape Success: Day 16

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Autumn is in the air!!

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My personal favorite time of year is just around the corner! The smell of fall rolling in is like no other! Pumpkin flavored everything comes out, time for hoodies and bonfires! It kicks off my favorite time of year: Halloween through Christmas!

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We can also intricately plan your landscape to include the optimal looks for fall. You should include plants with variegated and colorful foliage.  This will give you colors and contrast all season long even going into the winter season. You will be able to enjoy your landscape from early spring to late fall!

Cornus alba var. sibirica underplanted with carex morrowii - Sir Harold Hilliers gardens, Hampshire

Cornus alba var. sibirica underplanted with carex morrowii – Sir Harold Hilliers gardens, Hampshire

Burgundy-tinted leaves do not fade, they fit well with spring blossoms that will fade as fall approaches as well as the tints of fall; orange, yellow, red, and that fantastic rusty color. There are some plants that provide visual interest even through a long winter.

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