It’s sometimes difficult to predict when the peak in fall colors will occur, if indeed there is a peak at all. Some years, many trees’ leaves simply turn brown and drop to the ground.

Whether the trees display a big splash of color across the entire landscape or not, there’s always, I repeat, always, little pockets of color here and there, you just have to look for it. Here’s a few photos of what you may be missing if you don’t get outside and do just that, have a look!

Hickory (top), maple (red), and willow (background).
Redbud (left), and Flowering Dogwood.
American Sycamore.
Red Maple.
Virginia Creeper.

So, why are you still sitting there reading this? Get out and have a look around!


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