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Great Lakes October

Barbara Pintozzi
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Red plant - What is it!
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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates added this to Southern California Gardener's October Checklist
Shop for fall foliage trees while they're in color. If you hunger for colorful fall foliage in your garden, now is the time to get out and meet your options face to face. I'm a firm believer in dating before marriage; likewise, I believe strongly in selecting trees in person before committing to a lifetime together. Varieties vary (I guess that's a given), and they respond differently to different microclimates, so it's prudent to study actual trees in your actual neighborhood so you get what you actually want. Pistachio (shown) puts on a vibrant — if brief — color show in our mild Southern California autumn weather.
Barbara Pintozzi added this to Great Lakes Gardener's October Checklist
Witness fall color. While the autumn color often continues into November, the big show comes in October, as shown with this sumac (Rhus copallina). Foliage's dramatic color change is the result of cool nights and sunny days. Unfortunately, the autumn colors might not be as vibrant this year due to drought.
Annie Thornton added this to Fall Is Calling: What to Do in Your October Garden
Great Lakes. "While the autumn color often continues into November, the big show comes in October, as shown with this sumac (Rhus copallina)," writes Illinois garden coach Barbara Pintozzi. "Foliage's dramatic color change is the result of cool nights and sunny days."Get her Great Lakes October checklist

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samiplace added this to samiplace's ideas
Fall garden plant bush with color
Peggy Papadatos added this to Patio Ideas
OCTOBER IS ONE OF THE MOST VARIABLE MONTHS !!!! LOVE THE CHANGE OF THE LEAVES COLORS!!!
christietoo added this to GARDEN IDEAS
FALL FOLIAGE Great Lakes. "While the autumn color often continues into November, the big show comes in October, as shown with this sumac (Rhus copallina)," writes Illinois garden coach Barbara Pintozzi. "Foliage's dramatic color change is the result of cool nights and sunny days."

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