I am Alice from Sweaburg, Ontario, Canada, and I wanted to share with you how blessed we have been this year with great fall weather and gorgeous fall colors.
My sister has a big maple like this on each side of her house.
The neighbor’s gorgeous sugar maple (Acer saccharum, Zones 3–8) has had its beautiful colors for a while already.
Here’s our front yard. We have had some frost, but the flowers are hanging in there, and the red grasses are still beautiful red.
Everything in the front yard is putting on its best autumn colors.
This orange mum (Chrysanthemum hybrid) is a rescue. People throw them out, and I sometimes take some home from the city depot and plant them. The odd one survives, like this one.
The first appearance of the many leaves we will get, but cleaning them all up is something to do outside now that lots of other things have been canceled because of COVID.
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