Autumn Colour

Autumn conjures up images of mellow light, mist and a myriad of leaf colours. Almost overnight it seems, the gentle greens of leaves on many deciduous trees and shrubs become suffused with hints of russet, orange, crimson, gold and purple. The gardening year may fast be coming to a close, but in terms of colour, the best is saved until last, and it’s not only foliage — there are still berries and many flowers to come, large and small, discreet or dramatic. The blend of flowers with grasses, berries and autumn leaf tints is especially captivating, not least because it is so unexpected. Specimen trees with good leaf colour rarely fail to surprise as the myriad of staid green shades roam through the spectrum of fiery reds, oranges, golds and purples.

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