{dirt 60631} Fall Colors

{dirt 60631} is a pictorial journal of Yvonne's garden journey in a Zone 5, Chicago city lot.

Autumn doesn't mean the end to the garden.  As the leaves fade and change, the garden can be as interesting and breath taking as a mid-summer border in full bloom.

above.  The golden leaves of the hosta plantaginea, witch hazel, and pagoda dogwood against the dark green of the boxwood hedge and balls.

above.  The crimson of the Burning Bush is eye catching and can be seen from a block away.

above.  The Burning Bush, Witch Hazel, and Crabapple Sugar Tyme under planted with hosta.

above.  The last of the perennials to bloom, the Japanese Anemone, Anemone japonica 'Honorine Jobert' is a happy face.

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