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Sunday, October 16, 2011


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Very beautiful; there's so much variation in the reds and yellows, a pleasure to see. There is still so much color in my flower border that I am loathe to cut anything back.


I dropped the ball on Foliage Follow-Up this month, but I'm still collecting links and added yours to today's post. I knew you'd have a colorful foliage post this month. I'm envious. Austin's only colored leaves at this point are brown ones on the many trees killed by the drought. Time to plant tougher species.

Lisa at Greenbow

This is the foliage color popping time of year. Your foliage has those beautiful fall hues. Happy FF.

Barbara H.

Beautiful, beautiful. Has the Forest Pansy redbud turned into a healthy tree? Last year was a sad one for it, I remember.


Forest Pansy is doing well this year. I think it is just going to have some dieback each year, which actually helps to keep it in scale with its location!

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