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I’m Bonnie Phipps Moninger from Boulder, Colorado, and those pictures had been taken in November 2021. I’ve been gardening since 2006 in Boulder and had by no means observed our fall colours so stunning in our lawn (Zones 4–5), and it lasted means into November.

garden with golden ornamental grass and dry hydrangea bloomsThe Eastern woodland grass (Hakonechloa macra, Zones 5–9) grew to become any such stunning copper and had been accentuated by means of the bronze of the ‘Annabelle’ hydrangea heads (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Annabelle’, Zones 3–9) and the darkish maroon of the PJM rhododendrons (Zones 4–8). The scene took my breath away. This was once the primary 12 months I planted rhododendrons, which might be arduous to develop in Colorado, and I used to be overjoyed to peer the autumn colour in their leaves.

view of garden with bright red foliage in frontIt is a other point of view of the similar space and contains Magic Carpet spirea (Spirea japonica ‘Walbuma’, Zones 4–8) within the combine.

bright foliage and lots of conifers in the gardenThe spireas pop a number of the purple of the dwarf smokebush (Cotinus coggygria, Zones 4–8), the vegetables of the boxwoods and Geum (Zones 4–9), the yellow of the Itoh peony (Paeonia hybrid, Zones 4–9), and the dwarf globe blue spruce (Picea pungens, Zones 2–8). The pyramid shrub is ‘Inexperienced Mountain’ boxwood (Buxus ‘Inexperienced Mountain’, Zones 5–8).

blue conifer surrounded by plants with fall foliageEvery other point of view of this space displays spireas within the foreground, plus the dwarf blue spruce and Hicks yews (Taxus × media ‘Hicksii’, Zones 4–8) in the back of.

close up of conifers and fall foliage plants

This tapestry contains Mesa Verde spreading spruce (Picea pungens, Zones 3–8), blue avena grass (Helictotrichon sempervirens, Zones 4–9), redleaf barberry (Berberis thunbergii, Zones 4–8), and Carol Mackie daphne (Daphne × burkwoodii, Zones 5–8) amongst another usuals.

garden path cutting through two garden bedsSpireas pop everywhere in the lawn and fit the colour of our round artwork piece.

ornamental grass plumes in front of red foliageThe variegated feather reed grass (Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Overdam’, Zones 5–11) seems hanging towards the orange rocket barberry. A weeping Norway spruce (Picea abies, Zones 3–8) is within the background.

bright orange flower surrounded by fallen leavesAn African daisy (Gazania, annual) pops out of the autumn foliage.

 

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