Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Fall Color in Tiger Gardens

Fellow Tennessee Blogger Tina (In The Garden) has a fall color post highlighting a variety of fall colors in her garden which she calls Tiger Gardens.  She doesn't just talk about the foliage, after all fall color isn't just about foliage but also the flowers. Asters, 'Sheffield' Mums, and chocolate eupatorium are just a few of the flowers blooming. Add those flowers to the fall color of sumac, her Korean maple, oak leaf hydrangea, and sourwood and you've got some great fall color, or rather Tina does!

From Tina:
The asters in the Rear Center Garden are in a perfect spot. I may spread them around to make this short hedge a bit larger. Asters are a very drought tolerant plant. These grow in a partly shaded garden and are doing quite well.
Go pay a visit to Tiger Gardens!

The Fall Color Project is hosted each year by Growing The Home Garden.  Visit the Fall Color Project  for more information on how to participate!

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