Fall color

We got the well-watered summer and dryish fall we needed here in the Bluegrass area to yield the best fall foliage. I don’t usually think to plant oakleaf hydrangea for fall color, but this one of my neighbor’s (above) is gorgeous right now. One more reason to plant the iron-tough old favorite.

Another angle on the oakleaf hydrangea
St. John’s wort also has good fall color

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