October 31, 2013 The Beauty of Fall October 31, 2013/ Mil Hurley The fall glory of a maple "Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower."Albert Camus Dark red leaves of itea play off the dark foliage and snowy white autumn flowering eupatoriam. The rose is 'Betty Boop', making a final showing herself! The fall fruit of the kousa dogwood provides color and texture! Fall blooming anemone Autumn blooming sedum provides a frame for the garden behind. Fall tolerant annuals like petunia, pansy, ornamental kale and even Swiss chard make their own fall display. Before this season ends, take a walk, a bike ride, even a drive, to enjoy the gift of the colors of autumn! The fall displays of fothergilla (forefront) and amelanchier Canadensis (background) are muted beauty.