Late Fall Color in the Landscape

As we ease into winter, late November keeps our attention focused on a few plants that exhibit great color even though a few hard freezes have been delivered.  This is the true meaning of 3 season color; some plants even have 4 season color, though they are few and far between.  This post focuses on this simple theme.

Japanese spurge
English ivy
Green and gold euonymous
Mohican viburnum
Phenomenal lavender
Red twig dogwood
Spreading euonymous
Variegated fleeceflower
John Fech
Horticulture Extension Educator at Nebraska Extension
John Fech is a horticulturist with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and certified arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture. The author of 2 books and over 200 popular and trade journal articles, he focuses his time on teaching effective landscape maintenance techniques, water conservation, diagnosing turf and ornamental problems and encouraging effective bilingual communication in the green industry. He works extensively with the media to extend the message of landscape sustainability, making over 100 television and radio appearances each year.
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