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Fall Foliage Guide
Every fall, nature paints the landscape with brilliant colors. Warm sunny days, and increasingly cooler and longer nights is the signals to trees to stop producing chlorophyll. The leaves slowly lose their green color. A wide range of reds, yellows, orange and scarlets in many hues replace the green color. When this happens, it's time of go "Leafing".
Millions of Americans take to the woods every fall to go "Leafing" or Leaf Peeping", as it's commonly called. Timing is important. The period of peak color is a little different each year, depending upon the local weather conditions.
Gardener's: don't discard those leaves in the trash. They contain lots of nutrients to replenish your garden soil.
Fall Foliage Reports
Listed below are links to local Fall Foliage reports for each state. Use the fall foliage guides to plant your trip for when the leaves are at their finest. Select a sunny day. and go out and enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature....before the snow flies!
The Foliage Network updates by region
Why Leaves Change Colors Understandable detail, great for school reports.
A favorite Fall pastime is planting fall bulbs. These bulbs turn into the first blooms of spring, brightening up and chasing away the dull, grey winter scenery. More on Bulbs
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