|The lower leaves on my Physocarpus capitatus/Western Ninebark are quite crispy.|
|Dried up ninebark leaves and seedpods|
|Twinberry Honeysuckle has browning leaves to match its dried up berries.|
|Our native elderberry is also crispy.|
|'Pacific Fire' vine maple has been sporting dried up leaves along with yellow ones for quite a while now, despite watering.|
|The lower leaves on my purple coneflowers|
The forecast for tomorrow calls for a major wind and rain storm, so when the wind comes tomorrow, the leaves will probably fall off and blow away.
But, I do have some real fall colors in my garden.
|In just the past couple of weeks, a great many leaves on the pin oak have turned.|
|There's great color on the leaves of the new paperbark maple too.|
|Red Twig Dogwood is showing some beautiful color too.|
|This leaf reminds me of stained glass.|
|Red Osier Dogwood is a lovely shade of orange-red.|
|Blueberries are renowned for their great fall color.|
|Mukdenia rossii 'Crimson Fans" against still green hardy Geranium foliage|
|Even the leaves of edible rhubarb are coloring up, and looking quite stunning.|
|Bigroot Geranium leaves that are starting to turn really stand out against the still green ones.|
|The reason why it's called Fall.|
|The leaves of my new 'Forest Pansy' redbud|
Hooray for fall rain!