|Top: Euonymus alatus "Burning Bush" considered invasive in|
some areas of Illinois but always a beautiful fall foliage bush.
Bottom:Acer saccharin "Marsh" is native to North America.
This tough tree will grow to 80 feet of golden beauty.
|Top: Cornus florida "Cherokee Chief" Dogwood. |
Native to North America, this small tree has lovely red leaves each fall.
Bottom: Acer x freemanii "Autumn Blaze" was hybridized in Batavia Illinois.
It's a combo of a red maple and silver maple.
|Top: Elberta Peach, standard turns a lovely golden yellow in the fall.|
Bottom: Acer rubrun "Franksred" is a Japanese red maple native to North America.
It glows this time of the year.
|Beat down with rain, the leaves remain lovely. |
Even the little creeping charlie leaf wanted attention.
|For every walnut left on a tree, there are thousands on the ground. |
Walking is like skating on marbles this year.