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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Autumn Colors In Yang's Nursery: Japanese Maples and Others


This is the time of year when even driving on a highway or in a residential area provides an opportunity to marvel at the colorful foliage palette.
But,  while driving we can't enjoy it to its fullest extent, right? To absorb all the beauty which the fall offers us we need to step on the ground and better yet - on the ground where the beauty is concentrated, isolated from the distractions of the road and this can be all yours for half an hour or around that.
I found such a place for myself, that offers a wonderful, breathtaking show twice a year - Yang's Nursery'.
Here, I can treat myself with a walk through the garden with hundreds of types of maples and other trees, with a talk to its knowledgeable and friendly owners, Mr. and Mrs Yang, and -yes -with a spotting a plant or two for my own garden.
Here are some pictures I took recently. They cover just a small portion of the garden, but there are hundreds of the pictures I posted previously, and there are links to some of them at the end of this post.

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More pictures from the Yang's Nursery:
Japanese Maples and Others in Yang's garden. Part 1
Japanese Maples and Fruit Trees in Yang's Garden. Part 2
Japanese Maples. Autumn Madness
Japanese Maples. Picture Gallery

On the Yang's Nursery&Landscaping website,  pictures of the variety of Japanese maples can be viewed with their names.

***Copyright 2014 TatyanaS

11 comments:

  1. Un tripudio di colori!! Quegli aceri poi sono colorati come sulle riviste!!! Complimenti.

    Un coloratissimo saluto :)

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  2. Stunning pictures, Tatyana! I especially like the ones where you show the trunks of trees with leaves behind them. This is a great place to de-stress and appreciate the season. P. x

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    1. Pam, as you, I think that tree trunks are as beautiful as their foliage! Thanks!

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  3. Beautiful,
    Love seeing all the colors.
    I couldn't pick a favorite.
    Thank you for sharing our PNW and Yang's

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    1. Cinnamon, thanks! We do live in the beautiful corner of the world!

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  4. Wow, beautiful, stunning color! My favorite is #43, with the leaves arranged around the base of the potted plant. Just lovely!

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    1. Beth, thank you! The place is amazing, and I love to walk among those pots.

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  5. The owners are doing a great job offering such a variety of maples!

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    1. Irene, they are very knowledgeable and helpful! Thanks!

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  6. What an incredible spot for enjoying fall color.

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