Fall

Buy your Fall Blooming Plants from Tn Nursery

1. Baneberry

2. Anemone

3. Violets

4. Mayapple

5. Shooting Star

Fall is also a time for blooms! Our plants come in a variety of fall blooming, spring and summer!

Want to see vibrant fall foliage? These are the absolutely best place for Fall Foliages!

New England has gained a reputation as the destination for a profusion of autumn color -- residents take day trips to see the colorful leaves, and foliage cruises, bus tours, and weekend specials at local B&B's abound. Colorado vies for destination honors in the minds of those who have witnessed the vibrant sunshine yellow of Aspen trees in the high Rockies, mainly if there's an early snowfall to cap distant peaks.

 

But spectacular fall blooms and color is not limited to only a handful of locations across this broad continent. Even in southwestern deserts or Alaska, colorful fall scenery can be enough to take your breath away. In Hawaii, leaves on the trees might not turn to vibrant autumn shades, but the sky can take on a distinctive character, and the water seems somehow to be a different blue. And who could resist the lure of bright orange pumpkin fields under a clear blue West Texas sky? That, after all, is the essence of fall.

 

Whether you live -- or where you plan to travel this fall, the seasonal panorama can be short-lived. If a sudden cold front comes through, pack up and head out for a picnic on a back road. Wherever you may be, or wherever you go, resolve to enjoy the fleeting natural beauty that's on display all around you because the timing of the spectacle can vary considerably. 

 

More extended nights influence when leaves begin to turn, but higher altitudes and cooler temperatures accelerate the change. Autumn color comes earlier in northern latitudes and mountainous regions. Fall foliage in the northeast tends to appear as a blanket of color across the landscape, while in other areas, it can appear more like a burst of fireworks or a sprinkling of paprika or curry on an otherwise green or brown patch of land. You might consider yourself fortunate to live in an area with distinct seasons. However, if not, be watchful, and you're sure to be captivated by some of the changes apparent each fall. 

 

Just try to get out to appreciate the show. Here are some suggestions:

 

Camden, Maine

Tourists flock to the charming Down East town of Camden throughout the year, but it has a particular appeal in the fall, when there is not only colorful but also some relative quiet between summer and winter crowds. The foliage and sweeping views of the Atlantic from nearby Mount Battie are worth the trip. Camden's not far from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park if they're on your itinerary. 

 

Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Brockway Mountain Drive on the Keweenaw Peninsula, with a gorgeous view of Lake Superior, is a particularly enchanting trip through brilliant gold and burgundy-tinged leaves, or drive the National Black River Scenic Byway. Check the Fall Color Report that's updated weekly, and be sure to bring a camera. 

 

Seeley Lake area of Western Montana

The yellow pine needles of the Western Larch, also known as tamarack, are unique. This ancient species, which can live to be 600 years old, masquerades as an evergreen, but its needles turn golden and fall to the ground. Winter can come here, in the Crown of the Continent region near Glacier National Park, but it's a detour not to be missed if you're here at the right time.

 

Ozark Mountains between Missouri and Arkansas

There's excellent fall color in the Ozarks. Eureka Springs and Branson are nestled into these sometimes craggy mountains filled with lakes and trout-filled streams, caves and natural springs, scenic overlooks, and curving roadways. There's a lot more than foliage, and you won't be disappointed, no matter what kind you're after. No matter the season, you can enjoy mountain music, shop for antiques, meet interesting people and enjoy the laid-back vibe of small-town life. 

 

Georgia's the Blue Ridge Mountains

If a road trip is your style, plan to visit Georgia for fall, when the air is still warm, the skies are clear, and the foliage is spectacular. The Blue Ridge Parkway is scenic along its entire route, but the colors are particularly intense from the vantage point of Brasstown Bald, the highest natural point in the state. It's a climb to the top from the parking lot, but it's well worth it!

 

Floydada, Texas

Yes, we think pumpkins qualify as fall color! Floydada is the self-proclaimed pumpkin capital of Texas. It's nothing if not unique, and the city sponsors a "Punkin Festival" on the second weekend of October. It's also known for its cotton fields, so the plains surrounding the town can be shrouded in green, white, or orange depending on the season!

 

If it's too late to enjoy the colorful displays this season, it's not too late to plan a fall getaway for next year. There are almost limitless opportunities to enjoy the seasonal shows that nature produces across this vast land.