Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 4, 2015

Fall Color In The Klamath Mountains

A recent article in September issue of Regional Parks Botanic Garden Newsletter describes fall color in the Klamath Mountains. It states

Now is the time for azaleas to turn russet and orange, flowering dogwood to display orange and red-purple, wild roses shocking red, huckleberries vivid hues of red purple, bigleaf maples golden yellow, water birches pale yellow, and black oaks shades of gold and orange. All of this against a dark green backdrop of evergreen conifers.

Read the full article and see photos at  A Well-Kept Secret: Fall in the Klamath Mountains of Northwestern California in the September Newsletter.


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