Last of the Autumn Color in My Ohio Landscape

I just put together a video featuring the last of the Autumn color in my landscape.  This features my shade garden, shrubs, and many trees that I recommend.  Be sure to check out the highlights in this blog post.

Last of the Autumn Color in My Ohio Landscape

dome in autumn color

The video features the best of color in my landscape this time of year.  I love the leaves as they turn with the cooler temperatures.  This year seems to be better than any year I can remember.  Be sure to watch the video below. Using a new feature on my video editing program so I hope you will take the time and comment and let me know what you think of it.

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You all know I love creating videos using my iPhone.  Be sure to find me on YouTube if you are a subscriber so you get the first view of the videos I put together.  I have tons of content on my Bren Haas YouTube Channel.

Highlights from Autumn Color In My Ohio Landscape

Last of the Berries on the Candymint Crabapple Tree

All-Time Favorite Autumn Color Trees Are In this Photo Collection below.

What do you think of these plants and trees? The Cleveland Pear, Bradford Pear, and Black Tartarian Cherry Tree are some of the most beautiful trees for Autumn color.  Be sure to comment or look me up on social media @brenhaas if you share my post tag me.


This just may be my all-time favorite tree ever.  All four seasons it is an amazing tree in my Ohio landscape.  I was even able to start some new ginkgo trees from seeds that fell from the tree.

Post Featuring Autumn Color

Here are a few other posts featuring some of my favorite autumn colors in my Ohio garden.  Be sure to click over and leave a comment.  I would love to inspire you to add some of these beautiful plants to your home garden.

Autumn Blooming Montauk Daisy

Montauk Daisy Review

In this post I share a quick video highlighting the beautiful Montauk Daisy in a Review.  My readers will find images on this perennial along

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Let’s Connect

In conclusion of this post, I would love to hear from you so be sure to reach out on my website.  You can find me on social media links featured on this page or @brenhaas.   I look forward to hearing if you were inspired to grow some of these plants, shrubs, or trees in your home garden.

Happy Autumn,

Bren Haas

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