We’re headed into peak leaf peeping time in Eastern Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas. I recently wrote an article highlighting two arboretums and other locations where you can take in the colors.
Read that here: Leaf Peeping
Two things I learned that I didn’t know:
The Jenkins Arboretum is not far from King of Prussia. It’s a little oasis in the midst of suburban sprawl. They also have some unique trees (read about them in the article).
The Morris Arboretum, a peaceful retreat in urban Philadelphia, has a Japanese tree, a Katsura, that’s different and lovely. Its leaves smell like a fun and tasty treat… (read about that in the article, too).
Happy leaf peeping!