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!

One view at Jenkins Arboretum in Devon, PA. Click the picture to visit their website.

One view at Jenkins Arboretum in Devon, PA. Click the picture to visit their website.