Gallery of Autumn Leaves

October portraits of
Viburnum trilobum 'Wentworth'


Highbush Cranberry

Early October (2004) leaves of 'Wentworth' Highbush Cranberry
take on a pinkish red hue against green.

Highbush Cranberry

A week later, the hues have aged to rust-red.
Though there are no berries showing in these two portraits,
there are many still clinging higher on the bush,
but the best leaf color seems to be low on the bush.

Read more about this shrub on the
Viburnum trilobum 'Wentworth' Page.
& to see the berries, go to the
'Wentworth' highbush cranberry page of the Pomes & Berries gallery

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