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The best places to see fall foliage in the Philly region

The best places to see fall foliage in the Philly region

Most people think of Laurel Hill and West Laurel Hill as historic cemeteries, but they are also an accredited arboretum, with many native and non-native trees. While both have fall foliage, arboretum manager Aaron Greenberg says the best colors are at West Laurel Hill, where visitors can enjoy long alleyways flanked by sugar maples, which are known for their bright red color, and by ginkgo trees, which turn a distinctive yellow color, then drop their leaves. Don’t worry, even if you miss the color, Greenberg says the carpet of leaves remains a seasonal wonder. For more professional guidance, join Greenberg on one of his annual foliage tours, scheduled this year for October 24th and November 7th. Peak foliage is typically the end of October through the beginning of November, but follow their social media for updates.

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