Traditional exhibition at the turn of September and October
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The Colors of Autumn exhibition is another traditional annual exhibition of our botanical garden. Its term is variable, it falls either at the end of September or the beginning of October. If the exhibition is at a time when the leaves are already or still coloring, it becomes a beautiful show of what nature can play out in color. As if she knew that a long winter season without colors awaited us and she was trying to supplement it.
One of the most impressively colored trees is the national tree of Canada – the sugar maple (Acer Saccharum), whose bright golden-orange leaves with transition to scarlet are among the first autumn colors in the arboretum. The variety and brightness of the colors are also slightly surpassed by the American western ambrosia tree (Liquidambar styraciflua) with golden, scarlet and green leaves.