Hyde Park Est. 1909, A Donald Ross Design

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Fall Flower Displays

Fall is in the air now and with that comes one last push to get some color in the flower beds and planters before old man winter arrives. There are several areas around the clubhouse and paddle ball courts showing off some fall color. Flowers and grasses mixed in with some fall staples such as straw, cornstalks, and of course pumpkins and gourds.
At the main entrance we have a fall display of Osaka White/Red Cabbage and Amazon Neon Purple Dianthus.
The bag drop area features a nice fall display of Mums (Bewitched variety), Peacock Red Kale, Nagoya Rose Kale, Purple Garden Mums, and Sangria Ornamental Peppers
More Osaka White/Red Cabbage in front of the Proshop, along with some Mums(Jack O' Lantern variety) in hanging baskets
Some of the planters seen throughout the area have Purple Fountain Grass, Millet, Nagoya Rose Kale, Black Pearl Ornamental Peppers, Sundaze Flame Bracteantha, Diamond Frost Euphorbia, and mums and pansies.
In addition to the fall displays, a new perennial bed was installed which include three different colors of Astilbe, Varigated Liriope, and Oakleaf Hydrangea var. Munchkin. These should fill in nicely in the coming years.


Bryan Miller, Horticulturist

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