Parthenocissus tricuspidata “Veitchii”, the Boston Ivy or Japanese creeper - Leaves are trilobal with toothed margin, They are light green in spring, bright green in summer and turn purple-red in autumn. http://www.vivaiguagno.com/en/trees-grow-plants/parthenocissus-tricuspidata-veitchii/
An example of beutiful autumn colour from Amelanchier lamarckii. Looking through the pins, it's easy to see how people fall in love with a plant and want to collect all of the varieties. At the moment, I'm wondering if we have room in our hedge for A. grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance', as well. Then again, it may well be that the two I plan on buying will hybridise to create something wonderful all on their own.
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