Missouri Botanical Garden Fall Photo Album, posted 2012-09-29

When we think of colors at the Botanical Garden we typically think of the brightly blooming flowers of the spring and early summer.  While some brightly colored flowers remain in the autumn, there are also other places where bright colors can be found like the reflection of the Climatron above and the plants along side the reflecting pools.

The next four photos show some of the colors that can be found in fruits, vegetables, and seeds.

Colors can also be found in foliage as seen in these photos.

And, finally, a few images of flowers still in bloom in late September.

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