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Fall Colors in North Carolina

Peak fall colors in North Carolina occur from late September to mid November, depending on the elevation. The further west into the mountains, the earlier the peak fall colors, and the lower and more easterly, the later.

This is the beginning of an array of photos of fall colors in North Carolina. We’ll be adding photos as member of our audience and community share theirs. So if you have photos of fall colors in NC that you’d like to share we’d be delighted to add them here.

You can send them to us via email. Please include whatever caption you’d like to include, such as the kind of tree of plant, the region and approximate date, to help travelers identify optimal peak fall colors in North Carolina. If you have a website or social page you’re welcome to include that as well and we’ll add it as tribute.

This photo is the back of our old house in the woods to share some wonderful fall colors in North Carolina. This is the view of our house from LeAura’s mother’s driveway next door. As you can see, we’re deep in the woods, but the loss of leaves is great for fall gardening here in zone 7a.

Subsequently, the fall garden greens are thriving, so too the sturdier herbs like rosemary, lemon balm and parsley.

Fall Colors in North Carolina

Piedmont Triad Region – Central NC

Peak Fall Colors Mid October — Mid November

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Fall Colors in the Piedmont region of central North Carolina, taken in the second week of November 2020.

Japanese Phoenix Maple in Fall

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Fall Colors in NC – Japanese Phoenix Maple mid November 2020 – image by GardensAll.com

Japanese Red Maple in Fall Landscape

Image by GardensAll.com, Triad, NC, 2020

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Fall Colors in NC – Japanese Red Maple mid November 2020 – image by GardensAll.com

Japanese Red Maple in Fall – Close Up

Image by GardensAll.com, Triad, NC, 2020

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Fall Colors in NC – Japanese Red Maple close up – mid November 2020 – image by GardensAll.com

Calicanthus Raulstonia Hartledge Wine

Image by Will Ferrell – Triad, NC, 2020

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Fall Colors in NC – Calycanthus Raulstonii Hartlage Wine – Image by Will Ferrell, Triad, NC

Stewartia Koreana Waterfall Japanese Maple – Calycanthus Raulstonii Hartlage Wine

Image by Will Ferrell, Triad, NC, 2020

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Stewartia Koreana Waterfall Japanese Maple – Calycanthus Raulstonii Hartlage Wine – Image by Will Ferrell, Triad, NC, 2020

More Photos to Come

If you want to share your fall photos, here’s that info again: You can send them to us via email. Please include whatever caption you’d like to include, such as the kind of tree or plant, the region and approximate date, to help travelers identify optimal peak fall colors in North Carolina.

Care to Share Your Fall Photos?

You can send us your favorite fall photo/s, and include:

  • Name to tribute for photo credit
  • NC area: city or county,
  • Any additional comments you’d like to make about the photo or area
  • Your website or social link if you’d like us to include it.

If you’re in other states you’re still welcome to share your fall yard and garden photos and we’ll add them to this general fall photos article.

Wishing a colorful fall and abundant harvests!

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