i started work here in Dec. 18, 2014. what i saw planted here, i couldn't wait for this day to happen. in the fall it will be more stages of color. first that hedge in the foreground w/the biggest Bradford Pear will turn a fiery red. its dwarf Burning Bush (Euonymus atropyrpurea). & Red Maple (Acer rubrum) in the back ground w/the tall white pines (Pinus strobus) will turn red or orangery red. the Noway Maples (Acer platanoids) will either turn yellow or pukey green or brown up from freeze. the Bradford Pears will turn purple on the very tips to red to orange working its way down to yellow on the bottom & in center of the tree as long as it don't have a hard freeze early as those will be the last to turn when everything else is already bare & usually have the color on those trees w/ the first or 2 snowfalls. to me it won't be a surprise. its only a total surprise to normal people that don't know plants....lol. can't wait to see it happen!