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Autumn in New York City usually goes by so quickly. We normally get one week of scarves, sweaters and pumpkin spice lattes before the thermometer plummets and winter winds start howling.  This past week, with temperatures in the upper 50’s and 60’s, has been surreal. Cool weather makes the city so much more enjoyable. Working on roof gardens in November in t-shirts is a rarity. Hypoestes and other hardy summer annuals are still hanging on to dear life riding out the warm spell for all it’s worth. While driving out the Long Island Expressway this afternoon, I realized that the fall color seems to be at its peak. Take advantage of the gorgeous weather this weekened and enjoy the last fall foliage of 2011!

Roof Garden on a Sunny November Afternoon

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