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White House Garden Tour 2005


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Fall at the White House
Ready for the White House Fall Garden Tour, Chrysanthemums bloom in fall colors in the Rose Garden of the White House. Chrysanthemums bloom in the White House fall gardens during the 2004 season.
Orange Chrysanthemums adorn the Blue Room Balcony of the White House South Portico. Fallen Red Maple leaves spark a contrast of color as they rest in a blanket of green grass on the South Lawn of the White House during the 2004 season.
The South Grounds Fountain is encircled by Salvia (Red Flare) and Dusty Miller during the 2004 fall garden season at the White House. Looking out from the Palm Room into the Rose Garden of the White House, hanging baskets of Chrysanthemums brighten up the garden’s shadows.
Varieties of Chrysanthemums, Salvia, Santolina and Asters bloom in the Rose Garden of the White House during the 2004 fall season. Salvia’s purple hues balance the Chrysanthemums’ orange flair in the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden of the White House gardens during the 2004 season.
The East Garden, also known as the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, is filled with Giant Aster, chrysanthemums and Midnight Salvia. The berries on the White House Hawthorne trees come to life in the fall.
The fall foliage is in full view as Marine One departs the South Lawn. The Southern Magnolias to the left of the South Portico were planted by President Andrew Jackson. The fall foliage of trees such as the Horse Chestnut (left) and Willow Oak (right) adorn the South Lawn.


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