This 30-second time-lapse video shows Southview crews in action, removing summer blooms in the KARE 11 Back Yard and replacing them with fall mums, asters, kale, and other fall favorites.

Crews planted 45 mums of various colors and other fall plants in just 3 hours.

Ready for the 5-o'clock broadcast!

By the end of the summer, this raised bed was overflowing with potato vines in both green and purple, hibiscus, begonia, petunias, and sunpatiens in a variety of colors.

Soon the mums and sedum in the bed will be ablaze with fall colors.

Big thank you to Victor, Maria, and Sarah for the installation, and Theo and Corey for the scheduling and coordination of materials. Another job well done!

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