We have recently completed a redwood arbor (pergola) over Fr. Seraphim’s grave, as well as landscaping around the grave. Wisteria has been planted on three sides of the arbor, and is being trained to grow onto the top of the structure, so that purple wisteria flowers will hang over the grave in the warmer months. The arbor has a fence with crosses cut out of it, in Romanian style, and benches on either side of the grave. Around the grave and arbor, rockroses, gardenias, and Japanese maple trees have been planted. In front of the arbor, a brick courtyard has been laid, where the faithful can stand when services are conducted at the grave. Directly below the arbor, on the north side, is an area bordered by dwarf hollies and azaleas, covered with cedar bark mulch. Below and around that is a garden area with Japanese maples, lilies of the valley, and other plants, with a ground cover of multicolored rock from Mount Shasta. This autumn, the Japanese maples turned a bright array of colors. We are sharing here some photos of the grave with the new arbor and newly landscaped environs, showing the changing fall colors. The photos were taken on October 30 and 31, and November 3 and 4, 2014.