The Cool nights. Crisp morning air. Fall is here!
Fall is just not for raking leaves. It is also a great time to celebrate the fall harvest. So grab a cup of spiced tea and let’s get decorating!
An easy and quick way to add fall to your containers is to add mini pumpkins and gourds around the base of your container and have them poking out. Also cat tails, wheat or decorative leaves stuck into soil will add fall interest. You also may want to consider adding fall ribbon.
Need to re-do your containers? Consider the traditional fall mums, kale and cabbages. If you are looking for a more modern look, fall blooming annuals add a tremendous amount of color and designing to fall displays. Grasses, pansies and million bells are just a few plants that will bloom until a hard frost. You can also add gourds and mini pumpkins around the edge of the container as stated above. Looking for a “no plant” window box? Place sugar pumpkins in the window box for a simple look. Add some decorative leaves or just leave plain.
The front porch is one of the most appealing areas of a home, especially if it is inviting and well decorated. Start lining your front walk at the street and continue to the front porch. Bales of hay will provide a stable surface for planters, scarecrows, colorful gourds and any other items you wish. Place gourds and pumpkins in groups and use empty pots to raise them to different levels. Also add mums and cabbages wrapped in burlap. Place on and around the hay. Add cornstalks. Tie to columns or stick a shovel into the ground and tie the stalks around the handle to hold them up. If you have any old worn rakes, shovels or other lawn tools lying around, put them to a decorative use!
Don't neglect the inside of your home! Our showroom is full of fun fall decor, from pretty seasonal pots and plants, to decorative pillow, pumpkins, treats and more. Perfect for a gift-giving or to brighten up (or spooky-up) your home. Here is a sneak peek:
Spooky dinner party? Or, just tickle the kids funny bones with these tableware gems:
All things fun and festive