Fall Harvest Displays are Cropping Up
And they’ll bring an abundance of joy to your property
They don’t call it the harvest season for nothing. Bring the bounty of the season to your property, literally, with fresh-from-the-farm elements. Hay bales make great anchors for a display, while corn stalks add height. An assortment of gourds and pumpkins lend vibrant pops of color.
Think Outside the Box (Or Rather, the Container)
Containers aren’t your only option for displaying some fall flair. Consider accenting your entrances and doors by mounting a swag of fall foliage over top, or flank the sides of signs and pathways with corn stalks, pumpkins, and mums. For areas where you’d like to create a temporary potted display, consider tubs and planters that are light, portable, inexpensive, and lend themselves well to fall themes.
Outsmart Jack Frost
If you live in an area where the first freeze is earlier than other parts of the country, you may want to consider integrating cold-tolerant plants into your display. This will give you more bang for your buck by ensuring you’re able to enjoy your display for longer. Pansies, viola, cabbage, and kale can all last through Thanksgiving, and even longer in areas with mild winters. Don’t forget evergreens, like boxwood, which will retain a rich green color all winter-long. They make a fantastic backdrop for your display.
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