Happy Monday friends! Today I am sharing an impromptu post inspired by the beautiful foliage and berries on the azaleas and hollies in our landscape. It has been rainy and dreary all week, so I hadn’t been outside until this morning. When I stepped outside into another gray, chilly November day, I was pleasantly surprised by the vibrant pink and magenta foliage on the azaleas growing just outside our side door. As I strolled around to the front yard, I noticed that the hollies are looking amazing too! This inspired me to share a post about these lovely evergreen shrubs and how they provide beautiful late fall (and winter) garden interest.
Is your garden in need of a makeover or are you are wanting to start a new garden from scratch? Even though fall is well underway and winter is just around the corner, a garden makeover can actually be started any time of year. Here are some easy ways to take your garden from drab to fab no matter what the season. *This post contains collaborative content.
Happy October dear friends! I am so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers, aren’t you? Beautiful autumn weather is finally here in Kentucky, and that means it’s time to enjoy a little outdoor fall decorating!
I just recently started adding a few fall touches to my garden and patio, just in time to share a few photos for “A World of Octobers” Mini Blog Hop hosted by my vintage-loving friend Cecilia of My Thrift Store Addiction. If you are coming over from Calypso in the Country or if you just happened to stop by for a visit, I am so happy to have you here!