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!
Happy fall everyone! Are you in the mood for pumpkins??? If so then this is the post for you! On Friday I had a day off from teaching so I woke up early to do a little junkin.’ On my way to my favorite Habitat Restore I drove past Hatcher’s Greenhouse… and it was like being in a fall dream! I couldn’t believe what I was seeing through the fence…pumpkins and mums and pansies for days!
Do you love the idea of growing house plants, but suffer from a “black thumb?” Do want to use plants to add color and style to your home? Then try out some trendy succulents! Succulents are some of the easiest and most efficient plants you can use to add style and color to your home while working on improving your gardening or design skills. If you don’t want to fool with growing plants at all but you love the look of succulents, the good news is that there are some amazing faux succulents on the market today. Read on for three ideas for decorating with succulents, live or faux. *This post contains collaborative links.