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Decorate for fall with horticulture

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Pumpkins, gourds, Cool Wave Pansies, kale, mums, tree and shrub branches, ornamental grasses, asters, dried corn, dried hydrangea blooms, berries, hay, fresh and dried flowers – all add fall color to the home and garden for fall. These horticulture products make it simple for a homeowner or business to decorate using the seasons rich color palette.

Inspiration is everywhere. Whether it comes from nature’s brilliant colors, displays at your local garden center or your creative neighbor’s front porch, these not-so-common ideas give a unique twist on fall and Halloween decorating.

Green Profit’s e-newsletter, Buzz!, featured a ‘not-your-typical-fall color combination’ from Terrain using grays with yellow, off-white and chartreuse. Be sure to click through all the pictures for even more ideas.

Here is a great idea from Diana Stoll at The Planter's Palette: place floral foam in the bottom of your pumpkin. Use the bounty of dried flowers and seedheads offered by your garden and create a dried arrangement.

In fact, pumpkins as contains seems to be all the rage this year. They are the perfect size and vessel for holding seasonal plants like the ornamental kale and mums. So how will you decorate for fall?




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