7 Ways to Decorate Your Fall Garden Naturally


| 9/21/2017 12:00:00 AM


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Photo by Noelle Johnson

The days are getting shorter and the shadows longer. A nip can be felt in the air, and it’s time to celebrate the arrival of fall. Not surprisingly, natural materials such as gourds, dried corn, mums, ornamental kale, and, of course, pumpkins are a great way to welcome autumn in the garden.

Let’s look at seven ways to decorate your fall garden naturally that aren’t only easy to create, but are inexpensive as well.

1. Intersperse multi-colored pumpkins in high-profile areas of the garden. The unique colors will draw attention by providing a welcome splash of color in the cool-season landscape.



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