Fall has been slow to arrive in North Carolina and I’m slowing making my way around the Potting Shed, adding some fall color with pumpkins and mums.
We’ve had a warm week with temperatures in the 80s but we’re cooling down a bit in time for the weekend.
Our leaves are just starting to show the first signs of golden fall color.
I cut some lespedeza that borders the field next to my Potting Shed, to enjoy the wispy golden leaves in watering cans and to hang on rakes.
Black-eyed Susan vine has climbed the ladder this summer as a trellis and the cheery yellow flowers are enjoying our warm summer-like temperatures.
I switched my Potting Shed Garden Shop Sign to a seasonal and spooky sign for Halloween! It’s hanging on the hardware cloth frame with some vintage garden tools, an old rake head, Indian corn, bittersweet vine, mini pumpkins and crows.
The spooky sign on the back door of my shed was featured in Better Homes and Gardens special publication, Halloween Tricks & Treats Magazine in the Spellbinding Outdoor Decorations section.
*Beware of creepy witches, black cats, and spooky bats!*
You can find part 1 of Fall Around the Potting Shed, here.
And featured in Celebrating Everyday Life Magazine, a wonderful magazine to curl up with! You’ll find inspiration and 100+ ideas to decorate, feast, and make merry for the fall and winter seasons!
Hope you’re enjoying some fall color where you are!
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