Category: Fall

Keep Calm and Gobble On: Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up!

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Can you believe Thanksgiving is two weeks away?. . . me, neither! I pulled together a round-up of recipes for your Thanksgiving feast from the archives and to help you Keep Calm and Gobble On! Click on the links for the complete recipes and Thanksgiving inspiration! *Note: There is a printable recipe link for the recipes that allows you to…

What a Hoot: No-Carve Owl Pumpkins!

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My harvest of pumpkins around the Potting Shed still have several weeks of life left and I’m squeezing out all the enjoyment from them that I can through Thanksgiving since fall is my favorite season!  I planned to share these no-carve pumpkin owls before Owl-oween but October flew by way too quickly! My inspiration came from Better…

A Watering Can Welcome and Welcome November

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Welcome November. . .how did you get here so quickly?  I cut some Limelight hydrangeas, maiden grass and feathery fall grasses to fill a watering can to hang in welcome on the door of the Potting Shed. Grasses are ready to sprinkle, replacing the missing watering can rose. Fall is late arriving here but the leaves are starting…

A Fall Harvest Around the Potting Shed

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The Potting Shed is dressed for fall with pumpkins, mums and corn stalks for a celebration of fall and harvest season! We’ve had a week of beautiful fall weather with daytime temperatures in the 70s, dipping into the 40s and 50s at night. We’re warming up again this week to summer-like temperatures in the 80s…

Potting Shed: Fall Window Boxes and Pumpkins

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I’m adding a little bit of fall and pumpkins around the Potting Shed! It’s starting to feel like fall here in North Carolina! Our daytime temperatures are in the 70s, dipping down to 40s and 50s at night. There’s nothing like the early morning nip in the air after a long summer of energy-zapping heat and humidity to…