Fall into Miracle-Gro

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It’s my favorite time of year- fall! Well, I love fall and spring the same amount, actually. The changing of the seasons, and the fact that we get to leave extreme weather behind us is always a good thing in my mind. I love the colors that come about in the fall- we are in the Northeast, and you know what that means- the leaves change colors in some of the most amazing hues imaginable. It’s easy toFind beauty in the Fall.

Now, while I love my roses, and it’s true that they and most of my other spring and summer garden can’t make it in this weather, not all is lost 🙂 Fall gardening and gardens are some of the prettiest, with their deep colors and rich tones. We love mums here- always have- and we just bought a whole mess of them. My son has quite the green thumb, not something he got from me! Thank goodness for the Miracle-Gro Facebook page, where I get tons of ideas that are easy for me and fun for him. (Of course, I don’t let him handle the actual product.)

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We are planning on spending part of the weekend planting them, and beautifying our lawn and garden. We also still have some of our edible garden growing- the pumpkins are not yet mature, and the lettuce, turnips, and carrots are not ready yet, either. We tried to grow corn- but only one lonely stalk took root, LOL.

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We are also excited about fall decorating- there is so much you can do with fall plants to decorate your home. From centerpieces to your lawn, I love the variety you can work with. One of my favorite things to do is the traditional bale of hay with mums and dried corn husks. Pintrest is a great place to find some fun variations on this classic decoration. I like this one– it’s basic- but it’s what I like!

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Comments

  1. We haven’t made space for an edible garden yet but my son, the cucumber addict is insistent we make one soon! Well, at least by next year.

  2. I wish I could get out and work in the yard 🙁

  3. I need to rework our garden now that the weather is turning cooler.

  4. We did our garden last week. I still have a bit more planting to do before the cooler weather. If course I always include some miracle grow

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