Fall Decor Ideas
As the days get shorter, Proven Winners created Fall Décor Ideas as inspiration for outdoor or indoor decorating. Enjoy the seasons with Proven Winners.
Carvable craft pumpkins turned rustic fall hanging planter! With a few pieces of hardware and some rope, this planter came together in under half an hour! Find a detailed supply list and step-by-step instructions here. When done, plant up your pumpkins with some cold-tolerant fall plants.
Take a walk through a field or your own backyard and collect what you want to use in a simple wreath for fall. Start with a grapevine wreath, bunch together assorted ornamental grasses in varying colors and textures and attach with floral wire. Enjoy it on a wall, your table, or the front door. You decide!
Fire Light is the gold standard of panicle hydrangea varieties. Exceptionally hardy - growing and flowering well even in chilly zone 3 - this flowering shrub is easy to grow and reliable for even self proclaimed "black thumbs". Huge, full blooms emerge creamy-white and age to a vivid red in summer, lasting into fall. Fire Light makes a great cut flower, fresh or dried, and can be used as a hedge, specimen, or incorporated into flower gardens and foundation plantings.
It's time to refresh your front entry for fall! Let’s think beyond the obvious and liven up our front porch with bountiful containers filled with cool weather loving plants for fall. From calendulas to coral bells, here are ten striking plants that offer seasonal color, rich texture and an unexpected twist on traditional autumn displays.