There is nothing like the look and feel of fall. The cooler, dryer days bring out assorted colors in the trees and a fresh outlook. Halloween and Thanksgiving will soon be upon us and now is the time to start bringing out the fall décor.
How do you decorate with plants in the fall?
Incorporating natural fall greenery and flowering plants like mums or asters are a great way to simply bring in some fall colors. Bold, rustic colors, including rust, orange, red and purple will give a calming look to your interior spaces.
What greenery is for fall?
Adding in natural fall greenery to your interior décor can be lovely and soothing. Dried flowers, mosses, and grasses are also a nice alternative. Fall leaves provide a wonderful color palette. Ornamental cabbages and kale are so bright and vibrant and can be used in many different decors. Succulents can be combined with pumpkins for a unique yet trendy display. The light grey of eucalyptus leaves add to the beauty of almost any arrangement and they smell amazing and fresh. Dusty miller is another light colored annual. The leaves are a very pale, almost white, shade of green.
What do you put in a fall planter?
You can fill your planters with a wide assortment of items that will stay fresh well into the fall season. Items like pumpkins, gourds, purple fountain grass, dried grasses, leaves and cornstalks are very long lasting. Cool tolerant flowers like black-eyed Susan, mums, dahlias, geraniums and asters. For beautiful greens try some sedum, ornamental kale or coleus. For a bright showy plant with a fluffy texture try some fuchsia celosia. For a striking white and purple planter consider using purple salvia, pink encore azaleas surrounded by a stunning white trailing bacopa. The super colorful croton with its bright colored stiff leaves can be planted with the softer lime green and purple sweet potato vines. This combination is long lasting and will give you a great pop of color at a very affordable cost.
When should I decorate for fall outdoors?
Sometimes it can be tough in the southern states to know when you can start fall decorating. The first cool dry mornings won’t arrive until well into October in most of Florida. But to be “in sync” with the seasons it is safe to start your fall decorating anytime after mid August. Once the kids are settled into their new school year routines you can start focusing on the fall holiday decorating.
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Let Nivtop take the hassle out of seasonal decorating
Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year. Show off your business or medical facility with gorgeous professionally designed décor and live plants with the help of our experienced team. Not only will we bring the beauty of fall to your office or retail location, but we will maintain your plants and displays to keep them looking fresh and beautiful until they are switched out with the winter holiday décor. Contact Nivtop Creations today for your design consultation. Visit us online at https://nivtopcreations.com/ or give us a call 813-382-6803