All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘fall foliage’

Plants and container design to brighten up the shade. These plants are bursting with color and well-suited to shady conditions.

Made for the Shade: Low Maintenance Fall Planters Bursting with Colour

Just because outdoor planters are in shade doesn’t mean they can’t be full of vibrant colour. The planters in my front garden are almost completely shaded so I need to be careful what plants I choose. Not only should the plants be well-suited for the lack of light, but also they need to have bold hues to brighten up the …

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Simple Thanksgiving Table Decor Craft Project With Fall Leaves And Burlap

Fall Leaves and Burlap DIY Candles

These festive autumn candle holders combine some of my very favourite craft supplies to work with: mason jars, fall leaves, and burlap ribbon. This simple project will add a rustic glamour to Thanksgiving entertaining or make a great gift.   Burlap reminds me of fall. I’m not quite sure why, perhaps because it’s the colour of the garden going to …

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Gold Leaf Whiteoak

Bring the Outdoors In: Gold Leaf Leaves

Any way to bring the outdoors in is worth the effort in my opinion. Thankfully I’m not the only one who shares this thought. Today we welcome Dria from DIO Home Improvements, a DIY blog filled with projects and healthy living ideas. Dria is here today to share a project that looks far more luxe than it costs to make. …

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Virginia Creeper In The Fall

Wordless Wednesday: Virginia Creeper

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Fall Foliage from East to West

Not long ago I returned from a trip through New England at the height of peak fall foliage. Driving from Ontario through Quebec, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine gave a dynamic variety of scenery to drink in.  The colours lit up like neon signs when hit by the sun and changed so dramatically from the golden waves of black walnut, horse …

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