Decorative Porch and Planter Ideas for Fall 2023
ENJOY AND GIVE A NEIGHBORLY AUTUMNAL GREETING to passersby and visitors this festive season of refreshingly warm fall foliage and color. We’re adding decorative arrangements now and scheduling appointments for planting seasonal favorites beginning late October.
We're also scheduling fall & winter landscaping appointments through November, so bring color and texture into your life with an email to Mark@ArtThatGrows.com or call to Art That Grows at 214-987-0006, or complete the "Let's Discuss" request form below.
FALL IS HERE AND EVERYTHING IS COMING UP PUMPKINS, GOURDS, PANSIES, CABBAGES AND KALE...AND MORE!
Art That Grows has happily satisfied clients throughout Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Far North Dallas, Plano, Richardson, Lake Highlands, Lakewood, and Oak Cliff.
Here are a Few Examples of Decorative Entries, Porches, Planters and Front Yard Ideas for this Fall Season
HARMONIZE ENTRY PLANTERS WITH A COMBINATION OF PLANTED KALE, CABBAGE AND PANSIES!
FEATURE AN ARRANGEMENT OF FLOWERS AND KALE IN YOUR OWN UNIQUE, FAVORITE PLANTER,
OR LET US SUGGEST ONE THAT YOU'LL LOVE!
Summer to Fall Transition Keep your landscape interesting throughout the year with change-of-season replacements. In this example, spring/summer annuals were replaced with distinctive, decorative cabbage and kale.
Ornamental cabbage is the term used for types with broad, flat leaves that are edged in a contrasting color. Ornamental cabbage and kale grow approximately one foot wide and 15 inches tall. The 'Osaka' series has fast growing, compact cabbage types with bluish-green, semi-waved leaves with pink, red, or white centers
Technically, ornamental cabbage and kale are all kales (kales produce leaves in a tight rosettes; cabbages produce heads). But in the horticultural trade, ornamental kale is the term used for types with deeply-cut, curly, frilly or ruffled leaves.
It is drought tolerant and has no pest or disease problems. It is very easy to divide after blooms die back and plant throughout your garden for lovely fall color, late September until frost. It will bloom the season following division.
Marigolds are a popular annual flower that grow in nearly any soil types. They have large layered flowerheads and bloom in the spring, summer and fall seasons. Even though they are often thought of as spring through summer flowers, they really perform much better from late summer up until frost.
Ornamental peppers peak in the fall, and are a great choice for fall color! Splashy, colorful ornamental peppers add dazzling bursts of red, purple, yellow, orange, black, or white to the garden. And many cultivars display upright fruits that change color as they mature.
This season we'll prepare your beds for fall and winter. We'll add mulch and compost to your beds and fertilize for the best effectivity. We'll also set automatic watering systems or instruct you on the best irrigation practices for your landscape.
Fall is in full swing, and we are ready to make appointments for fall and winter color changes! Pansy, cabbage and kale crops will be ready in late October and we're scheduling appointments through November, so bring color and texture into your life with an email to Mark@ArtThatGrows.com or call to Art That Grows at 214-987-0006.
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