Asters and Mums are blooming now and make the yard look so fall-like.
Even the Rosemary is getting into the action and blooming one more time before the cold weather arrives.
This spider may give some of you the creeps, but I find his web and body pattern facinating. Unfortunately, his web got torn down when I planted pansies. The web was hooked to some Vinca and when I removed it from the bed, the web tore. I hope he relocated!
I used the arrangement that I made last fall for my front door. I added the chocolate brown ribbon for an update.
Screened porch – I love Indian Corn. I have had this bunch for years and years.
This piece came from my grandmother’s house. I wrapped some beads around it to glissen in the sun. Can you see my pumpkin topiaries in the background?
I save my gourds, dry them, and then clean them up to re-use. I love the color and texture of these old gourds.
These gourds are volunteers from my garden this year. They are the only thing besides some Basil that survived the deer!
I originally thought that I’d skip Halloween decorations, but I couldn’t resist putting out a few of my favorites. I love my Byers witch and cat. Mama bought them for me a long time ago.
This candy holder was my grandmother’s. It is old, but I don’t know how old.
This was in our basement when Mr. SP bought our house. The original owners had three children, so I guess it belonged to one of them.
I bought this old sap bucket at an antique show a few years ago. I love the expression!
One last picture… This old scale is on my kitchen counter. I love the pumpkin on top of it for this time of year.
I hope you enjoyed seeing touches of Fall from my neck of the woods!