Magnificent Fall Container Gardens You Need To See

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The fall season is officially here, which means that there are many colder days ahead of us. But, the colder weather shouldn’t stop you from taking care of your garden. You can still keep the garden space vibrant with some fall containers. So, for that purpose, today, we have made a collection of several Magnificent Fall Container Gardens that you can get inspired from.

The first thing that you should have in mind when making one such fall container garden is to choose plants that will endure during low temperatures. So, consider adding grasses. They can add height and texture and will look good with other plants. Also, you can use kale. It looks pretty eye-catching and it lasts through frost and even snow. And of course, besides plants you can use some pumpkins, branches and other natural items that can look great in combo. They will take much of the space, so no need to spend money on many plants. Pack them in tight, since there won’t be a warm season of fast growth to fill in. And now go ahead and check out the fall container gardens that we have chosen for you today and get inspired to make one for this fall. Enjoy!

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Magnificent Fall Container Gardens

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As you can see, these fall container gardens can be quite versatile. They differ on what’s on the inside as well as in the type of the planter. You can use a basket, a terracotta pot, a concrete planter etc. And you can choose to place them somewhere in your backyard, or one the front porch. Or maybe even you can plant fall plants in a window planter box to beautify your house exterior. Just make sure you secure them well, since they can be pretty heavy.

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Photo via: southernliving.com
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So, which one from the above fall garden containers did you like the best? Tell us in the comments and try to make some to beautify your backyard or front porch. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other wonderful decor ideas for your outdoor space.