14 Gorgeous Fall Planters
Here’s some inspiration to create your own gorgeous planters this autumn.
Mix up your fresh greens with dried flowers, seed pods and birch branches. Stuff in some colorful moss too!
Ornamental Corn combines with mums for a classic fall planter.
Do you still have petunias going in your planters? Add some black perennials or coleus to get those harvest colors of fall.
Autumn isn’t just about warm tones, try putting pinks and purples together for a fresh look.
The key to these gorgeous planters is repetition. Use the greens to fill the pot to the brim, then use the decorative elements to make it pop!
Hands down, nothing says fall like these two classics, the sunny faces of Rudbeckia and the black arching blades of millet. Just a simple grouping of the two is dramatic enough.
A splash of chartreuse Hakone grass can add brilliance to fall planters.
Let’s not forget about ornamental cabbages and kale, a standard fall planter staple.
This combination celebrates all the colors of the season with burnt oranges and deep purples.
A simple clean combo with heuchera, mums and ornamental peppers.
This twig planter is great! With just some heuchera, ferns and potato vine, your fall planters can be ready to go.
The planter below is the one in front of my house in late summer. There are elements of it that will continue into early winter… see the next picture!
After the summer annuals are spent, add some fall plants and a few harvest decor elements to finish off your fall planters.
And last but not least, planters don’t need to be big and bold to celebrate the season. Like this super cute terrarium I saw when I was at the Chicago show, see 9 Fall Garden Trends for more cool stuff.
How cute is this terrarium.. perfect for Halloween, yes?
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