Heather invited me here to talk about fall related decor. While I don't exactly have a green thumb, I do love to piddle around in the garden. When the cooler fall & winter months roll around I still have that urge to garden. Plants add so much to a home and I like to have touches of green around to remind me that spring will return again some day.
Every fall I stock up on bulbs and plant a few every 2-3 weeks. This way I have something blooming at all times throughout the winter months. I just love this image with the paperwhites tucked in among the books. I imagine those spots of green in the background are another of my favorites, wheat grass. Wheat grass is super easy to grow. Even if you think your thumb is brown, trust me, you can successfully grow wheat grass.
Another favorite is succulents. Happy little plants that handle a fair amount of neglect = perfect! Here is an idea, if you don't have luck with orchids, stick an artificial orchid into a pot of succulents. No one will ever have to know.
Last but not least are fiddlehead figs. Their green leaves would brighten any room on even the darkest days of winter.
Those are some of my fall decorating tips. Thanks again for having me over today Heather!
I love those Daffodils in the silver bowl, beautiful! The idea of planting bulbs every few weeks to always have something in bloom is a tip I will try this season.