It's time to bring a little real along with faux to the inside fall decor.
Begins with tan pinkish plumes and then opens to soft fuzziness
This is a faux grass I bought at Hobby Lobby last year and it looks pretty realistic.
In past years, faux plants and vegetables were something I would never think of using. By spring I had petrified pumpkins and gourds that were either rotting or turned into shakers. The pumpkins, gourds, grasses and seasonal vegetables look so good now you would have to bite them to know they were not real.
The buffet is decked out with faux pumpkins, dried gourds and Indian corn.
My buddy the chipmunk is keeping watch on the fall clean up outside!
Annual Rudbeckia is one of my new fall favorites for containers.
Last year I used real gourds and small pumpkins and there were bites all over them at the end of the season.
I haven't put out any Halloween decorations yet, but I think I may put my large pumpkins out in front next week.
Dried Hydrangeas are wonderful for fall decor, Unique on the left, Limelight on the right. They can also be spray painted for Holiday containers.