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Branches. So of course a leafy branch will only last you a couple weeks into autumn, but it may still look great once it sheds its leaves. Take a look at this kid-friendly project that puts branches to good use.
Tips: Inspect for bugs before bringing branches inside. If they still have leaves, keep them fresh longer by cutting them on an angle at the base just before putting in water.
This room makes me want to sit down and look at a good coffee table book. Branches on either side of the desk add personality to a space that may have otherwise felt stiff and unfinished. I like branches for their naturally organic shapes and also because they're easy to find.
Planters. Whether it's big or small, chances are likely that you have a favorite planter you tuck away year after year. While it is certainly exciting to see it again once spring arrives, it may be something you can enjoy all year as well.
Tip: Remove all of the soil used with the previous plantings and clean with soapy water. Rinse out and use fresh soil for the new plants you intend on adding.
Here is another statue, also elevated from the floor for more emphasis and easier viewing.
Pickings may be slim right now, but late summer and early fall can be a good time to shop for a garden sculpture or two, as they can be pricing at the beginning of summer.
What can you bring indoors from your own yard this fall?
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