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3 TIPS FOR CREATING EYE CATCHING FALL & WINTER SEASONAL DISPLAY

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Fall is arguably one of the most beautiful seasons of the year! It boasts gorgeous colors, cool, crisp, refreshing air, seasonal activities and pumpkin spice lattes 😊

With mother nature already setting the stage with fall colors, invoking a fun and festive atmosphere, we need only provide accompaniments to the natural beauty already there.

At Schill Grounds Management, fall is one of our favorite times of year as we not only get to enjoy the spirit of the season but also, help usher it in. We love creating beautiful fall and winter displays for our clients and their customers. So, if you’re ready to create your seasonal displays, here’s 3 Fall & Winter décor tips.

 

FALL DECOR

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Fall is an opportunity to benefit from the most beloved season of the year by complimenting the natural aesthetic of the season.Take a cue from the colors in nature and decorate with Mums, Kale, Pansies and Cornstalks to make your landscapes warm and inviting. 

Cornstalks and pumpkins are a sure indicator of seasons changing from summer to fall. Mixed with an arrangement of a variety of mums and other annual flowers, you’ll have a complete fall arrangement.

Mums are a seasonal favorite and are available in a variety of blooms. Displays consist of arrangements in landscape beds, stand-alone focal pieces in containers or mixed with other seasonal colors.

Plants in containers can complement, soften, add color and elegance to entry ways and patios.

You can have fun with mums by mixing and matching colors with other accents for colorful displays, or you can make them the focal point, using standalone pots for as a bold statement.

 

WINTER ARRANGEMENTS

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While fall might be America’s favorite season, Christmas is its favorite holiday! Winter decor creates an opportunity to capitalize on the holiday spirit. 

Plants such as Evergreens give off a cheerful, magical aura, almost like a wonderland amid an otherwise cold and monotonous winter. Their bold presence in contrast with a dull and colorless backdrop, bring cheer and variety to your landscape.

You can add vibrant berries, colorful bulbs and other interesting elements to enhance your displays. Honestly, the possibilities are endless!

Pansies and violas are perfect for cool weather displays. Not only do they provide a rich and vibrant color, they’re able to bloom throughout the fall, survive winter frost and bloom again in spring! Not all varieties are guaranteed to survive, so do your research before ordering.

 

 

BEST TIME TO ORDER FALL & WINTER ARRANGEMENTS

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Because of limited quantities, the best time to pre-order materials for your arrangements is now. Suppliers carefully determine inventory, as to not overstock, freeing up greenhouse space during winter months.

Materials are available on a first come, first serve basis, so waiting can lead to limited options and increased pricing if demand increases. Your best option, is to pre-order and lock in your plant materials now to avoid shortages and overpaying.

Make this season one to remember! Customers, residents and tenants will love the cheerful atmosphere created from your fall and winter arrangements.

Let our team award winning team customize your property's seasonal display this fall and winter season. Contact a Schill client care specialist today to learn more about enhancement programs at 440.327.3030, or fill out this contact form. 

Topics: Plants, Flowers and Seasonal Color, Enhancements & Add-On Services, landscape design

Tanya Shephard

Written by Tanya Shephard

Tanya Shephard is a client care specialist and has multiple years of experience working in landscape sales and design. She is certified with the ONLA in pruning and plant care and in her spare time, enjoys DIY projects, animal rescue and boating.

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