If the warm hues of autumn are your favorite, a trip to the farm can bring you more ideas than you can count, for a rich fall color palette!
Squash and pumpkins come in all shapes and sizes, textures and color combinations. Bright orange, rich yellow, dusky brown and muted blues or greens, too.
Eat them with your eyes, decorate your table, and enjoy the change of season by bringing nature inside and out.
And there are more traditional fall farm goods, like gourds, Indian corn, straw bales and corn shocks -- any of these natural elements can be a basis for your home color palette.
Pumpkin patch photos by kimbesa.
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Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed this article!
What a beautiful page, I loved all the different color and shapes of the pumpkins!
I haven't tried blue corn, but for next year, I have my eye on a corn with variegated leaves that produces black kernels. My one challenge is where to plant it that it won't get destroyed by wildlife. We had a big problem with ground hogs this year.
kimbesa, What do you think of Hopi blue corn?
Thanks! Fall will come around again, and I'm going back to this pumpkin patch to try out some new shapes.
I like that glass pumpkin in the center. actually, you have some nice items here.
It is so interesting the wide variety of pumpkins, here I have only seen one type - sometimes big, sometimes smaller but the same basic shape.
Thanks! They are very popular around here. I think it's both the colors and the shapes.
I like pumpkins, they are so healthy, beautiful and colorful. Nice article!
Glad you enjoyed it! If your weather is anything like ours here, you have to grab those nice fall days when you can, because it won't be long until they turn cold and gloomy.