News

<< BackEmail Campaign Archive

Bring Your Holiday Spirit Outdoors...

The holidays are just around the corner. Many of us are going to deck the halls inside for the festivities but sometimes we forget about our outdoor space during the colder months. Our front porch is where we welcome our friends and family into our home all year long and there is no better space to start your holiday decorating than right there. Most people are familiar with a classic wreath or doormat but the possibilities for decorating are endless. For example, GE Landscape Supply has a variety of large planters to get you started.We have Urn styles for a classic Victorian look, sleek square pots for modern styles and colorful planters for anything in-between. In the summer, they can overflow with lush greenery and flowers, but sometimes their look can fall flat in the fall and winter months when our seasonal flowers wilt and our ornamental grass dries out. However, your planters can be just as festive and beautiful all year round. During the fall and winter holidays, they are the perfect place for a welcoming arrangement for the season. 

Here are a few fall and winter holiday decorating ideas that can help you get good use out of your large planters all year long.

The Pumpkin Topiary

These are a fun fall trend popping up on front porches everywhere. While they look a bit daunting, creating this elegant look yourself is not as hard as it seems.

Check out this DIY Article to make your own. 

 A Fall Foliage Planter

A mix of fall foliage, corn stalks, and pumpkins makes for a great Thanksgiving arrangement for your large urns. 

An Evergreen Holiday Planter

With a few evergreen bows and some holly berries, your entryway could be just as inviting as you are this holiday season. 

Here are a few articles to help you create a holiday planter that fits your style.

Avant Gardening, House of Hawthornes, Ottowa Garden Design

 

Feeling inspired. Show us how you decorate your planters and outdoor space for the holidays on our Facebook Page!  

Published: November 1, 2017

Materials
Calculator