Let’s continue our Pennsylvania theme with a quick shopping trip to Terrain at Styer’s store and nursery. With an array of indoor and outdoor autumn harvest accessories, here are a couple of picks I love that can easily find a home in your garden.
A former water tank constructed of iron and slate now doubles for a modern planting container that makes a statement. It has a certain feel of authenticity that you cannot find in fiberglass or cast resin planters. Mix it in with some more simple planters and let this one be the centerpiece. Make sure to pick the perfect spot for it because once it’s in place I’m guessing you won’t want to move it.
This terra cotta candle holder can bring a feeling of warmth to a patio whether or not a candle is burning inside. I would buy a bunch of these and line them up in a row on my outdoor dining table. How about putting them on top of a wall or along the front walk as a fresh take on luminaries during Halloween? They would be perfect!
This super sleek gunmetal glazed birdhouse was designed by Denver Artist Michael McDowell. McDowell has created multiple plant and garden-related ceramic products. It may provide refuge to a feathered friend before things go south for the winter and it looks great too.