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Bricks ‘n Blooms Weekly 49

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I hope you had a great week!

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What a week it was!

I finished decorating for fall in the gardens.

And I realized you can do a lot less planting with the more pumpkins you use around the beds.

True, they are at risk with the squirrels and my dogs getting to them, but so far, they all still look pretty good!

On a different note, Chris and I spent the weekend visiting with Shana at Ohio State.

We had a good time and can’t wait for her to come home for the holidays.

What’s Happening at Bricks ‘n Blooms

It was a fun week on the blog!

Earlier in the week, I shared 19 easy-to-find plants for fall garden containers together with my outdoor planter recipes for 2021.

19 Easy-to-Find plants for fall garden containers

I also shared my October fall garden tour on YouTube where I talked about fall plantings and what’s happening next to prepare for both winter and spring.

Wait until you see the beds and how my raised garden beds did this year!

YouTube video

And finally, I shared how to make the best compost recipe.

I’m often asked how I feed my plants and aside from my houseplants, annuals, and container gardens, I really focus on good healthy soil.

And adding compost is a huge component.

CLICK HERE to learn how to make your own!

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As an added bonus, I joined the super talented ladies from Welcome Home Saturday who featured my How to Keep Fresh Flowers Longer post.

The Welcome Home Saturday round-up is a weekly post that shares amazing home and garden blogs from around the web.

So feel super honored to be sharing with these talented home and garden bloggers this week.

To check out all the incredible home and garden inspiration, CLICK HERE.

Amazing Inspiration from Around the Web

I love finding cool inspiration from around the web and wanted to share some of what I’m loving right now.

My good friend Jenn from Down Shiloh Road shared her pretty autumn kitchen.

I love her vintage decorating vibe, don’t you?

Photo by Down Shiloh Road

My good friend Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse shared a super easy DIY fall garland that I know you’ll love!

Wait until you see how easy it is to make!

Photo by The Ponds Farmhouse

How adorable are these Halloween cupcakes by my good friend Mary from Life at Bella Terra?

I LOVE them!!!

Photo by Life at Bella Terra

Kim from Shiplap and Shells shared her best tips for overwintering geraniums a few different ways.

If you grow geraniums and want to keep them for next year, you’ve got to read her tips.

Photo by Shiplap and Shells

And here is some more inspiration you’ve got to see!

THIS baked peaches recipe.

THIS blue and white fall living room.

THESE tips for transitioning your porch to fall.

I love THIS story about renovating an AirBnB Cottage.

THIS fall beverage.

How cute is THIS fall DIY decor idea?

conversation pit on the deck fall home tour 2021

Thank you so much for following along.

Enjoy a beautiful day! xo

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  1. Stacy,
    You are so sweet to share my garland. I didn’t do a round up this week. To much going on, but I’ll get back to it.

  2. Your garden still looks so amazing Stacy! Thank you so much for sharing my geranium post. I appreciate it so much.