Sunday, October 23, 2011

~Fall Harvest~

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend.  We had dry weather and it seems the leaves are changing color all at once.  I picked up this pumpkin at the produce stand by my kids' school on Friday.  Don't you just love the color and shape?
  
It's hard to believe October is already coming to an end and time to put my garden and flower beds to rest until next Spring.  Enjoy Fall!  xoxo K.

21 comments:

  1. Its beautiful Kathleen.
    I am so sad that October is over, it always goes by too fast for me.
    It is my favorite month and time of the year.
    I am dying for it to cool off here to enjoy the last few days of October.
    Hope you can do the same.
    Amy

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  2. LUV that pumpkin! If it's missing~ don't come lookin at my house!
    xoxo,
    Beth

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  3. Quite an unusual colour. Very pretty
    Helen

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  4. I do love your pumpkins color and shape....awesome

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  5. That is a a lovely pumpkin. Do you do anything in particular to get your flower beds ready for winter?

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  6. I love these pumpkins but all the ones here have no stems!!!! ARGH!
    how can you have cinderella pumpkins without stems. Stupid Vegas lol
    xxx
    z

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  7. Such a beautiful pumpkin and it's so lovely next to your button fern! Great photos, Kathleen! Hope you had a wonderful weekend!
    Best Wishes and Blessings,
    Amanda

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  8. I really like the muted tone of this pumpkin! Very pretty! Enjoy fall too! Hugs, Leena

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  9. Yes I love the color and shape of your Pumpkin... I enjoy getting the Heirloom Pumpkins & Gourds that look different and unique. This year's real Pumpkin {we have to use a lot of faux Pumpkins in the Desert due to temps still being over 100 degrees} I found an interesting Green bumpy skinned one in a great shape... it has a beautiful thick stem which I will save for creating a Velvet Pumpkin with later.

    Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

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  10. Yes, I really like its muted color and fine, traditional shape!

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  11. I love your Cinderella pumpkin. Happy fall ;-)

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  12. Our leaves are falling fast, time to get outside and put things away, i'm afraid! That pumpkin is just like the two that i picked up from our farmers market, I just love the soft creamy orange color.
    happy fall!
    t. xoxoox

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  13. I love the color of your pumpkin! I haven't seen one quite like it. I ventured out and got a grey pumpkin and I love it! Happy Autumn to you!

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  14. a perfect pinky orange color to the pumpkin- cannot believe it will be Halloween this weekend...

    Karen @ Brayton homestead Interiors

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  15. such a nice pumpkin, great colour,love your photos
    Gail x

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  16. I love the Cinderella Heirloom pumpkins!!!
    They have such a great shape and lovely colors. I found an orange one, and a sage green one this year. The white ones were stemless!!!
    Your little vignette is very sweet, Kathleen!
    xxxooo

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  17. I love the muted color of it. So .... faded charm would describe it just right!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  18. Kathleen - I just adore that sweet angel vine next to your darling pumpkin! It's my fav indoor vine! :)

    xoxo laurie

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