When fall creeps back around in late September and the temperature cools down, it’ll be time to pull out all your favorite seasonal decorations again. When the time comes, you won’t want your fence to be left out, so you’ll need a plan for it too! We’ve got a few tips to help you draw up the plan of decorating your fence for fall.
Use fallen leaves as decoration!
You’ve already got to rake all of the dead leaves off your lawn – so why not use them to decorate your fence? Gather them all and place them in planned piles along your fence line for an extra decorative layer under your beautiful fence.
Decaying leaves are also great nutrients for the soil, so when fall is over, you’ll have a leg up on your fence line’s fertilizer for next year!
Don’t forget about the fence posts!
Your fence’s posts are the best place to arrange some attractive lighting or a special fall plant you’ve been cultivating. Some fences are high enough for you to put more lavish decorations on, like statues or (if you want to be really fancy and have the infrastructure) tiny fountains.
Fall wreaths and flowers
Anyone who’s decorated for fall before knows that wreaths aren’t just for Christmas. If your fencing type can accommodate it, it’d be a good idea to include some evenly spaced fall-themed wreaths across your fence line. Flowers can also be draped over the sides, but, if they’re real flowers, take care to hang them in a pattern that allows for even watering.
Of course, first, you’ll need a fence so you can have all the fun decorating it. We’ve got lots of different types and you can pick and choose your favorite if you don’t already have one.