Orange is a predominant color in the fall. I’ll have to admit I’m not a fan of orange, but you will be hard pressed to get through the season without it. Orange mums, pumpkins, and Halloween decorations are all around us. I did manage to work it into my garden when I participated in a “Color Our World” project with a great group of bloggers at Project Beautiful.
You can see my post here. Orange Flowers for the Fall Garden
The bloggers in The Project Beautiful group have varied interests, and provided some great posts sharing how they color their world with orange. From gardening to parties, there’s is lots for your to enjoy on this round up of posts.
Lets get started with these great Pumpkin Sugar Cookies from Teri at The Freshman Cook. Office parties, school parties, and Halloween night movies deserve a great pumpkin cookie and Teri has provided you with an easy to make recipe.
Lynn Cherot at Sensible Gardening and Living shares her tips of growing a great pumpkins.
Blooming Secrets provides gardeners with great products, and shares here knowledge of gardening with us. Her post Orange You Glad’s It’s October provides us with a variety of options for the “orange garden”.
Terri Steffes is our “everything food and entertaining guru”. Here on Halloween Bliss, she shares great tips for displaying your Halloween food and decorating with non scary decorations.
Kim from Day to Day Adventures shares her pumpkin patch from volunteer seeds in the compost pile.
Happy Fall Ya’ll, now go out and plant something orange!