front yard tour




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I wanted to bring you to my friend Marti's front yard~it is downright beautiful. I featured her last fall, and I couldn't help but grab my camera and start taking pictures when I was there. She's not only a decorator, but a gardener as well, and so it makes for a killer combination. Her husband is in agriculture, so he gets to bring home some amazing pumpkins.







Aren't these ones cool? I thought they were cement at first!

Funny story with this one: Marti's husband Russ stuck a little pumpkin inside the planter as a joke to see if she would notice. She loved it so she just filled it up. Doesn't it look great?


I love the ones with "warts" ~ they remind me of a witch's nose:



Thanks for letting me share your autumn goodness, Marti!

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend~see you back here on Monday!

35 comments:

  1. I'm loving all the pumpkins everywhere! I'm saving all my pumpkin money for our family trip to the patch...but I'm gettin' antsy and all these cute ideas aren't helping!!!

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  2. She's got it all! And the pumpkins look fantastic. Like Carrie..., I'm saving my "pumpkin money", but since I have an orange room, it's not so bad.

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  3. If I didn't love Marti, I would hate her. In a good way.

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  4. Wow, what a BEAUTIFUL front yard. Shes go some skills. Thank you for sharing, you have great taste. I'm also loving your autumn home decor.

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  5. Wow! I love the ones she nestled into the garden ~ they look like they grew there. Love the little "striped" ones in the pot with the wire, too.

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  6. Very pretty! And what a great idea to put all those little pumpkins inside the topiary form. Thanks to you and your friend for sharing these pics!

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  7. I love how there are pumpkins all throughout the yard instead of one place. This is such a good idea!

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  8. Melissa...that was great! Nice to have a source for all the good pumpkins!!! thanks, xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...

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  9. I've never seen pumpkins displayed so creatively before. She did a spectacular job. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  10. Gorgeous... pumpkins come in a fabulous variety of colors!! The blue gray ones are fantastic, her decorations are such fun!

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  11. Wow! What a beautifully decorated yard!!

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  12. WOW!!! I just love all those pumpkins. :) I'd love to have oodles of them in my front yard, but it's kind of out of the budget this year. Great feature!! :)

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  13. your right! that was a treat :)

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  14. It looks so pretty...she did a great job!
    I must say, though, that the warty pumpkins in general kinda gross me out. They look diseased :P

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  15. I love the pumpkins in the planters. I may have to borrow that idea.

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  16. How gorgeous! I love how all of the pumpkins make it look so cheerful and bright!

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  17. Now that is a lot of fall decorating right there. Cool.

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  18. I loved seeing these pics! You inspired me to go pumpkin shopping today!

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  19. This front yard is amazing with all the pumpkins (and I'm sure without as well). I love it and thank you for sharing! ox

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  20. Gorgeous! Maybe she would let you take pictures inside sometimes. :)

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  21. That is really gorgeous. I would love to have that many pumpkins around.

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  22. I love the unique pumpkins/gourds/squash-whatever they are. Before we moved from KC last year, I bought 3 unique pumpkins and so glad I did because they didn't have them down here.
    I had one of those sage green ones, a dark reddish pink orange color, a salmon color and a creamy white (different shape than your friends).

    Her yard is gorgeous.

    Cheri

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  23. Oh wow! that yard looks amazing!! Lucky for her she can get all of those pumpkins!! that can get SO expensive!

    I got one of those green/blue pumpkins yesterday! I love it!- they didn't have any of the warty ones or white ones though - I need to go some where else - the pumpkins were very slim pickins this year!

    Thanks for sharing!!
    ~TidyMom

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  24. Wow, wow, wow----your yard looks amazing! I never would have come up with such an amazing idea. Love your blog and will visit often! Fantastic pictures. Happy Fall! ~Liz

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  25. Okay, so I know you aren't supposed to covet, but all those pumpkins are amazing! I love every.single.one. I don't blame you for snapping pictures and I bet your friend is flattered. Her yard looks amazing.

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  26. Your friend has a beautiful yard. I love all the pumpkins. She is lucky to have such access to them.

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  27. i love the warty ones too! lol i am decorating too come check out my pumpkin chandlier!

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  28. That just looks so beautiful and effortless - although I know there was nothing effortless about sticking all those pumpkins in the wire planter. She's got her own little pumpkin patch!

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  29. I love Marti's porch and all her different assortment of pumpkins. My favorite are the greenish ones. I'm having a hard time finding them this year. Thanks for sharing her beautiful pumpkin decor.

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  30. I love decorating for fall. It doesn't have to be expensive. Let nature be the inspiration.

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  31. Wow! That's beautiful! Makes my three pumpkins on the porch look pretty pitiful by comparison... :)

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  32. gorgeous!

    -c
    yapping cat

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