As we speak we’re visiting with Cherry Ong in Richmond, British Columbia.
Fall is the time to shut the backyard, and it looks as if making topped pumpkins has develop into a practice for me. Listed here are this yr’s handmade Thanksgiving items. (I stored two for myself!)
A pumpkin topped with succulent cuttings from the backyard
The number of textures and colours of succulent leaves makes a wonderful association.
A dried hydrangea flowerhead provides to the show.
I attempted one thing totally different this yr. A few of these pumpkins are topped with blended nuts, pine cones, silver bell eucalyptus, and strawflowers. Those who have succulents require weekly watering, however people who don’t require even much less upkeep.
White strawflowers (Bracteantha bracteata, Zones 10–11 or as an annual) are from the summer time backyard. Completely satisfied Thanksgiving to all!
This season introduced plenty of Turk’s turban squash to the