Fall in Texas

Fall in Texas

by PJ Kratohvil
of Complete Solutions

Temperatures continue to drop, rain keeps falling, and days are getting shorter. If you’re looking for some ideas going into this fall season, we’ve got a few. Be sure to get outside and enjoy, fall in Texas is one of the best times of the year!

With less hours of daylight this time of year, lighting is a great option to extend your usage. Adding some string lights along a handrail to create a boarder, putting some bulbs in a seasonal wreath for interest, or running some Edison lights to light up the sky all will enhance your space. When it comes to safety and showing off the dynamics of your property, we suggest LED fixtures. These will help visitors navigate walkways & patios while highlighting features at the same time.

Classic Fall Color:

  • Chrysanthemums are a common autumn flower in North Texas.
  • Pansies are hardy plants ideal for North Texas winters.
  • Texas Aster. Fall aster blossoms from September to November in North Texas.
  • Snapdragons
  • Marigolds are one of the best picks, because they bloom in the classic autumn colors: orange, yellow, gold, etc. The two most common groups of marigolds are the French marigolds (Tagetes patula) and the African (Tagetes erecta).

Fire pits/troughs and fireplaces are popular and have been for years. Fire tables can also be a big hit! Their sleek design and easy usage make them a great choice for larger groups, whereas fireplaces are ideal for those looking for a more intimate experience. You can’t go wrong incorporating that fire element with-in your outdoor space. Whether you’re outside enjoying the warmth or inside just looking out, functioning or purely aesthetic it’s a win-win.

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