Fall Touches Inside and Out

 I decorated the top of my piano with a bucket of hydrangeas and few silk florals.

I don't do a lot of interior decorating for fall~just a few touches.
 Lets go outside and see what is new in the yard~
summer is waning and the garden is testament to that.
 Purple asters are in bloom under the cherry tree 
now with just a sprinkling of roses left.
 The old iron bed is still covered with morning glories.
 This is also where my roses and tomatoes grow, side by side.
 The tomatoe plants have been pulled out, save one.
An iron bird bath is new to the garden from summer antiquing runs in New Hampshire.
 If your birdbath is too deep I was told to
 put a rock in it so the birds 
will have a stepping stone~they don't like a deep bath.
 A vintage wire plant stand holds tiny mums
 and assorted clay pots by the front door.
 I plan to add some small pumpkins to the stand soon.
A few more pumpkins will fill the old iron planters too~
Yes, fall is on the way to Boston.
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