Fall Potting Shed 2022

Hi friends! It has been quite some time since I wrote a blog post. I was so excited for Spring, and then Summer went way too fast! I’m joining my fellow blogger friends today, sharing our Fall Greenhouses/Potting Sheds….I invite you to head to their blogs as well, at the end of this post!

Fall Potting Shed

Fall is such a beautiful time of year and we have had such wonderful weather so far! To add some Fall touches to the shed, I started some ornamental cabbage from seed for the first time ever, with the intent on using them in my shed window boxes. I started them July 1st in a seed tray, and when they were big enough, planted them in the garden to continue growing. They kept growing and growing, and then I realized I had bought crane mix. Which are great if you are going to use them in bouquet’s. They were quite tall, and weren’t really what I had in mind. There was no way they were going to fit in the window boxes! Note to self, when purchasing seeds to start, pay attention to the variety. I still used them in front of the shed. We dug them out of the garden, and placed them in individual pots inside galvanized tubs (that hid their long stems) So I purchased mums to sit inside the window boxes. For something a little different, I placed a pumpkin in the middle of two mums in each box.

place a pumpkin in a wire hanger instead of a mum

I didn’t want to purchase mums for the wire hangers. Mums add up when you are buying alot. And besides, they need alot of water, and I was very honest with myself…I knew I would get tired of grabbing a stool and watering the hangers every day. So I placed a big pink pumpkin inside each hanger.

Coconut enjoying the wheelbarrow

The old wheelbarrow my dad gave me was planted with herbs for the summer. I wheeled it around to the front of the shed, and placed a couple of pumpkins in there as well. This was a favourite spot for Coconut to curl up in.

Nutmeg spies Coconut in the garden (he is the white furry lump haha)

I put together a hydrangea wreath for the door, and I was really pleased with how it held up outside in the rain and wind. I think one of my favourite parts of the Fall shed are the foxglove flowers that grew in the cracks of the cement “porch”. They are one of my cottage garden favourites, and I was quite happy that they had reseeded there.

Who spies Nutmeg?

The wreath my daughter made me, looked perfect inside, hanging on the cupboard. The faux pumpkins scattered around in the shed were nice to see when I was repotting plants, or curled up on the lounger on a cool day.

Coconut enjoying the shed (after rolling around in the dirt by the looks of his dirty fur)

As you are reading this, I am taking this all down and starting to decorate for Christmas! I like to do it as early as possible because I am not a fan of the cold! Thank you so much for stopping by to have a look at how I decorated my shed for Fall!

And be sure to stop by my fellow blogger friends and be inspired!

Enjoy! xo

7 Greenhouses, Potting Sheds & She Sheds On Fall Tour - Blog Hop

Click on the highlighted title to follow along on the tour:

Decorating the Greenhouse for Fall - Down Shiloh Road / Greenhouse Garden Tour - The Flowering Farmhouse / Fall Inspiration from our Farm by Southern Home and Farm / How To Prepare Your Greenhouse for Winter- Azure Farm / 9 Greenhouse DIY & She Shed Ideas for Fall - The Ponds Farmhouse / Fall Decorating Ideas for Outside The Greenhouse - Shiplap and Shells / Fall in the Potting Shed - Hyrdrangea Farmhouse

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  1. Emily says:

    I love your potting shed! I dream of having one just like it some day!!! So beautiful!!!!

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you Emily! xo

  2. ginette4 says:

    Love the fall shed but I’m loving what I saw on Instagram this morning!! Christmas tree in the shed, it looks beautiful

    Oh and I love the curtain (sheet) that you chose for the sink. Everything looks stunning as usual

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you so much Ginette! xo

  3. Marilyn says:

    How absolutely gorgeous. Your kitties add wonderful accents to the decor. Nothing like a touch of fur to add to the cozieness!!! xoxo. Can’t wait to see your Christmas creativity soon. Love Mom.

    1. Tracey says:

      Thanks Mom! xo

  4. Lynda says:

    Beautiful job as always!! 🥰❤️

    1. Tracey says:

      Thanks Lynnie! xo

  5. I hope you know how much I love your potting shed Tracey, especially the way you’ve decorated it for fall. Your hydrangea wreath is gorgeous. Coconut and Nutmeg really seem happy in this comfy space. So many beautiful details my friend.

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you Kim! xo

  6. Tracey,
    Everything looks so beautiful! Thanks for joining the blog hop.

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you Rachel! Thank you for having me! xo

  7. Tracey, I love how you’ve decorated for fall! Everything looks so beautiful. And your cats are too cute, perfectly posing in each fall scene 😉

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you Jennifer! xo

  8. annette says:

    I love this! So beautiful

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you Annette! xo

  9. Your greenhouse is definitely goals ! This tour was amazing! I can’t wait to see your Christmas decor!

    1. Tracey says:

      Thank you Jenn! xo

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