We feel a certain sorrow at the passing of light and sunny summer days, yet the best days of fall give us some of the most stop-and-pause moments of the year because of our beautiful gardens, neighborhoods, and parks.
Waxing nostalgic for balmy (or crisp) fall days is a rite of passage into winter. Autumn ushers in memories of lawn football during halftimes, drives into the mountains, and keeping a watchful eye on what captivating colors this tree or that will give us this year.
We spend as much time as we are able enjoying the last vestiges of life before… winter.
It is a season that lures us outdoors and gives us a new palette to admire – and design for. It is the time of year when we can take meaningful stock in what areas of our landscape are doing well, and those that could use a fresh new approach. Nothing says next year’s landscape has to look just like last year’s.
Have Outdoor Craftsmen out to your property to talk about your space and ask us your questions about the changes you’re yearning for.
It is time to move forward in preparing for next year looking towards the new buzz of life that transforms our environments, and souls, each spring.