I love summer, but fall is quickly approaching us. Last week, I had the chance to preview our local Roger’s Gardens Malice in Wonderland Halloween boutique! I was able to get many fall decor ideas from admiring all the beautiful fall and festive decorations at the boutique.
Roger’s Gardens is a garden center located in Newport Beach. They have all of their items set up as if you are viewing a public garden, but just about everything is on sale! I love walking around admiring all the flowers and home decor, as well as getting great ideas for how to set up my garden.
This year’s Halloween boutique is centered around Alice in Wonderland. They also featured plenty of decor to enjoy during fall to add to your indoor and outdoor space. And, of course, plenty of beautiful flowers and plants!
Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Everywhere!
Pumpkins are a classic fall decor item and there were plenty at the Halloween boutique and other parts of Roger’s Gardens. Pumpkin decor comes in many shapes and sizes, from black Hallween jack-o-lanterns to orange mini pumpkins, there were plenty of ideas to add to your space inside and out.
Fall Plants and Flowers
The gardens were decorated with plenty of fall plants and flowers, as well as other plants that can grow year round here in Southern California. Black-eyed susans, fall greenery, dahlias, roses, and more lined the shops and outdoor spaces in the gardens.
Below are some displays at Roger’s Gardens, with many of the plants available for purchase:
Malice in Wonderland is a Halloween lover’s delight with a dark twist on the Alice in Wonderland story. Characters and items from the story could be found in the boutique, as well as skulls, pumpkins, and plenty of black decor reminescent of Halloween’s past.
Below are some photos from the boutique:
Fall Decor Ideas
These are just a few fall decor ideas that you can add to your inside or outside space. How are you going to decorate your home and garden for fall and/or Halloween? Let me know in the comments section below!
Words don’t this stuff justice! Just gorgeous!
Aren’t they? Roger’s Gardens always has beautiful displays like these!