That's exactly what I told my kitchen garden. Your season is over (for now) little kitchen garden and you need to get with the program.
Here you are in all your summer glory!
But some new folks have moved in....
I'm not sure I'll want them stay for long. You know what they say about house guests and fish - they both start to stink in 3 days.
Why.....are those the ghosts of Sweet Bee, Worker Bee, Baby Bee, Sam Cat, and Brody Cat?
They won't tell. Their lips are sealed. FOREVER! (cue the spooky music)
Okay...here's what it took to create this spooky spot.
Gothic looking fencing from Home Depot. They're just plastic. Purchased last year for the big parade in our home town.
Tombstones from Dollar Tree this year.
Ghosts created from really cheap sheets from Walmart, black marker and some glow-in-the-dark paint.
Ghost supports are tomato spirals - they're supposed to support your tomatoes, but they don't seem to work well for us - but they're perfect for ghosts.
Little (misshapen) ghost heads made from plastic store bags and newspaper. Heads are tied with a ribbon.
It's windy here today and the ghosts just look like they're floating above the garden. I hope I don't jump if I see them moving out of the corner of my eye.
I have to say I love how the orange nasturtium pops against the black of the tombstones. What a happy accident!
Such a treat to see you again! We'll be having the annual Halloween bakeathon very soon and you're invited to come along. It's always so much fun to sample all the treats.
Here's where I'm linking up today!
Between Naps on the Porch