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October 4th 2021

Bogs Boots Giveaway

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In our part of Washington, where it stays cool and wet for much of the year, keeping dry and warm is essential. The team and I have been wearing Bogs for many, many years, and we’ve found them to be the only insulated boots that hold up over time with heavy use. 

My personal favorite is the Neo-Classic Mid, and I recently got a pair of the Arcata style, which are great for wet, cold days but are cute enough to wear into town. Chris loves the Classic Ultra High, and the rest of our team members wear a variety of different styles. Our barn entrance is always lined with so many of their boots!

Erin Benzakein's boots in a field of orange tulipsOur friends at Bogs have generously offered to give away 10 pairs of boots here on the blog. Their amazing team has also offered to give all of our Floret Online Workshop students a coupon for 25% off!

To enter, please comment below and tell us what you’re most looking forward to this fall. Sadly, this giveaway is only available for residents in the U.S. and Canada. Ten winners will be randomly selected and announced at the bottom of this post on Tuesday, October 12.

For more of my favorite things, be sure to check out the Floret’s Favorite Things blog post. 

Please note: If your comment doesn’t show up right away, sit tight; we have a spam filter that requires we approve comments before they are published.

UPDATE: A big congratulations to our winners: Katy Fenley-Banks, Katherine Fitchett, Stephanie, Benita Warkentin, Gerryanne, Jennifer Hood, Lisa O’Neil, Libby Masaracchia, Abbey Murphy and Sara Wilson

6,270 Comments

  1. Dinorah Salazar on

    The crisp air….
    the cool air on my face
    the plants dying back
    getting ready to rest
    a change of season…..
    praying for rain

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  2. Stephanie Swengel on

    Let’s get down and dirty in those in those Bogs boots! Healthy soil = Healthy plants! Let’s grow a rainbow of colors! Diggin nature!

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  3. Juliana Duursma on

    Looking forward to all the fall colors.
    Autumn is such a colorful time of year.
    Excited about learning more about flowers!

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  4. Heather O’Brien on

    I am looking forward to more classes from you! I am also looking forward to putting the garden to rest which signals time to start planning the next year. Armed with more knowledge gathered through the fall and winter, I anticipate an even bigger, better garden.

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  5. Sofia Torres on

    I’m so excited to start the course! See you all soon!!!!

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  6. Phyllis Fowler on

    Oh my gosh so many things, to start, seeing my grandgirls jump in a pile of leaves I just raked, and who hasn’t done that, visiting the pumpkin patch, drinking hot apple cider, the leaves changing colors on my maple trees, so beautiful. Most of all Fall is my favorite time of year.

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  7. Peggy Buarotti on

    I am so excited for autum to finally be in full swing!There is nothing like the changing of the leaves and all things harvest here in the beautiful Pocono Mountains.Happy Anniversary to my wonderful husband on this October 14th!

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  8. Sam on

    Winding down and relaxing and looking forward to spring flowers and garden planning.

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  9. Kirsten M Anderson on

    I’m looking forward to crisp air & warm drinks. Our gardening in Florida is still in full swing, so some great fall veggies and flowers in hues of orange & yellow!

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  10. Susan Bragg on

    I love fall. It is a time to recharge and start new. I am looking forward to cooler temperatures, fall festivals, a fire in the fireplace, planting fall flowers and most important spending time outside with family. I am also excited about ordering seeds, making changes in the garden and planning for spring.

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  11. Ashley Blatnick on

    I am looking forward to cooler nights, fall activities, and scouring the internet to source news seeds and varieties to grow next spring. Nothing better then curling up on the couch with coffee and dreaming about next years garden!

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  12. Rhonda Bruns on

    I am looking forward to planting new seeds and bulbs for next year! Fall is my favorite time of year with all the beautiful warm colors and smells, orchards and pumpkin flavors!! yes! I am also looking forward to a Season 2 of GrowingFloret (fingers crossed). much love!!

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  13. Robin Ure on

    I am most looking forward to the labour of love that is our property. Tearing out the spent flower beds, planting tulips, sipping coffee on our front deck. Earlier beautiful sunsets and drives to the ocean.

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  14. Stacy on

    Lots of fall planting at our new house, College Football and pumpkin baking!!

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  15. Kat on

    Um, cider donuts, dahlias, and pumpkins!

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  16. patrice longmire on

    Well today I started to tidy up my garden for winter. I am digging up the tubers and harvesting the seeds from my zinnia’s. I was wearing my Burks… but dreaming of some new gardening boots. I have learned so much from all the information you give to us so freely in line and now MAYBE a pair of gardening boots! Yes please. I have purchased your books and your gardening belt along with all of my flower seeds. Life changing for me. My garden was amazing this year, thanks to your seeds and the knowledge I have refrenced from your books. I even had a free flower stand out in front of my little house. I saved jars all year and made sweet bouquets for anyone walking by. It was such a blessing to see people carefully pick out their bouquet. I did leave a sign to ask them if they could return the jar for next year’s garden goodness. I received so many sweet thank yous and lovely messages. Flowers really can change the world. Thanks always!

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  17. Megan Wight on

    Fall running! I just had a baby in September and was just cleared for exercise, and I can’t wait to get out on a run!

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  18. Amanda steele on

    I’llm excited to dig up my first tubers and learn to store properly! We moved to a different town and I’m excited to bring a little piece of our first home with us! I’ve never dug them up before so I’m really excited for the whole process!

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  19. Danneen on

    I’m ready for coziness in front of the fire and baking with my husband. Making plans for our gardens next spring

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  20. Nicole on

    Closing on my first home!

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  21. Rebecca Barrows on

    I’m so excited for all the beautiful colors and taking my girls to the Apple orchard ♥️

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  22. Tessa on

    I’m looking forward to prepping and planting our 150,000 tulip bed. It’s the most we’ve ever planted!

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  23. Alicia on

    I love fall the most! It’s the best time of year for me here on the east coast. The colors, feelings, crunchy leaves, rainy Sundays, chilly air. It’s all a dream!

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  24. Sujata Millick on

    As a new home flower grower with a small cut flower business, I look forward to feasting my eyes on catalogues, videos, and stories of other growers, so I can be armed with their experience as I sow this fall, and plant more in the spring. It’s time to rest my garden body after one last push, but exercise my mind and eyes.

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  25. Jaime on

    It’s my first fall in the USA in 3 years. I am so excited to simply see leaves change color!!! Such a beautiful view that I’ve missed!

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  26. Jessica on

    With each season comes change but for some reason fall makes me the most reminiscent of all. I look forward to the bridge that fall is between the hot summers and dreary fall and welcoming our first rain!

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  27. Carmela on

    Looking forward to backyard camp fires, planting a bunch of spring bulbs in my new gardens and cooking my favourite slow cooked fall meals, while watching the leaves 🍁 turn colour gives me renewed hope.

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  28. Janice Rensch on

    Fires on the patio enjoying the beautiful Michigan fall colors ❤️

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  29. Jenn Zettel on

    I am looking forward to planting bulbs and seeing all the fall colour!!!! I also look back at all my tages from the seasons plants and make a list of must have for next year! ❤

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  30. Erica on

    Planting some bulbs and enjoying some warm drinks as the weather changes.

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  31. Tamara Burgy on

    I cannot wait to harvest all my pumpkins and squash. I love getting my garden ready for fall. I’m ready for cozy nights around the fire.

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  32. Corina Heinlen on

    I am looking forward to planting all of my bulbs! And planning my garden for next year💐 expansion expansion expansion!!

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  33. Shantell on

    Planting my tulip bulbs! 1st timer! Hope they bloom 🤞🏻

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  34. Marcia on

    Looking forward to a shift from outdoor work to indoor work and learning and planning for next year.

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  35. Denae Skaar on

    I’m looking forward to seeing the colors change and play in the leaves with my kids! 🥰

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  36. Leslie W. on

    I’m looking forward to watching my toddler and infant daughters marvel together at the beautiful change of the season on our little farm here in Western NY!

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  37. Donna on

    I’m looking forward to sweater weather , cleaning up from summer gardening and getting beds cleaned up for next year. Already planning for where plants will be going for next spring ! Yay!

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  38. Beckie on

    I’m looking forward to digging up my dahlia tubers and seeing how many I will have next summer!

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  39. Carleigh Campbell on

    My husband and I just purchased our first home! I’m so excited to be able to start my journey flower farming!! I look forward to planting bulbs and perennials this fall!! So I get a great start at a productive beautiful flower farm!

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  40. Allison Scully on

    Looking forward to planting my tulip and allium bulbs !!

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  41. Jacqui on

    Ah the Fall, it cannot come soon enough with the promise of cooler temperatures. I live in zone 9b and we are in a terrible, terrible drought. I honestly hope Fall brings us some rain…..any rain…..I’ll take it and be grateful.

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  42. Minda on

    Looking forward to planting 300 bulbs to liven up the spring gardens!! Never thought I’d be waiting for a frost with such anticipation.

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  43. Sarah N Larsen on

    I’m hoping to slip in at the last minute for the giveaway. We just moved to an 88 acre farm and am really looking forward to dedicating a piece of it to flower farming. Learning everything I can this Fall!

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  44. Mary Beth Sassen on

    I’m a newer flower gardener and have big plans for next spring here in Ohio. I’ll be planning all winter!

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  45. Kristine Towns on

    Looking forward to getting my spring garden in check with your fall mini sessions!

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  46. Halo33 on

    Have the winners been announced yet?

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  47. Marcia on

    I am so looking forward to beautiful hikes here in SC and planning my garden for next spring while I sip hot cocoa!

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  48. Deb on

    Taking what I learned during my first year of gardening and planning my 2022 garden! Time to read and research!

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  49. Hannah Julian on

    Beautiful colors in the Smoky mountains, hikes with our kids, putting thousands of bulbs in the ground for spring, and plenty of baking to keep the house warm and happy. 🥰

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  50. Francesca on

    I am really
    looking forward to
    slowing down. Drinking coffee outside with a cost sweater while watching the leaves flutter by.

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  51. Natalie on

    Cooler temps to weed and take longer walks with my dog!

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  52. Kathleen on

    Fall is Maine’s most glorious season. Looking forward to warm days, cool nights, everything you can bake with apples, sweaters and socks, and starting each day in my Dahlia garden enjoying the overnight changes to my flowers.

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  53. Laura Binder on

    It’s fall and I continue to look forward to picking my beautiful dahlias!

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  54. Erika on

    I’m excited to plant bulbs this year!

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  55. Anne Wiper on

    Looking forward to getting all my bulbs in new terraces I built this fall. And even more fun watching them go big in the Spring.

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  56. Margaret Duncan on

    I’m looking forward to warm coffee drinks, gray PNW weather, decorating for the holidays, and making new flower beds!

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  57. Cindy Jatras on

    Autumn is my favorite time of year. Beautiful colors, crisp cool air, piñon wood smoke in the air and fall garden abundance. For me, it’s a time for reflection, planning and renewal.. Oh, and making leaf mold.. 😌

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  58. Dominika Best on

    I am looking forward to digging up my dahlia tubers for the first time and planting my first winter cover crop! It’s my first year being a serious gardener and I’m so excited to see what new flower varieties I can also grow during the winter months. I’m in Los Angeles so I get to have an extended season.

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  59. Mary on

    I’m looking forward to walking my dogs in the cooler temperatures!

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  60. Brittany Breuninger on

    I am looking forward to the slowing down of life, the rich and vibrant fall colors, at least one family camping trip, hunting season and time to put the gardens to bed and plan for next year!

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  61. Christine Shamber on

    I am looking forward to digging up all my dahlias so I can redo all my flower beds!!! And cooler weather!! So sick of sweating!!! lol

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  62. Monica Roundtree on

    I’m loving the fall weather so far. I’m looking forward to getting the garden ready for next year and I’m hoping we can go find some colors of fall!

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  63. Lisa on

    I love the golden sunlight, crunchy leaves, and chai tea. :)

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  64. Mandy Culbertson on

    I’m looking forward to crisp mornings with blankets, a good book, and tea as I look out on my garden.

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  65. Audrey Julien on

    The autumn fresh air !!! The million colors of the trees. My first time digging dahlias tubers !

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  66. Tam on

    I am looking forward to sweater weather and cool weather crops like leafy greens

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  67. Lauren Lane on

    Love to watch the leaves change and the cooler weather.

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  68. Lindsey Gouwens on

    This fall I’m looking forward to mastering the dahlia dig and store project! @Sweet_Peas_Stems

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  69. Sarah Martin on

    I’m looking forward to beautiful colors and smells and chilly air of fall!

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  70. Alisha on

    Bought a house this summer and had SO many inside projects to do. 😵‍💫This fall I’m so excited to get outside in my yard and start plotting out gardens and flowers 🌸 The yard needs a lot of work but I’m so excited to see where it goes!

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  71. Olivia on

    This Fall…I’m looking forward to preparing my garden for another Alaskan winter. Also for raking up big piles of leaves for my nieces to jump into!

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  72. Heather on

    Looking forward to the push it will give us to finish up outdoor projects! Thank you!

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  73. Grace campbell on

    Most looking forward to the holiday with my baby girl!! All the pumpkin carving, baking, and dried floral arranging!

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  74. Ami on

    Our yard and the woods behind us always get waterlogged when it rains. Even though the area is beautiful in Fall, it’s VERY muddy. Definitely could use these 🥾 boots.

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  75. David on

    Looking forward to not having to dig up all my dahlias this fall!

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  76. Peasant Girl Farm on

    Busy busy switching and flipping because the wind and rain will be here soon.

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  77. Brooke on

    Looking forward to reflecting on the season and planning for a wonder garden next year! Of course hoping to do this with a cup of cocoa while warming in front of a fire!

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  78. Leeks on

    Fall is a favorite time for slowing down, enjoying family, and yummy foods!

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  79. MareBear on

    Finish up a couple of landscape projects!

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  80. Mackenzie Scott on

    I am so excited to breathe in some cooler weather and for the more rainy cloudy days to swoop in. I’m looking forward to cooking more soups and spending more time with family as the holidays approach.

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  81. Rami Warburton on

    I can’t wait to get my new gardens sheet mulched and prepped! I’m doing it now so they are ready for spring after our very wet winter.

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  82. Megan on

    Honestly, the thing I’m most immediately looking forward to is digging up my dahlia tubers for the first time and storing them for next year – this was my summer of dahlias because of your book and I’m committed to seeing it through to the end! (Also, that book and the obsession it created in me have been just an unbelievable gift in my life – even my husband races out every morning to see what has newly bloomed. Thank you, Erin and Floret!)

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  83. Carissa on

    Oh wow this is such a great giveaway! :) This Fall I am looking forward to cooking cozy, nourishing meals, making special crafts to share with loved ones and learning/planning ways to prepare for next growing season in the garden.

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  84. Kathy on

    I just love the cooler weather and hiking in the woods. Where I am, the mosquitoes are now gone, the leaves are changing, and we enjoy the apples and pumpkins. Warm cider drinks!

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  85. Lindsey arrant on

    In Florida I am thankful for ANY kind of cooler weather. I’m most excited for the smells that remind me it’s fall. One of my favorite “tell-tale” scents of fall is bon fires! And ofcourse—s’mores!

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  86. Diane on

    Sweaters, snuggles by the fire, and all the pumpkins!!

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  87. Kelly Ryan on

    Love watching the leaves change. And can’t wait for Halloween. It’s my favorite holiday.

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  88. McLaina Mazzone on

    I am looking forward to the colder weather and bundling up with boots, sweaters, etc. Cuddle time while watching the rain as well!

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  89. Angie on

    I’m excited for the fall rain and love seeing the leafs change colors.

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  90. Karen Hull on

    Here in Kansas I’m looking forward to cooler days and most definitely the leaf changes. It’s also beautiful to watch the native grasses turn shades of purple and orange.

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  91. Rachel on

    Here on the southern Oregon coast I’m most looking forward to the rain that fills the rivers and the chance to go fishing for salmon and steelhead!

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  92. Alison on

    Can’t wait for the cooler weather and clear skies. These boots would be great for working cattle

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  93. Becky Peterson on

    I am a gardener and can’t wait for a wet muddy day to wear these awesome boots while gardening. Bonne chance!

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  94. Christine Hansen on

    I’m getting ready to rototill beds into my lawn to start planting the hundreds of bulbs I bought in hopes of becoming a mini flower farmer and getting the Floret Scholarship!!! I can hardly wait till tomorrow to see who won!

    I’m in zone 5b so it gets rain and muddy here post snow, those boots would definitely come in handy!!

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  95. Sierra on

    I’m looking forward to adventuring in the mountains and late season elk hunting!

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  96. Dagny on

    Looking forward to catching up on neglected house projects and making this space feel like home with lots of indoor plantings!

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  97. Debbie on

    We live in the great NW and recently moved to a coastal area in the south sound. It’s my first time in 43 years of marriage I have a garden! It can be a soggy mess for pretty much 9 months of the year but my 3 months this past summer we’re the best; prolific tomatoes, peas, kale, broccoli,beets, carrots -and my cutting garden ! I’m in heaven! Love the posts /videos on Floret Farms they have been my inspiration and learned so much! Thank you!

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  98. Patricia Ovington on

    I am looking forward to some time to hibernate, read and plan next year’s garden! I live in the mountains of North Carolina that is classified as a temperate rain forest so good boots are a must! Originally from Seattle so rain isn’t new to me, haha!

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  99. Brittany Snodgrass on

    We love our Bogs! My kids have worn them for years, and I’d love to try a pair, too.

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  100. Becca on

    Winters in Wisconsin require BOGS while doing chores. Animals come first.

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  101. Brooke on

    I’m most looking forward to this season with my son. He’s 6 months and this is his first fall and winter. I love my cold mornings, with a cup of coffee, my favorite blanket and my Bible study. This year I get to enjoy those morning with my son. 🥰

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  102. Kim Berges on

    I’ve been learning a great deal and I’m taking growing inside this year with Butterhead lettuce, sprouts, and possibly carrots and potatoes. I’m also getting set up for flower starts for the spring. Can’t wait to have a cut flower garden. Thank you for the continued inspiration to grow amazing, pretty things.

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  103. Robbie on

    The Bog boots would be so helpful in the winter here in Spokane!

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  104. Nowal on

    I would LOVE to win a pair!

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  105. Nicole Trezza on

    I’m looking forward to putting the garden to sleep and watching my cool flowers knowing they will be beautiful in the spring!

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  106. Pati Casey on

    Im excited to start my pkan for next year. It will be my first full year selling cut flowers. This year was my trail run getting supplues an beds established. It will be busy…

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  107. Suzan on

    I’m excited to start a winter garden and enjoying the fall weather. It’s been a hot and smoky summer. Time for a change.

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  108. Stephanie S on

    Living in Alaska seasons other than winter aren’t very long, but when we do get them they are glorious!! I love fall and all it brings. Changing of leaves, warm fires, cozy sweaters and blankets and more coffee. We are pretty much at the end of Fall here but the thing I loved the most this fall was getting to photograph my Senior in all the fall foliage and exceptionally blue waters! And of course coffee!

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  109. Matthew on

    Can’t wait to plant my Fall bulbs following the mini workshop videos!

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  110. Nancy on

    In a wet and rainy climate, boots and gear are so important. Feeling blessed to be able to comment fir a chance to win a pair of Bogs! Thank you….

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  111. Jesseca Edwards on

    I’m looking forward to cleaning out some beds and planting tulips!!

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  112. Marie Luther on

    I am looking forward to planting some poppies and bulbs and planning my spring garden. The feel of the crisp air , the sounds of dry leaves , along with the sights and smells of my fall gardens nurture my souls as time marches toward the hibernation of winter.

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  113. Tani Parkinson on

    Brisk fall mornings, seeing changes in the leaves, getting grounded, and learning about+planning my spring garden!

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  114. Jessie on

    Confetti lawns and crisp mornings. 🍂🍁🍃

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  115. Monae on

    I’m looking forward to more time inside with my family, and inclement weather. I love a good fall storm (after my garden and flower beds are finished for the season 😂) .

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  116. Chloe kirsch on

    We are looking forward to our garden expansion, and spring! I can’t wait to see all my bulbs and new spring varieties pop up. I’m always looking forward to more flowers!

    Xoxo
    Chloe kirsch
    Budding Hill Farm

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  117. Mallory on

    I am looking forward to planting bulbs, planning for 2022, and watching the Floret Workshop as a refresher! I am also looking forward to cooler weather and campfires!

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  118. Alida on

    Always looking forward to changing things around in garden and house. And love to pick up pretty Fall leaves and hide them in books to discover later. Those boots will come in pretty handy in the Pacific Northwest ☔️

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  119. Selena on

    I am looking forward to planting the daffodil and tulip bulbs. Then resting. Well, I’ll still be knee deep in projects, planning, and homeschooling. As sad as it is for frost to decide the season is over, it’s also a relief. After a long hard season, I’m ready to rest. The aspens turning have been a favorite time of fall as well.

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  120. Katie on

    Looking forward to boots, fires & hot coffee!

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  121. Amy on

    I look forward to putting all my garden beds to rest. Tucking them in with all the mulched leaves and a little sprinkle of bone meal. I even wish my bulbs a good sleep! Thanks for the chance.

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  122. Lizbeth on

    Cooler weather, hot apple cider, butternut squash and the color of the leaves!

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  123. Stephanie on

    I’m looking forward to hiking colourful trails and harvesting the last of our fall vegetable crops!

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  124. MJ on

    Clean garden rest for spring!

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  125. Andrea Nipges on

    I am looking forward to baking lots of yeasty bread and making plans for next spring!

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  126. Amber Esplin on

    How wonderful! Bogs is so generous!! I always look forward to the fall leaves, the reds, oranges, and yellows. We love taking drives into the mountains to see their beauty!

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  127. Susan Thompson on

    For Texas gardeners, Fall is the best time of the year! There is less pressure from non-beneficial insects and it’s not 95 degrees!

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  128. Liz on

    The distinct smell of autumn in the air.

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  129. Marilyn Pharr on

    After a very hot and dry period, we are looking forward to some cooler days and night to enjoy outside. It will be a great growing time for my Fall vegetables and herbs. A favorite time of year here in East Texas!

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  130. Kathryn cole on

    I am looking forward to the cool weather, falling leaves, and garden planning for the upcoming spring.

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  131. Melissa on

    After a busy season I’m looking forward to the slow of pace. More snuggles with my kiddos, sweat pants, sweaters, blankets and as many naps I can squeeze in. :-)

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  132. Annie on

    Turning off the A/C and opening windows!

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  133. Lydia Richardson on

    I’m looking forward to planting anemones and ranunculus for the first time! Plus cooler weather and holidays with the family 😊💖

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  134. Sara on

    We just moved to Colorado after living in AZ for 40 years. The fall colors still just take my breath away.

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  135. Michelle on

    Time with family and my first winter where it snows!

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  136. Rachel on

    Starting new fall traditions with my family now that we live in a cooler area and starting our first garden of bulbs!
    Thank you!

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  137. Kyle on

    Apple cider and warm donuts!

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  138. Mila on

    This will be a tough one. I’m having shoulder surgery this month and recovery is time-consuming. I’ve GOT to get some bulbs planted, but it’s staying unusually warm still. But I always look forward to bulb planting on a rainy day. My favorite time of season is rainy in the garden in my rain boots and hoodie! Dirty hands are happy hands!

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  139. Alexis Bodenstab on

    I’m most looking forward to cooler weather and getting to plant new bulbs for the spring. 🌼🌸

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  140. Kristina Dilworth on

    Visiting the pumpkin patch with my family and Thanksgiving! Also puzzles and audiobooks with my kids. I’ve been wishing for a pair of bogs boots! :)

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  141. Lorie Hicks on

    The beauty of the leaves dancing around before making a blanket on the paths leading to our mountains tops! 🍁🏔🍂I love living in Colorado.
    And planting bulbs that will appear next Spring and make me smile after I’ve grown tired of all the snow.❄️🌷

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  142. Courtney on

    Decorating with pumpkins that I grew!! 🎃😆

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  143. Katie Berube on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather, pumpkin everything, and planting bulbs!

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  144. Chelsea on

    Setting up my gardens for next Spring & going for hikes with my love and puppy!

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  145. Karolyn on

    Hiking and mountain biking through yellow Aspen trees. At high altitude we are already saying goodbye to fall and welcoming winter!

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  146. Jenn H on

    Apple picking and Halloween with my four kiddos!

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  147. Girlie Delizo-Jasper on

    I live in New England and our autumn colors are definitely something I look forward to every year! The air feels fresher and it seems everything smells like pumpkin pie! I also look forward to cleaning out the garden, planting bulbs and preparing for spring.

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  148. Jessica P. on

    The fall leaves, planting all my bulbs, celebrating holiday and time with family!

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  149. Ashley on

    I am looking forward to slowing down- summer zooms past is every year and I am ready to take some time off!

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  150. Tami on

    Most looking forward to planting tulips and daffodils for the FIRST TIME this fall. Watching the Fall Mini courses so I do it right 🧡

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  151. Michael on

    Boots make gardening so much better!

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  152. Alejandra on

    What I get most excited about in fall is spring!! Fall prep for spring gets me all excited for the coming year.

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  153. Cheryl Slind on

    The cooler weather! Taking cuttings, potting up tender herbs to bring inside. And knowing that I can soon curl up with a hot cuppa and knit guilt free as the garden will not be calling my name!

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  154. Katie W. on

    What i most look forward to in fall is all of the transition and change. I just started my farming journey on a small, locally owned urban farm and the change of seasons seems almost overwhelming until I take a second to stand back, look at all we’ve done so far and just say “Wow”.

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  155. Betsy Honzel on

    The cool air gives me a chance to remove the bits of the garden to works so hard during the summer months. Our growing season is short, and those plants were magic to me. Time to admire what was best and plan to get better for the next year. What will it bring – what will be the most interesting aspect? I can hardly wait.

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  156. Beth on

    Falll! Everything fall. I really enjoy getting my yard cleaned up and prepped for the spring

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  157. Toby Wollin on

    What I’m looking forward to this fall is gathering up all the seed heads on my seedling dahlias and harvesting/culling the tubers. I concentrated on dark-leaved dahlias; I love the contrast. We’ve been super lucky here in Upstate NY – usually our killing frost is by the second weekend in October but this year, it’s been amazing and we still have lovely weather (the last stragglers have blossomed!) and won’t have to harvest before the beginning of November.

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  158. Tonya Wasicki on

    I love to take a drive and look at all the fall colors. I really enjoy trying to grow different pumpkins then wait for fall to harvest. However this year I only harvested 2 of the tiny white ones, but the are still super cute. I also get excited to plant spring bulbs for next year.

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  159. Heather on

    I am looking forward to fall cooking and having family together at Thanksgiving!

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  160. Rebecca on

    Cooking never ending soups, stews, bread, and biscuits!

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  161. Elizabeth on

    Fall is showing up in NE NC ~ time to clean beds for the long winter nap.

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  162. Natalie W on

    I am looking forward to continuing my educational journey into flower farming and our greenhouse build. My husband and I live off the grid isolated in the wilderness and our fall project consists of building a year round glass greenhouse as we live next to Lake Superior where winter is extreme. The ability to create that greenhouse will enable us to enjoy some of God’s floral beauty during what can sometimes feel like desolate winter months. It will provide feelings of hope, rebirth, and renewal. Thank you Floret for your inspiration and sharing your knowledge and experience. It is a gift! Peace and God bless you!

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  163. Lauren on

    The fall weather is already here in Maine! I’m looking forward to the autumn breeze, cool nights, fall bonfires, hikes with beautiful colors and prime leaf peeping season! Fall is my favorite season of them all 🍁🍂

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  164. Kate H on

    This fall I’m looking forward to the beautiful colors and cool night bonfires!! My current pair of bogs I’ve had for 8 years and they are always my go to! They are perfect for WI springs when I spend my days in the greenhouse. I think it’s time for an upgrade this year.

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  165. Kate Holtzman on

    This fall I’m looking forward to the beautiful colors and cool night bonfires!! My current pair of bogs I’ve had for 8 years and they are always my go to! They are perfect for WI springs when I spend my days in the greenhouse. I think it’s time for an upgrade this year.

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  166. Kim W on

    I’m looking forward to cool nights around the campfire with my family! Thanks Floret!

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  167. Carla on

    I am so looking forward to the cool weather. And crunchy leaves

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  168. GMG on

    Overwintering, putting things to rest, a slower pace, and the process of recharging for the next season in front of the fireplace with hot apple cider and a book.

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  169. Morgan on

    Dehumidified air—The cool, humid-less air of fall gives me new life and in fall I need some new life to get through the many chores before winter!

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  170. Bri on

    I’m looking forward to the first morning after the first frost when everything is still alive because it hasn’t thawed yet and there’s that gorgeous magical sparkle all around.

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  171. Sharcondria Salone on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather for sure. And the autumn sunsets.

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  172. Hanna on

    I love picking pumpkins for our steps and pressing cider from our apple trees!

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  173. Sue on

    I always look forward to the cooler temperatures, the smell of bonfires & wearing warm & cozy clothes.

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  174. Corinna Meissner on

    I’m looking forward to cooler days and hopefully more success with my fall garden.

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  175. Katy Ann on

    Fall in central MN means soaking in the last rays of light as the sun sinks down earlier and earlier each day. Taking a bike ride while watching farmers work over their fields after harvest is my favorite.

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  176. Meg on

    Definitely the cooler weather

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  177. Maureen C on

    I look forward for the cooler temperatures and the changing leaves

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  178. Heather Muffley on

    The crisp mornings and sunny afternoons! 🍃☀️🍂

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  179. Joanne on

    Every month ends up being my favorite once I get into it. There’s always so much to appreciate about all the different seasons. Right now I’m savoring our unusually warm start to October and looking forward to the crisp clear air I know is coming!

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  180. Alonna on

    The crisp wind caressing the trees, the ground getting ready to rest, and creating leaf piles with my daughters as they marvel at nature’s confetti.

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  181. Karinlinn on

    I’m excited to plant hundreds of narcissus and tulips next to our dahlia beds. I just finished tagging hundreds of dahlias with identifying tape. Thanks for the inspiration. I’m also looking forward to seeing all my beautiful grandchildren.

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  182. Victoria on

    My favorite month is November for many reasons.
    Well for one, it’s a reminder of change….in many ways.
    The colors, weather, clothing, food, and the gathering of Family, Friends and the blessings we all have.
    I love Autumn 🍂.

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  183. Amanda on

    Walking through falling leaves and watching the leaves change color.

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  184. Alex Norton on

    I’m looking forward to the shift from farming into planning the fields for next season. Looking at all of the seed catalogs and packets gets me excited all over again!

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  185. Mandy on

    The cooler temperatures and breaking out all my sweaters and mittens :)

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  186. Dalia on

    I’m looking forward to the leaves changing and appreciating the depth of colors that they express. The pumpkin and corn stalk stands! All things pumpkin!! The cooler temperatures that allow/cause us to layer! Then, gathering up all my warm sweaters and throw blankets for use again this season. It’s like seeing an old friend! We live in a place where we can appreciate all four seasons, and it’s WONDERFUL.

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  187. Aubrey Burkett on

    I’m excited to dig up and split dahlia tubers this fall. It’ll be our first season getting the “mini farm” put to bed for the winter and we couldn’t be more excited!

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  188. Kristen on

    The colors of the changing leaves is my very favorite time of the year!

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  189. Shelley on

    I grew up on Southern California, without real seasons. Now that I live in New England, I look forward to Autumn all year. The weather is crisp and perfect and the colors are sensational.

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  190. Tom on

    These look so comfortable for the fall cleanup and preparation for winter. I like this because it is only a short time before we begin renewal of the beds

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  191. Sharon on

    More time outdoors, relief from the heat.

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  192. Belinda Lents on

    Definitely cooler weather and the opportunity to grow lettuces and spinach without it bolting due to heat.

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  193. Donna McCullough on

    I am from PA and love all the fall trees. I love all that you are doing and watch you on discovery plus

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  194. Lily woodruff on

    This will be my first year planting bulbs so I’m excited to see my spring garden . Wish I can plant dahlias but I have too many deer

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  195. Jody on

    This is the first year I grew dahlias, after reading your book. I’m looking forward to digging them up, storing them for next year and dividing them for friends in the spring.

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  196. Beth Pinckney on

    Looking forward to the golden days when the afternoon sun slants through the golden hickory leaves in the woods behind my house.

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  197. Rebekah on

    The mountains slowly changing their color.

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  198. Eileen McCarthy Mendonca on

    The cool crisp New England air and putting all the bulbs /corms into the ground. Looking forward to a beautiful spring!

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  199. Hedy on

    Looking forward to taking Florea’s online course!

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  200. Jen on

    I live in beautiful western North Carolina and am looking forward to cool nights the sound off walking in fallen leaves and Deer Hunting.

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  201. Paula Thomas on

    Looking forward to letting the chickens out to play in the mostly empty garden beds and watching them hop up to eat what’s left of the kale plants.

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  202. Danielle Strickland on

    Fall! Cool air, changing leaves, a shift towards the holidays! Time with family!

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  203. Shannon Knippen on

    Fall is a time for rest for the rebirth of all things beautiful. The changing colors of the trees and plants bring me a sense of peace and stillness as the earth prepares for nature to take a break for the winter and become stronger and even more beautiful in the spring with a promise of a new beginning. Nothing beats the many shades of fall foliage to remind us of how unique each plant and tree are.

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  204. Robert Purcell on

    I’m looking forward to planting all my spring bulbs and collecting seeds from dahlia blooms I left on the plant. I hope to begin breeding dahlias!

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  205. Barb Brown on

    I am looking forward to cooler fall weather to go horseback riding. Nice to get out and enjoy being outside. Planting spring bulbs and cleaning up the tired flowerbeds.

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  206. Ruth Haas on

    My favorite time of year! Perfect daytime temps and chilly nights, beautiful fall leaves, preparing beds for winter (not my favorite), and planning flower and vegetable beds for spring.

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  207. Micayla on

    This fall, I’m looking forward to a new season of life that my family is starting. Pregnant with our 3rd, we’ve decided to greatly decrease the about of distractions in our lives and focus on God, family, and nature.

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  208. Stephanie Ross on

    Finishing our sons treehouse, sleeping with the windows open and cool air, hot apple cider, fall fires and family time before our baby girl arrives this winter

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  209. Tracy on

    I’m looking forward to going on fall walks with my two cats. They love walking through the woods :)

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  210. Patti LaNeve on

    I am looking forward to cooler weather, but that’s about it! Fall is not the traditional harvest time here! Our gardens are getting planted and starting up again for our 3rd growing season of vegetables! It’s a lot of work, but fresh kale through most of the winter is pretty awesome!! 😍

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  211. Jen Finch on

    I love sitting on our porch with a blanket, coffee & enjoying the chill in the air.

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  212. Annie Nation on

    I have enjoyed getting to know floret flowers this season!! I’m looking forward to planting more seasonal interest for fall & winter in my garden😁

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  213. Misselaineous on

    Looking forward to every last leaf falling off our 70 year old gigantic magnolia so I can stop filling 58 yard waste bags and 4 toters full of fallen leaves! 🥵

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  214. Julie Ann Coleman on

    Looking for the first rains, to clean our air and wash the leaves of summer dust so all the earth can sparkle again.

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  215. Deborah Olsen on

    This is our first fall with a homestead. I’m excited for the harvest of cool weather crops, for the arrival of chickens, piglets, and puppies. I’m most excited to watch my children have these experiences.

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  216. Raquel D on

    Leaves to change colors and my little boy’s birthday 😊

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  217. Becky Noffsinger on

    Fall colors and cooler temps, Saturday soccer games, baking applesauce with the football game on.

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  218. Mary Casey on

    Putting the gardens to bed…planting spring bulbs…wool socks…hot spiced cider…flannel shirts…but most of all, building a fire in the fireplace. I love the sound of the burning logs as they crackle and pop and the smell when you step out into the cold night air to grab another log…heaven!!

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  219. Jaime M on

    Cool temps and hot drinks. ♥️♥️

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  220. Sarah R on

    I’m looking forward to exploring trails in the Greater Seattle Area, always remembering to pause to appreciate the stunning foliage and breathe in the crisp air.

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  221. Aimee Sterling on

    I am looking forward to open windows with no heating or air conditioning needed, planting spring bulbs in pots (ordered more than I should have), and working in the damp fall soil in my new (hopefully free) Bogs!

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  222. Leslie Brown on

    I’m looking forward to planting spring-blooming bulbs, utilizing fall’s inherent “time spaciousness” to plan next season’s garden, and resting — ah, resting!

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  223. Katherine Fitchett on

    I’m looking forward to slowing down and enjoying slow days with my family. Also, my little ones love jumping in the leaf piles and I always look forward to their bright smiles and laughs with that.

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  224. Angie Bayley on

    Looking forward to the beautiful leaves changing color, hot chocolate and movie nights with the family.

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  225. Patricia Santana on

    Looking forward to planning next year’s dahlia garden, while sipping a hot chai, while (hopefully) it is raining outside so the cover crop grows.

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  226. Meg Cochrane on

    After such a long dry summer with a tenuous water supply and the future looking only hotter, I’m looking forward to rethinking my entire garden. Looks like Washington may be the new California!

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  227. Nikki on

    Looking forward to a slower pace of life and morning couch snuggles with the babies

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  228. Yolanda Ortiz on

    I am looking forward to cooler temperatures so I can start working in my yard. I live in the desert, so our working outdoor season in in the fall.

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  229. Carolyn Titterington on

    The start of the second growing season in Texas – Fall is when the heavy work happens thanks to cooler weather. Hooray for jeans and sleeves!

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  230. Julie on

    I am looking forward to a big family gathering at Thanksgiving and hoping for lots and lots of rain for California!

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  231. Emily on

    Misty mornings and a hot cup of tea, cool flower planting, discovering new spring bulbs

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  232. Kerstin on

    Long walks along the seaside snuggled up, digging new bulbs for spring, having hot drinks and self-made cake in our greenhouse

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  233. Vicki Archer on

    I am looking forward to getting outside on days off , raking leaves , mulching beds , nestling the dahlias for storage. Possibly moving a few things , and dreaming of some new additions to the garden for next season.

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  234. Julie on

    Fall leaves, the blue sky of fall😍, apples, garden cleanup, and organizing everything to be ready for the garden in early spring.

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  235. Armando Andrews on

    I’m looking forward to preparing my backyard soil for my first season of planting. Never in a million years would I ever have thought I’d love doing something like this…total surprise. I’m so heart happy! 😊

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  236. Jessica on

    Apple Picking and fall foliage!

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  237. Susan Stremlau on

    I’m looking forward to some rest after a busy wedding season and I’m looking forward to getting my fall bulb deliveries!

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  238. Laura Luque on

    Changing leaves and pumpkin flavored everything. Bulbs tucked in the ground and snuggling up somewhere warm inside.

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  239. Jenn Davidson on

    I’m looking forward to rest and relaxation from my front porch, watching our beautiful Fall sunsets in Skagit County! It’s been a long journey to get here this year and I am so excited to slosh through puddles, watch the colorful leaves drop, and visit local farms and vendors as I plan my garden and greenhouse for the Spring.

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  240. Allison D on

    We are building our kitchen garden! New raised beds with spaces for lots of beautiful flowers as well.

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  241. Areli Pérez on

    Im looking forward to beautiful fall sunsets, and windy afternoon walks with my beloved furry companion.

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  242. Stephanie on

    I am so looking forward to starting the Floret workshop.!! I want to learn all the things :))

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  243. Christina Boucher on

    I’m looking forward to dividing tubers. I usually bring in a few clumps at a time and cut while the tv is on, it’s sort of relaxing! 😅😆

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  244. Melissa on

    Looking forward to the fall colors, sitting around a fire roasting marshmallows with the family, and soup! :)

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  245. Sarah on

    Living in California and having grown up in the northwest, I’m definitely looking forward to rain! The last time was early April. Every year my kids run outside and dance around like maniacs at the first rain.

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  246. Arica Allen on

    I’m so excited for fall bulb planting and starting ranunculus and anemones for next year! Then some quiet time to read a book by the fire.

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  247. Lisa Constancio on

    First of all, I am excited that I just celebrated my 50th Birthday yesterday :-) and am also planning fall planting this month in California, Zone 9b. I have ordered tulip bulbs and am looking now for ranunculus. I have also signed up for and am so excited ti continue the fall mini course from Floret!!!

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  248. Susan on

    I’m excited to plant bulbs for the first time and the anticipation of how they’ll look like in the spring!

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  249. Aida Guzman on

    I’m excited about cooler weather and bulb planting

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  250. Natalie on

    I currently live in central Florida and I can’t wait for some cooler weather! I’m originally from Utah, so I’m not used to these eternal summers that don’t seem to end. I’m really looking forward to being able to wear sweatpants!

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  251. Tiffany Brown Anderson on

    I’m excited for bulb planting in new production beds for 2022 this fall, and then some rest. 🤍

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  252. AMY on

    These boots could really help me when I work in the ditch that I converted to a garden for the community this year! I am looking forward to pulling the annuals out, collecting seed heads, spreading some seeds I collect and looking at an empty canvas to paint new surprises for my neighbors #gardenongibson next year.

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  253. Sylvia on

    I’m most excited to start My first cool season flowers and plant tulips!! I never plant these cause I’m usually exhausted by now but I’m already looking forward to next spring!!!

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  254. Amanda on

    Looking forward to the cooler weather!

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  255. Michelle Smith on

    I can’t wait for pumpkin filled porches, getting my hands dirty in the soil prepping for my spring cut flower garden, and for drinking hot toddies during sunset in the garden.

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  256. Laura on

    I’m looking forward to cleaning up the gardens, massive pruning and steaming piles of mulch on a cold fall day! And also Halloween, my daughter’s favorite holiday!

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  257. Karen Duke on

    Thank you for all of your amazing tips and recommendations. I’m loving the mini workshop and just completed the first one on tulips. Thanks to you I’ve fallen in love with dahlias and now tulips. I was thinking a few weeks ago about finding a good gardening boot. I will be checking out Bogs. I am spending the fall weeding, applying compost and getting my beds ready for spring and of course, planting some tulips.

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  258. Katy Fenley-Banks on

    For me, Fall is all about foraging for the beautiful mushrooms that litter the forest floor here in the PNW! Golden chanterelles that look like beautiful blossoms springing from the moss and pine needle duff

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  259. Jess on

    Looking forward to campfires under the stars this fall.

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  260. Christy on

    Looking forward to the cool season crops and fall colors.

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  261. Julie Edwards on

    I cannot wait to eat my fill of freshly roasted pumpkin seeds. Seriously something I look forward to big time as the leaves begin to change. Next on the list is planting garlic, prepping the garden beds for next year, and perusing seed catalogs to dream big for the next year.

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  262. Diana on

    Fall is my fav season so pumpkins, sweaters, falling leaves…that is if it ever gets cold.

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  263. Susan Oneal on

    Hi Erin and gang! So love following your stories. I’m learning so much from you. I planted my first cut flower garden this year and loved giving many bouquets away to friends and family. I’m already planning what to grow next season! Thank you!!

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  264. Jessie Bryant on

    I just closed on my very own 1/3 acre micro homestead and this fall I’m looking forward to planning out the future gardens and animal places. Most people would look at this funky 80’s house and think “remodel!” I look at the house and think, “I need a greenhouse and chicken coop!”

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  265. Sarah on

    I’m most excited for all the soup I’m going to make/ eat, sourdough loaves of bread I’m going to bake, and all the flower seeds I’m going to hoard until the spring.

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  266. Taylor Long on

    I’m looking forward to cutting away the old to make room for the new, hearty soups, the vibrant colors seen in gourds, pumpkins, and leaves on the trees, more rainy afternoons, and sweaters! There’s too much to love about this season to pick just one thing :)

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  267. Kim on

    Hi Erin and the whole Floret team! I am most excited to plant my first tulip bulbs this week! Taking the first step to planting my first flowers! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  268. Amy on

    Hi! My favourite thing about fall is choosing which bulbs I’m going to get planted for spring beauty! I love tulips especially, and this year I think I’m going to go overboard! I’m in the market for a gardening shoe that will keep my feet dry, clean, and be comfy, so I’m checking out Bogs next!

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  269. Sheila on

    I look forward to fall campfires with friends and family. Fall baking with pumpkin and spices. Putting the garden to sleep and more time for crafts.

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  270. Melissa Reese on

    I’m looking forward to the beautiful fall leaves, apple cider, and fires in the fireplace.

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  271. Liz Butowicz on

    I’m most looking forward to soup, roasted squash, and seed saving from the flowers in my garden. Fall is the best season 🥰

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  272. Lavinia on

    I’m so looking forward in receiving all the new “babies” for my spring blooms. Narcissus, tulips, peonies, oh my…
    Also, it’s been a long busy season and am ready for a bit of a rest from all things garden. Ready to collect what’s left of the dahlias, store and pack for the winter… bc obviously, even dahlias need a good nap. ;)

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  273. Rowena Avendano on

    Hi I am looking forward of getting a hold of your seeds dahlias and zinnias. I am stalking your website every single day hoping your seeds will be available for us to purchase! :D

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  274. Naomi on

    I’m excited for autumnal colors, warm sweaters and hot soup after a day in the cold. 😊🍂

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  275. Madison on

    I am looking forward to gaining independence for my young adult life, and growing through the challenging season of firsts as I grow into my first place! I hope many flowers join me in the spring and I am able to see the fruit of my labor that I will be putting forth throughout fall and winter!

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  276. Tracey on

    Well, your Fall mini course, duh! Going to find or learn something new. Love learning new things each season and always trying something that gets added for years to come.

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  277. Lisa on

    I am sooooo looking forward to my first cool flower hardy annual planting! Cannot wait for the leaves to change into beautiful fall colors, too!!! 🍁

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  278. Hannah Parastino on

    My favorite thing about fall is watching my kids experience the change of seasons. Autumn is such a magical time and sharing this time with kids helps keep the magic that it is alive. I look forward to all the new discoveries and wonder that I get to watch them experience and grow from.

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  279. Jerilyn on

    Hi, I’m looking forward to pumpkins and mums and scarves and sweaters! Want to clean up all my flower beds! Dig up the dahlias! Store em good! Organize the greenhouses and make em look cozy! And plant ranuculus, anemones, tulips, daffodils, statice, strawflowers!

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  280. Yini on

    I’m looking forward to being done with house and garden chores and retreating into my house for the winter :)

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  281. Jaime Furrow on

    This is my first year growing flowers of any kind!! I fell in love with dahlias & I’m most excited to dig up my tubers to see how they’re looking & start planning for next year!

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  282. Mynda Myres on

    Foggy Mornings, crisp air, cider, apple pressing, pumpkin seeds, soups planting bulbs, saving seeds……

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  283. Lauren on

    I am looking forward to garden planning and home projects!

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  284. Jen on

    I am actually looking forward to walking in the crisp woods enjoying the autumn colors and light and then sitting by the fire with some knitting and a warm cuppa!

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  285. Marisa on

    Going to the pumpkin patch & corn maze with my grands & then having my family together again as some move nearby. So very thankful.

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  286. Riley Hammond on

    My dahlias that are finally blooming after a ground hog leveled my garden in the summer. This is my first time growing them and they’re gorgeous!!

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  287. Meg on

    I am most looking forward to planting my newest additions of tulips to my garden this fall! The excitement and anticipation I feel is immeasurable! I have been waiting for years to get my hands on some hard to find varieties, and this year I splurged and went for it!! I very much look forward to the emergence of the tulips and daffodils in my garden every spring and cannot wait to witness the beauty that will come from my fall plantings !

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  288. Linda B. on

    I am sooo looking forward to the beautiful colors of the season and cool, crisp sunny days in the garden; spending those sweater-weather evenings outside with my husband just breathing it all in!

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  289. Kim Goodall on

    Looking forward to no longer having to change sprinklers!

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  290. Melissa on

    Fall is when I dive into all the great veggies and fruit I’ve harvested right before the first freeze. I clean up the garden, plant bulbs, start thinking about next year alteady and spend time searching fur all the fall colors!!

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  291. Amber Libbert on

    DORMANCY, fall is lovely.. last pickings and harvest, …but sleepy winter gives us cozy rest in dormancy , while we dream and plan for new life in spring
    Ps a durable pair of bogs would help too 😉

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  292. Carrie Webster on

    Looking forward to getting cozy and preparing for the holiday season, spending precious time with my dear family making precious memories.

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  293. Janet on

    Looking forward to warming up by the woodstove, looking out the window at the beautiful colors of fall, loving the change of seasons.

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  294. Betsy on

    Letting my body recover from a long, fruitful summer but also hoarding magazines for my 2022 vision board.

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  295. Gwyn on

    I am looking forward to sweater weather, apple cider doughnuts, and pie! I also love fall colors.

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  296. Tiffany on

    Warm drinks, sweaters and changing leaves and extended family time. Planting new things. Cooler weather and hopefully relief from the fires and smoke here in California.

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  297. Lindsay on

    I love when the garden is cleaned up for winter and I can start dreaming about what I want to plant next year!!

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  298. Kelsey Allspach on

    Planting my first tulip and allium bulbs before our new baby comes in November! I’m already so excited to see them pop up in the spring as a symbol of our family growing from 3 to 4 :)

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  299. Misty Hooker on

    I love the color changes and all things pumpkin.

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  300. Holly on

    Always always looking forward to Halloween but also super pumped to plant daffodils and tulips in my new-this-year cutting garden. ❤

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  301. Marina on

    Planting tulips for the first time ! ( thanks to the fall mini course :-]), making memories with my family and friends, and watching my son experience the beauty of fall ! Particularly taking him to see the leaves on the Ginkos trees turn to their beautiful golden yellow at our local arboretum. :)

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  302. Meagan Eldridge on

    This fall, I’m looking forward to starting all my seeds for our first season at our new farm! Moving to Maine has always been a dream, but this year we are making it a reality and leaving Texas in the rear view. I can’t wait to plan out the rest of the seeds and our new growing space and meet all the new challenges coming our way head on!

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  303. Kelly Zeichner on

    The slow calming of the wild, untamed garden as nature prepares for winter sleep…the gold and browns and yellows and reds tinged with frost and the rooster crowing on the gate like he owns it all…his little kingdom of marigolds and goldenrods and pretty Amalie, his rust and copper hen. And a really GOOD cup of coffee in the crisp early morning as I stand on the porch and dream.

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  304. Erica on

    This fall- I can’t wait for all things pumpkin, flannel, and bonfires! Cool nights, cafe au Lait curly petals, and chilly mornings.

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  305. Chelsea on

    Taking nature walks and watching the colors change. Not just the colors of the leaves but the colors of the fields and grasses. Everything says a beautiful goodbye before it dries and let’s the ground rest for the winter. My kiddos make raking leaves fun because we make slow mo videos of them jumping in piles 😀 and oh fall Candles and yes even cleaning out my flower garden for new life next year. Fall is my favorite season for sure

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  306. Erin on

    Sweaters, cooler weather, and fires!
    (Also, putting my flower garden to bed – always so satisfying :)

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  307. Kandice Mortensen on

    I love the cool weather, sweaters, hoodies and cuddles. Also, watching the changes!

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  308. Rebecca on

    I am most looking forward to our first property and preparing a dahlia patch outside our backdoor. I came across your books a few months back, and they sparked a fire inside of me. I am so in love with the cut flower garden now and can’t wait to try some things I have learned from you.

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  309. Andrea Proctor on

    I’m super excited to Floretify my Mama’s front yard in Colorado this fall😃 She has a neighbor that has beautiful displays of Flowers all years round. I want to use what I learn from the mini course when I get to her house in a couple weeks. Eeeee!!

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  310. Natalie on

    Excited for fall colors and getting some bulbs in the ground!

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  311. Sharon Lane on

    We’ve been remodeling our family home of 33 years. The outside of the house is almost complete. We had to move many of my plants so the work could be done on the house. Looking forward to our son helping me to redesign our flower beds.

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  312. Liz Kelley on

    I’m excited for the fall color showcase in Missouri! The many colors of red, orange and gold are amazing to see!

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  313. Nanci Samek on

    I’m looking forward to my vases full of beautiful dahlias and zinnias, making apple crisps with apples from my apple trees, spending time with my grandchildren doing fall activities and going to haunted houses!

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  314. Paige on

    So excited to prep our first home garden for fall/winter, dig up some Dahlia tubers to save for next year and plan our gardens for the spring!!!

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  315. Brittany Eilert on

    We are most looking forward to getting settled into our new 1890’s home next week, and all the dreaming that’s ahead with now finally having some acres for gardening. Aaaand I might have just purchased over 200 daffodil bulbs last night. Very excited to get them in the ground around our property.

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  316. Kara Shaffer on

    The joy of Fall planting. Photographing the seasonal Colors. Comforting family dinners & Seeing my little ones make memories with me along the way.

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  317. Amanda C. on

    Letting my garden break down naturally even when it’s messy, enjoying the color changes among my plants, Pumpkins, all the other squash, baking, colorful leaves, driving in the country, finding some apples, drinking some whiskey and cider 🎃🍁🥃

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  318. Krissy Vanderwarker on

    I’m most excited about tucking into some quilting projects and also harvesting saffron for the first time!

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  319. Kim Durr on

    I am looking forward hikes in the fall foliage, pumpkin pie, and sitting next to the wood stove in the evenings!

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  320. Christine P on

    I’m looking forward to the dozens and dozens of tulips, daffodils and bulbs that will be lined up egg carton style in my garden!!

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  321. Kimberly Kane on

    Can’t wait to experience our first fall in our new state. Loving the season change so far!

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  322. Ruth on

    I’m most looking forward to warming my hands by my wood stove and drinking hot cocoa after doing yard work cleaning my garden and flower beds.

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  323. Summer Voelker on

    I am looking forward to bulb planting! Spring flowers are my favorite

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  324. Sarah on

    The things I’m most looking forward to about fall is all the fall color change, the cool crisp air and fresh pressed apple cider!

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  325. Tammi L on

    Love, love the Firefly Dahlia! So appreciate your tutelage the past year!❤️ Looking forward to learning so much more this fall!

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  326. Jenny on

    Looking forward to cooler weather, changing leaves, and no mosquitoes!

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  327. Sheila on

    I know that what I am looking forward to this fall has nothing to do with the seasons changing, but we have a grandson that is due here soon and we are all so excited to meet him. Also just finished visiting the Yakima area wine tasting and enjoying the beautiful color changes on the way there and back and then rushing home to pull the last of my garden goodies before it frosts.

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  328. Tammi L on

    Love, love the Firefly Dahlia! So appreciate your tutelage the past year!❤️

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  329. Ann Hunt on

    This fall, I am looking forward to snuggling with my son under fleece blankets while watching Octonauts again. And again.

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  330. Diana Ferguson on

    I am lookimg forward to fall weather. Life to slow down a bit & planning for spring

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  331. Camille D on

    I love all the fall colors and the crisp air! 🍁

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  332. Kacy on

    I am looking forward to cleaning up the garden, planting bulbs and preparing foe the spring!

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  333. Erin Werkhoven on

    I’m looking forward to wearing boots again! It just sounds cozy and warm.

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  334. lorna Grace on

    I am looking forward to seeing all the blooms from my chrysanthemums this year…first year with cuttings and it will be tight as to whether they all bloom before frost.

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  335. Kimber Kirton on

    Oh, Autumn!

    I’m excited for bonfires on our farm, seeing our week old chicks grow into awkward teenagers, planting bulbs where zinnias are now bidding summer a fond farewell, seeing the maple trees on our property turn the most gorgeous shades of gold and red, harvesting the volunteer pumpkins in our yard.

    Each year I forget how the seasons affect me, with the days getting shorter and some days gloomy, I’ve found myself finally doing all the indoor projects I put off when the weather was warm and welcoming; spring garden planning and crafting and reading.

    Fall is a wind down time for us. It’s okay to move a little slower, take a little longer, and just reflect. Soon it will be Spring again and we’ll need that stored energy to make magic happen on our farm for another double season.

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  336. Angela Chierici on

    Even though it is somewhat sad to end the season of summer and clean up my little garden and flower patches, fall brings it’s own joy! Pumpkins, layering of clothes weather, mums in bloom, beautiful colors, leaves, warm drinks, yummy smells, and excuses to snuggle up in a cozy home we are so thankful for! I live in Idaho where we get to experience all four seasons and fall is one of my favorites!

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  337. Penny Lamping on

    Looking forward to spending the fall and winter getting ready for spring and growing more flowers!

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  338. Tricia Flaherty on

    I am looking forward to putting the garden “to bed” for winter and taking all the garden produce and making soup for the next few months. I am also needing those rainy day puddle splashing walks to celebrate the season change.

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  339. Jana Zaragoza on

    Looking forward to cooler weather, spiced tea and cozy nights by the fire !

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  340. Andrea on

    I love the change of pace fall brings. Nature giving us a reminder that we are made to rest. I enjoy resting by having an extra cup of hot coffee, putting dinner in the crock pot, and sitting near the wood burning fireplace.

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  341. Kim Bowling on

    Learning as much as I can, and starting with a clean slate for next year 👩‍🌾🧡

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  342. Mindy on

    I’m looking forward to a pre-spring show as I plant out spring perennials to their roots growing for the big show next spring!!

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  343. Karin Johnston on

    This was my first year growing dahlias—I’m looking forward to next year’s dahlia patch which will be bigger and better, and to adding a few new ones to my collection 💚 thanks for all the inspiration!!

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  344. Jenn on

    I’m excited to see leaves changing and for my first year of fall bulb planting once the weather cools! You’re an inspiration to dream big!

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  345. Michele on

    The changing of the leaves. The leaves, the leaves.

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  346. Kelsy on

    Looking forward to staying inside snuggling and playing games with my kiddos on a cold day.

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  347. Cloe on

    I am looking forward to the shift from sweltering sunshine to crisp, cloudy days :) And to pumpkin carving!

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  348. Maren Meibos on

    Rainy days, beautiful colors, enjoying the fire with some hot coco, and spending time with my family!

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  349. Rebecca Krape on

    Looking forward to more dahlia blooms, planting bulbs, quiet rainy days, and evenings around the campfire.

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  350. Stephanie Ivery on

    Looking forward to beautiful colors, evening strolls, Jean jackets, scarves, and hot chocolate! And of course Thanksgiving!

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  351. Shari on

    I’m looking forward to hot apple cider drinks this fall! :-D

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  352. Stephanie on

    Our annual Apple Cider Press. Complete with neighbors and friends. Homemade doughnuts and hot cider!

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  353. Autumn on

    I’m excited for the leaves to change colors and cooler temperatures to sit on the porch swing.

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  354. Donna Carrithers on

    I look forward to wearing Bog’s this Fall while I maintain two acres of daily falling leaves. I love how warm and dry my feet stay in Bogs with our Washington wet fall weather. I have worn my Bogs for almost ten years. Sadly, it is time for new ones.♥️

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  355. Andrea on

    Looking forward to hot cocoa and fires, brilliant leaves, pumpkins, and goblins

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  356. Christine Simmons on

    Cooler weather and getting my garlic planted!! I’m excited to carve a pumpkin too :)

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  357. Tonya Judd on

    I’m looking forward to perfect weather and beautiful colors and all the pumpkins!

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  358. Megan G.W. on

    To be able to scoop up and collect the final leaves into our leaf bins, and start planning/hardcore weeding. Winter gardens are the best time to maintance!

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  359. Karen on

    Cooler weather and pretty sunsets

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  360. Katie D. on

    Continuing to learn and research how to successfully grow cut flowers in a small space, slowing down as the winter months roll in and cozying up with my kiddos and husband :-)

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  361. Anna on

    Looking forward to planning next year’s garden and livestock projects!

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  362. Kellie K on

    Looking forward to planning next year’s garden and furthering my horticulture education. Also tromping about in new bogs boots!

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  363. Julie Vance on

    As long as everything goes as planned, we are moving out of the city to a house and 40 acres in mid-November! Already dreaming of some flower growing with my girls next year. ❤️

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  364. Ruthanne H on

    Planning next years garden and holidays with family.

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  365. Karyn Coughlin on

    Sleeping with socks and blankets, heirloom apples, and my cold frame.

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  366. Sydney on

    My fall favorites are the leaves changing and the rain!

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  367. Angela H on

    Putting the garden to bed and dreaming of next years plans and improvements.

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  368. Linda on

    Looking forward to wonderful long fall hikes and taking in all the magic fall offers
    with colours, smells and putting the garden to bed, planting bulbs, dreaming of spring again, after the days of harvest!

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  369. Andrea Stuemky on

    Going to be honest and say I’m excited about putting the garden and farm to bed (this year)! I.am.tired.

    Bulbs will get here next week and the planting marathon will begin just before the snow starts and I cannot wait to see how they grow come spring.

    Also all the homemade garden soup and fires to warm up by while writing up planting plans for next growing season 🌱

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  370. Katy on

    Planning and planting spring bulbs!

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  371. Lora on

    The cooler weather so I can be busy in the kitchen cooking, baking and eating the yummy things I preserved through the summer.

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  372. Denise Adams on

    Usually at this time of year I put the garden to bed but you and your team have inspired me so much I have all kinds of projects going. I’ve decided to put in a new side garden in and I’ve picked up bulbs from Christiansons for planting bulb lasagne . When I got home from work today I went out and worked an hour and a half harvesting rose hips to decorate my arbor and made a cute little wreath for my gate. Erin you are so generous with your ideas, thank you!

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  373. Lani Chron on

    Digging up dahlia tubers for my first time! ☺️🤞

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  374. Ines on

    I look forward to see all the changing colors, the goldens, reds and browns. To sip a warm tea while the night gets chilly

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  375. Crystal on

    Prepping and amending new beds to expand my flower operation, getting everything cleaned out and ready for next year, and resting after a long busy growing season!

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  376. Pamela on

    I’m looking forward to teaching my preschool class about Apples (this week), pumpkins (next week), and thankfulness!

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  377. Lani Davis on

    Looking forward to crisp mornings, chai tea, flower planning and cozy snuggles with my family!

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  378. Kelly on

    The crows! I love how they travel together, have each other’s backs and the sounds they make. It’s officially fall when they come into our neighborhood!

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  379. Michelle on

    Chopping up leaves with the lawnmower to make mulch for my garden beds! 🥳

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  380. Krystn on

    Planting bulbs, stormy weather, pumpkin bread, bonfires and a sisters weekend away
    🍂🍁🎃

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  381. Heather Martin on

    I look forward to tidying up the yard in preparation for Spring. I enjoy sitting by the campfire on cool nights.

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  382. April on

    The cooler weather brings joy to my heart

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  383. Jennifer Atkinson on

    I am looking forward to cool weather vegetables growing in my garden, decorating with pumpkins and pansies.

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  384. Becca on

    I’m excited for the cool morning, hot drinks, knitting with wool and a break from all the gardenig!

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  385. Ramona Allen on

    I look forward to some cozy time with my new book. I ordered Discovering Dahlias ❤️

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  386. Monica on

    My favorite thing about Fall is foggy mornings and changing colors. Also, eating lots of squash!

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  387. Carly on

    Strolling the neighborhood with our pup looking at the leaves whiles drinking hot apple cider!

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  388. Monica on

    My favorite thing about Fall is foggy mornings and changing colors.

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  389. Annie H. on

    I’m not a hot weather person, so I’m looking forward to the relief from the heat. I love having my windows open as it gets cooler. I love watching the leaves turn beautiful colors before it heads into winter.

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  390. Robin on

    Bring on some cooler weather and some fall color! I love Fall! I do get a tad bit sad to say goodbye to my flowers. But just think about the garden planning that awaits during the winter! New boots for the spring would make it PERFECT!!

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  391. Jessie on

    I’m looking forward to some more hikes (and casting on a new knitting project for when I don’t feel like hiking)! This is my favorite season.

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  392. Jacquie Byrd on

    My favorite parts of fall are cooler weather, changing leaves and pumpkin pies!

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  393. Emmy on

    I planted my first ever fall garden so I’m excited to see how it turns out! Also excited to plant a variety of bulbs at my new house!

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  394. Emmy on

    I planted my first ever fall garden so I’m excited to see how it turns out! Also excited to plant a variety of bulbs at my new house :)

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  395. Linda on

    Looking fisted to cooler weather here in Corpus Christi TX
    High today was 86 and low 79.

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  396. Cynthia loera on

    I love the fall sunsets💕 and mild afternoons

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  397. Nanette on

    I am looking forward to reflection and rejuvenation this fall. Reflecting to learn and feel gratitude for the abundant growing season. Rejuvenation to restore and plan for 2022. ♥️🙏🏼😅

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  398. Susan on

    Looking forward to cooler temperatures, the trees changing colors, snow and hoping all the fires finally end.

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  399. Danna G on

    I am enjoying the fall season by finishing up with. my summer harvest and collecting seeds for next year so I can grow bigger and better!

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  400. Krystle S on

    Cooking thanksgiving dinner with my family and building garlands for friends to enjoy after way too long apart!

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  401. Tara Abrams on

    I’m looking forward to cooler days and fall color. I can’t wait to harvest from my fall veggie patch, it’s the largest yet! Roasted beets and carrots!

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  402. Brenda on

    Fall is my favorite season, I look forward to the cooler weather, spending time around the campfire, hiking and being with my family, which now includes my first grandbaby!!!

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  403. Brenda Ruckstuhl on

    I look forward to cleaning up the gardens and preparing for spring.

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  404. Stacy Wamble on

    I’m loving that my flowers are finally blooming and I’m able to bring them around to neighbors! Plus Fall brings cooler weather and spending time with the family outside is so much more pleasant.

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  405. Darline Mitchell on

    Looking forward to shopping florets seeds. Harvesting and preserving. Getting the farm tucked in for winter.

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  406. Hannah on

    I’m looking forward to my first vacation in 2 years and finding time for arts and crafts as summer slows into fall.

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  407. Amanda on

    I am looking forward to hearty homecooked meals, seeing family for the holidays & celebrating all 3 of my kids birthdays.

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  408. Amanda Bowker on

    My favorite part of fall is the changing of the leaves that make the beautiful sunsets even better!❤️

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  409. Anna D on

    Enjoy the slower paced season, but start planning for next planting season!

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  410. Karin S on

    I am looking forward to cooler weather, yummy apples, and everything pumpkin.

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  411. Casandra J. on

    Beautiful hikes with the fam, garden planning, hot-chocolate, and baking. 🍂

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  412. Jen on

    We have had cooler weather since August. Bogs are a staple in our Alaskan wardrobe.

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  413. Donna Young on

    I love, love, love working in my garden but this year I hardly took a break! I’m not complaining because I enjoyed every minute but with the cooler temperatures and most of the garden put to bed I’ve started to enjoy just sitting outside and relaxing, looking at the Dahlias and flowers that are still blooming! I am looking forward to some indoor projects as well to keep me busy restoring a couple of pieces of furniture and of course planning my garden for next year!

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  414. Sandra Strypko on

    Looking forward to cooler days and watch my garden finally be able to breathe after a long summer of too much of S. Florida heat.

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  415. Jen on

    We have had cooler weather since august. We love our bogs for the weather extremes in Alaska.

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  416. Geneviève champness on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather (after pretty much 3 months over 100 degrees) , tending to the yard, having bonfires, and catching up on reading. 😊

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  417. Katie on

    I’m most looking forward to being back in school in person a little longer … breaking the kids back in feels like breaking in some animals!

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  418. Karol Fteeze on

    I’m looking forward to the cooler weather and planting new perennials to overwinter in my garden. Homemade pumpkin donuts, apple cider and fire pits in the garden! And Fall reminds us that it’s ok to let things go…new things will emerge in the spring.

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  419. Joanne Thong on

    I discovered cut flower gardening almost towards the end of the season. Now I also made more growing space available for growing flowers in the garden, I look forward to start planting fall bulbs to start my first real growing season strong

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  420. Michelle on

    I can’t wait to get the lot ready for spring planting and trying to grow hardy winter flowers! Wish me luck!!

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  421. Sarah Rust on

    Planting my daffodil and tulip bulbs and the fresh fall air and NO HEAT WAVES lol

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  422. Hattie on

    I’m looking forward to pumpkin pie. Delicious!

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  423. mary O"Brien on

    love the cooler weather and outdoor fires in the outdoor stove !!!

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  424. Torrie @ Dream Acre Flower Farm on

    I just finished up my first year flower farming, and I’m excited for fall because it means I’ll finally have a chance to BREATHE, ha ha! I always used to really struggle with winter, but I actually think that flower farming might really help with that — now I will probably look forward to it as a season of rest and renewal, rather than as a dark and gloomy season that goes on forever.

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  425. Tammy Makoul on

    Well this fall I love planting my spring bed and cozying it up so it can produce such abundant and beautiful flowers for me early spring. I’m in Zone 6b and it gets cold and wet and these carharrt boots would be perfect!!! 🤍

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  426. Kate Songhurst on

    I’m looking forward to looking like a troll…coveralls, destroying all my clothes, a ratty bun and no makeup.. Yayy!! J/k.. seriously though.. no one comes to a upick dahlia farm in the muddy fall so I get to turn into my inner troll. Who ever reads these.. pick me!! I destroy every pair of boots I own.. they never make it out of a full season.. it’s true, a real problem. I am a troll who ruins everything claiming to be suitable. Yayy me.

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  427. Lori Birchfield on

    I’m looking forward to planting Spring Cool hardy annuals and seeing them bloom earlier in the Spring than ever.

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  428. Carol Dunn on

    Planting all the bulbs in preparation for the spring beauty and the cooler weather

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  429. Joanne Heiser on

    I love, love all things fall! The cooler weather, the leaves, and for the first time I’m planting cool weather annuals. Looking forward to a great spring harvest!

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  430. Hazell Flores on

    First time ever seeing fall in the US. I’m excited to see all.

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  431. Mary Chic on

    I am excited about fall because the colors are amazing this time of year. We are expecting a very colorful fall here in NE PA and I am stoked!

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  432. Elaine Gilman on

    I am looking forward to tucking in our fall flower beds and enjoying fall sunsets as our Texas weather finally begins to cool.

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  433. Megan on

    I’m looking forward to holiday celebrations and decorations.

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  434. Ana on

    Watching my 3 year old dive into piles of leaves in our yard is the big one. Fall is always special i our family. We got married in the fall, bought our house and had our first son in the fall. We just love this time of year.

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  435. Leslie WeldGartrell on

    We moved this summer and I spent July, August and September cutting back overgrowth, digging out overgrown shrubs and stumps (oh my!) and lifting sod to create flower beds. Now the plants and bulbs I ordered online are arriving and I am finally able to start planting my dream!

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  436. Heather moon on

    I am so looking forward slowing down after an amazing season. All the fall things, including that crispy air!!

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  437. Emma Pierce on

    I am so excited to come home from college to dig my first tubers and collect more seed from my first crop of dahlias! … thanks Floret for the new passion! There will be many more next year!

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  438. Farrah Rutherford on

    Looking forward to warm apple cider and cozy sweaters. I just discovered your company and I’m in love!

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  439. Christina on

    The things I’ve been most looking forward to have almost passed (Canada). I love the yellow leaves in our yard, I love the sights and sounds of the migrating geese and I love thanksgiving. And using the pumpkins I grew! Pumpkin loaf in the oven as I type this. 🍁

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  440. Ashley Arai on

    Going out in the morning to feed the chickens and goats. ☺️

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  441. Johanna Wiley on

    I’m a new gardener, so I’m looking forward to learning about the end of season wrap-up/the advance prep for springtime! Getting out into nature has been such a joy over the past few months and I can’t wait to continue to learn and grow. Even as cold, wet weather approaches, I’m excited to dive into all of the “behind the scenes” work that goes into growing beautiful things!

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  442. Sara Andrews on

    Slow walks taking in all the fall colors and changes in the garden.

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  443. Angela Grey on

    I’m looking forward to Halloween! Carving pumpkins with the kids and taking them trick-or-treating is so much fun.

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  444. Amanda on

    Pulling my tubers and planting my bulbs are top of the list. Clearing the top hill for more growing space for next year!

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  445. Carrie Macdonald on

    Cozy evenings by the fire, crunchy leaves, and more football!!

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  446. Sarah Dian on

    Apple cider doughnuts, cool morning hikes with my pup, changing leaves and all the pumpkins!

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  447. Brenda Brieden on

    I’m looking forward to digging up my dahlias, dividing, storing and taking a break from the garden. Then it’s time for ski season, pottery class and big baggy sweaters. Cheers!

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  448. Kelly Jensen on

    We’re building a bigger better greenhouse this fall and I’m pumped to see how it turns out!! We’re also quite excited to see the Halloween decorations at local home, they go all out every year!

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  449. Denisa Anderson on

    Ooops fall not spring. Dahlia seeds in spring..I love fall and am looking forward to reclaiming the messy wildflower fields to plant a ton of ornamental grasses for drought tolerant, structural, naturalized habitats for critters and to see the sun shine through them and frost to outline them.

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  450. Deane Noftsier on

    I’m looking forward to clear night skies, planning for next year’s garden, and making memories with my family.

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  451. Cindy on

    I’m looking forward to learning how to grow a beautiful garden like yours🌸only much smaller :-)

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  452. Mg on

    Piles of leaves, cider, and planting garlic.

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  453. Meredith on

    Chilly weather, sweaters, pumpkins, leaves changing, and all the chili/soup!

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  454. Lilly on

    After a summer full of smoke and fires I’ve never been so looking for the cool frosts of fall. In the last few weeks the days have gotten clear and cold. What a relief.

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  455. DM on

    Raking up leaves

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  456. Dena Ohl on

    I love all things fall!!! Fires, family, friends, fallen leaves, beautiful weather, my birthday and our 10th anniversary!!

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  457. Caralyn Roeper on

    excited to follow the earth, tucking myself amongst the leaves in preparation for the season of rest and renewal, preparing for regrowth this spring.

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  458. Sabrina Nguyen on

    Oh there’s so much to look forward to! Cool weather veggies & flowers, colorful pumpkins, spiced hot drinks, pies, the holidays, buying/planning my garden layouts- many more. Super exciting!

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  459. Kristee Weischedel on

    The beauty of fall, leaves falling, pumpkins, fall flowers, cooler weather.

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  460. Kelsey on

    I am looking forward to the cooler weather and planting a flower garden for the first time ever!

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  461. Denisa Anderson on

    I’m looking forward to starting dahlias from seed for the first time!

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  462. Elizabeth Saucier on

    Looking forward to pre-rooting my ranunculus and anemones and to doing a final pruning to tuck our garden in for the winter.

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  463. Melody on

    Colorful leaves and digging my dahlia bulbs.

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  464. Whit on

    Flannels and Hot apple cider

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  465. Jenny on

    Looking forward to pumpkin patch outing with my 3 year old grandson and making pumpkin cream cheese rolls with him. He loves to help Nana!

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  466. Dawn Guy on

    I’m excited to take a breath!
    It’s been a very busy spring, summer and fall and reading a book after a walk in the woods sounds pretty incredible right now.

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  467. Shelly on

    Getting cozy by the fire .

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  468. Janis on

    Looking forward to planting bulbs and harvesting seeds for next spring.

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  469. Jasmine H on

    Wearing my flannels and boots again!

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  470. Megan on

    Cozy cool nights in, planting garlic cloves to overwinter and way too many holiday cookies!!

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  471. Benita Warkentin on

    Experiencing our first Fall on our farm! Getting everything ready for Spring when we plant 1200 lavender plants! 💜

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  472. Jessie Thompson on

    Love fall flowers, vegetables and the feel in the air. Also it’s birthday season in our house.

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  473. Beth on

    Fall colors, all the cinnamon flavored desserts and planting bulbs for the very first time!

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  474. Gilbert on

    Looking forward to redoing the front yard to a native garden!

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  475. Kim on

    Looking forward to dahlias, fall foods/recipes: apple torte, squashes, pumpkin pies!

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  476. Kristine Candiff on

    I’m looking forward to fall colors and rest! While planning for Spring of course!

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  477. Kathy Fuller on

    I’m working on a landscape design for a new house recently purchased. The downside is the yard is mostly lawn. The upside is the yard is a blank slate. :)

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  478. Debbie on

    I am so ready for quiet autumn hikes on deserted forest trails.

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  479. Amy on

    I am looking forward to cleaning up the garden and starting my plans for next years plantings.

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  480. Roddy on

    Looking forward to being able to sleep with the windows open at night, a heavy blanket on the bed, with no fan 😍

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  481. Lindsay on

    Taking some rest with the longer nights, finishing market season strong. and wearing big sweaters.

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  482. Jackie Paule on

    Love the fall so much with coziness, crocktober cooking, and all the colors too!

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  483. Jodi on

    I’m looking forward to planting bulbs, hopefully start my deer fence for my cut flower garden inside my fenced yard! Lol ..cooler weather ..praying for a rainy winter!! Southern Oregon is so dry

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  484. Lori Poole on

    I’m ready to rake up the leaves into a big pile and flop right into them like I am a kid again!!!

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  485. Tina Pender on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather, fewer mosquitoes, and my daughter’s wedding in 13 days!!!!

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  486. Angela Sossei on

    Living in Maine I look forward to leaf 🍁 peaking, apple picking and getting cozy on the couch with my family watch movies. Fall is my favorite time of year

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  487. Sarah S. on

    I am looking forward to cooler weather and to cozy up with all of the blankets!

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  488. Jen Barrow on

    I’m looking forward to spiced cider, the color of the leaves in the Rockies, and curling up with a good book. Sure do love the shoulder season! Town will be empty and there will be long walks in the woods with no tourists.

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  489. Kelsey Bogner on

    I’m looking forward to catching up with family and (finally) going on a vacation!

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  490. Aki on

    What I look forward to most this fall, I must admit are fall foods (yum!), fall colors, and planting my winter garden. I just can’t pass up the pies, apple everything, all the warm spices goodies, plus all the savory soups and stews. Getting cozy by the fire with my family, going from Halloween to New Years is just the best. These next few months will fly by. Eat, drink, plant and be merry!

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  491. Devonee Searle on

    I am looking forward to getting some tulip bulbs in the ground preparing for spring beauty! I am also looking forward to being inside more baking and spending time with my family!

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  492. Valerie on

    I’m looking forward to garden 2022 planning! Love slowing down and reflecting on our just finished growing season.

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  493. Rebekah on

    I’m excited for cooler weather…I love the crispness in the air in fall!

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  494. Anna Betler on

    I’m looking forward to spending time watching the season change!! I just love the changing of the leaves :)

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  495. Michal Woodbridge on

    This fall I’m looking forward to cozying up with hot chocolate after hiking and exploring the outdoors with friends and family.

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  496. Ashley Thomas on

    I’m looking forward to getting our irrigation system revamped so that I can add to our cutting garden. We are hoping to add about 1/2 an acre of flowers! I’m so excited, but nervous at the same time! Planning on lots of zinnias, statice and dahlias.

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  497. Mary on

    Slowing down, planning for next year.

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  498. Molly Schreiner on

    I’m looking forward to using the storable product to incorporate into my holiday meals to share with family and friends this holiday season. As well as using the time away from the garden to plan for next year! Bigger and better.

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  499. Anika on

    I am looking forward to planting my bulbs in the next few days. We are having a sunny spell making fall garden chores a real treat!

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  500. Teresa May on

    I’m looking forward to my first cutting garden this coming year. We were able to build an deer proof, enclosed raised bed area in our backyard this year and I’m so excited to choose seeds and bulbs to fill it next year. So happy to have found you and your blog, books, and Instagram for inspiration.

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  501. Susie Stuvland on

    I am looking forward to revisiting the floret classes and making a better plan for next year! This year was a challenge but I never felt like giving up! I feel ultra motivated to be better and get better!!!! I am so thankful for fellow flower farmers in my area, they keep it all real and it is so good to talk flower language with people from the flower planet!!! Fall takes me one season closer to flower season #4!!!

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  502. Raine Lookabill on

    This fall I am looking forward to beginning my first research position on campus studying root competition in viticulture crops and cover crops! I will be starting in the lab and in the field this upcoming week. This position is a huge opportunity for me to make connections and get valuable experience for my future career. I am also looking forward to hearing back from a company that I applied to be an agronomy research intern at!

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  503. Kalli Alvis on

    I am looking forward to the smell of decaying leaves, cooler nights, life slowing down, putting my garden to rest, reading books, bonfires, hoodies, cuddling under a blanket, crisp mornings and fall colors.

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  504. Lindsey on

    Crisp mornings and warm afternoons, Campfires and Whiskey, pretty leaves, honestly I love how life tends to slow down and we can enjoy the little things again.

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  505. Lisa Cataldi on

    Planning for all the beautiful flowers, I’ll be growing next season and enjoying all the holiday things with my family!

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  506. Martha Anderson on

    I am looking forward to cozy sweaters, chili, apples, changing leaves and crisp blue skys.

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  507. Rachel Morrow on

    Seeing fall foliage! We’ve recently moved farther north and I can already tell our trees are going to put on a show. 😍

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  508. Mackenzie on

    This fall I am looking forward to the calm of the fall and winter seasons!

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  509. Norah on

    Planting my tulip bulbs!

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  510. Valerie Perry Raskin on

    After my Mom passed away in November 2019 I created a memorial flower garden for her and have enjoyed sharing all the tulips, alliums, dahlias, and zinnias with my family members. My love of working in the garden is only surpassed by the joy it brings to everyone else. This fall I’m looking forward to continuing to fill the garden with more bulbs and more memories. ❤️

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  511. Amanda Brown on

    Planting my first-ever special-ordered tulips :)

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  512. Kelly on

    Looking forward to cool air, blanket snuggles, and fires! And cider… and leaves… honestly fall is the BEST in Michigan🥰

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  513. Samantha S on

    Cool weather, warm fuzzy socks, hot drinks and brightly colored leaves!

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  514. Stephanie on

    Salted caramel lattes and some much needed rain in Southern California.

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  515. Cathy on

    Looking forward to homemade soups and shorter days! I enjoy having time to reflect and regroup

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  516. Anne on

    I love fall because of the changing jobs on the farm. The vegetable and annual beds go to sleep, and it means that winter will bring planning for the next season. The arrival of the first seed catalogs for the following year. I know I could farm year round in warmer climates, but there is magic in the death and rebirth that fall and winter bring.

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  517. Heidi on

    We have a Buffalo grass lawn–slow to green up in the spring, so I like planting spring bulbs for a meadow-like vibe while the lawn greens. Just grabbed a bunch of scilla, species tulips, muscari, and crocus from the greenhouse I work for to add this fall, plus some double narcissus for the potager. Squeeeeee! Fun to plant, fun to see everyone come up next spring!

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  518. Tara on

    I’m looking forward to putting on my hand knit sweaters and socks!

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  519. Claire Strebeck on

    I’m looking forward to visiting friends & family and making a bonfire :-)

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  520. Legaci Walls on

    I’m most looking forward to the leaves changing colors and the cool weather finally here in the south!

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  521. Mindy fortune on

    October is my favorite month. It’s my birthday month and Halloween. I love walking the dogs around the neighborhood and talking to all the neighbors who are out and about because the weather in Ohio is so beautiful this time of year.

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  522. Ashley on

    I am looking forward to designing and building our tiny home, yay!

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  523. Callie Sirak on

    I’m looking forward to my first fall/winter with an actual greenhouse to extend our growing season. Also, dreaming of spring flowers already!

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  524. Jen Hartnett on

    I’m most looking forward to finalizing my plans for my first ever cut flower garden! It’s all tilled and ready to go for spring. I am spending this fall researching seeds and using Floret’s spacing templates (9” x 9” and 12” x 12”) to calculate how much I’ll need in my space!

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  525. Laura Mack on

    I’m excited to plant my bulbs for Spring. It will be our first year growing them in our new garden and also in pots.

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  526. Callie M on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather and hot tubbing!

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  527. Caeli Reese on

    Looking forward to planting my spring bulbs! I bought loads of Bearded Irises, Tulips and Alliums this year. My husband and I bought our home in November last year so there are many landscaping projects ahead of us , Lol. My husband and I are also in the process of building his Wood Firing Kiln on our property. Concrete pad was laid this summer and we are hoping to start stacking the bricks next spring when the weather is not harsh anymore . Lots of work to be done but beyond excited to get the wheels turning on all our projects!!

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  528. James on

    We’re looking forward to our first ever storing of our Dahlia tubers, seeding our flowers and planting tulips for the spring!

    Your class was so fun to take and we’re pushing ourselves to learn more each day

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  529. Brienne on

    Looking forward to breaking out my crockpot and sweaters!

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  530. Sherri on

    Sweater weather is a fave time of year. Apple picking at the nearest orchard is always on the list of Fall activities including caramel apples lattés and pumpkin carving

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  531. Abigail Lerma on

    I think my Husband would LOVE if I updated my boot situation. I love jumping into my Dads old-school rubber boots that are a bit clunky but get the job done. Mamas need to get it done!

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  532. Amanda on

    Believe it or not, I’m looking forward to building and installing raised beds this fall to keep my bulbs mole-free, and ripping out all the summer growth for a fresh start next spring!

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  533. Brenda Ates on

    I’m looking forward to cooler temperatures and cozy sweaters this fall.

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  534. Kristen on

    The crisp fall air and beautiful colors of the trees!

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  535. Wendy Moreau on

    I’m looking forward to things slowing down a bit. I love spring and summer, but once the first hard frost has passed, and the garden has been put to rest, its time to slow down a bit and relax before the hustle and the bustle of the holidays begins. Happy Fall y’all !!

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  536. Rachel on

    Fall leaves and sweaters. Planning the gardens for next year and my favorite tradition with my husband-planting our tulip bulbs and wildflower seeds!

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  537. Jessica Hulon on

    I am looking forward to building my greenhouse and being able to start my seedlings- also planting bulbs for the 1st time!!

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  538. Natalie Fuller on

    I’m looking forward to digging up my first year of dahlias and finish planting my bulbs!!

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  539. Julie on

    Sweater weather, fall leaves, evening fire with my husband and making Smores with my grandchildren! It’s been warm here in Ohio and I’m happy to report my bee’s choice dahlias are still blooming and the bees are loving it! I’ve learned so much from you this year and I want to say…..THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!🍁🌰🍂😘

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  540. Hollie Barned on

    I’m excited for the wind down… getting to spend more time with the family.. and to plan! This when my mind starts to gear up for next year.

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  541. Megan Payment on

    I love the smell in the air this time of year and the crisp foggy mornings.

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  542. Celine on

    Hopefully moving into my new house and planning my spring garden!

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  543. Boris Caballero on

    I am excited and anxiously awaiting the spring time to see the 2535 tulip bulbs in full bloom displaying a sea of colors and textures in my flower bed. Dreams does come true!

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  544. Joanne Leiman on

    In addition to getting locally grown dahlias, I’m looking forward to getting coral charm peonies grown in Chile. Dahlias and peonies?! Great combo!

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  545. Nancy Solano on

    I’m dying to dig my tubers to see how certain varieties multiplied. It’s like Christmas, but messier 🤗

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  546. Rebecca Metz on

    I am excited to plan and plant bulbs. Something to look forward to over the winter!

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  547. Lindsay Devoll on

    I’m so looking forward to finally getting a break from the scorching summer heat!! I’m also looking forward to putting the old garden to bed and prepping lots of new beds for next year, which will be our first full year selling produce and flowers!!

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  548. Deb on

    Firepit with bourbon

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  549. Terri on

    The crisp air, the fall leaves and crops and bundling up in sweaters, plush blankets. Warm and cozy!

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  550. Denise on

    Finishing my new book Cut Flower Garden and prepping the flower beds for our New England winter ❄️

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  551. Erica on

    Time to reflect, slow down, label my tubers 😂🤗… possibly these boots …. hehe

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  552. Lori Kee on

    I’m excited about seeing the leaves change (it’s so gorgeous here!) and redoing my front garden to plant more bulbs.

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  553. Rachel McDaniel on

    I’m most excited about getting out of bed each morning and breathing cool, fall air. Every day is a blessing!

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  554. Jess Lokker on

    I love the fiery foliage colours and the abundance of dahlias at this time of year 🍁 fall is the season of appreciation for all of the hard work and love put into the garden during the year. And knowing a time of rest is just around the corner!

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  555. Heather on

    Warm apple cider and cider donuts!

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  556. Hollie M on

    I’m looking forward to getting back into my inside hobbies like painting and writing now that the flower season is winding down!

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  557. Christine on

    I’m so excited for pumpkins, sweaters and cozy candles! Most of all planning all fall for my spring garden! 🍂🍁

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  558. Kelly Hurst on

    I’m excited and grateful that I get to witness the changing of the seasons, the cool crisp air, the leaves. I’m excited yet scared for what’s to come with my flower journey.

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  559. Jenn Powell on

    This past Feb, an ice storm caused a tree to fall on our garage. We’ve spent all year cleaning up and trying to still grow a garden and flowers. This fall, I’m looking forward to meeting with contractors and imagining the new building that will replace our old garage. A building with floor to ceiling glass windows / doors to enjoy the view of the property that we cherish even though nature is a beast.

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  560. Jeannie on

    This fall, I am most looking forward to two things; cool weather in our new climate and beginning plans to change our lives and start a business (thanks in part to Floret for MAJOR doses if inspiration).

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  561. Dara Neumann on

    Planting a cover crop this year and I’m excited about it.

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  562. Melissa Joseph on

    Planting hundreds of bulbs at our new home as we moved away this summer from a lake home we had curated the gardens at foe years! A clean slate for spring beauty.

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  563. Heidi J- MOJO meadows on

    I’m most excited about fall planting and preparing for spring beauties! Growing lots of tulips for the first time! Wish me luck!

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  564. Kristin on

    I’m looking forward to clearing out my garden and prepping for next spring! :)

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  565. Kathryn on

    I’m excited for the changing leaves here in New England after living in California for 10 years. I’m hoping to see some great color on our trees as we moved into our house in December. This will also be the first year I plant bulbs ever(!!) so I’m looking forward to learning the process and designing our landscape further.

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  566. Miranda Gallagher on

    I’m looking forward to planting all my spring bulbs and planning the garden for next year!

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  567. Janice Korsmo on

    Would love a pair of bogs to keep these tired feet dry when I garden! I’m looking forward to thinking about all the bulbs sleeping the winter away after I tuck them in to their garden beds this fall.

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  568. Hannah on

    O I’m looking forward to enjoying watching my kids chase the big falling leaves. Fall is so magical.

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  569. Joanna Eun on

    I am looking forward to pumpkin ice cream, cooler fall temperatures, fall foliage’s & gimjang with my family.

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  570. Melissa Daigneault on

    We had tractor work done this weekend so we can put in bulbs and prep for our first ever cut flower garden. 🤗

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  571. Sarah on

    Most looking forward to starting fall clean-ups and getting to pick bulbs! I love to leaf through all of the bulb catalogues and pick unique tulips/daffodils for clients.

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  572. DeVonya on

    I am always so torn to see the frost arrive, not like it should be a surprise but it always gets me. I have loved my flowers this year and I am going to miss my daily wandering. This first year we have learned so much. I am looking forward to planning what will go in the ground for next year!!

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  573. Kristin Fish on

    I’m most looking forward to peak New England foliage in the next week or so!

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  574. Julianna on

    Watching the leaves change , Craft shows and enjoying the last of my Dahlia blooms

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  575. Leslie on

    I’m looking forward to getting our landscaping in order for next. Fall is full of promise for next year!

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  576. Elena on

    I am looking forward to starting my new garden this fall. There so many thing to plan and to do, but the most exciting is to plant bulbs that will bring so much joy next spring!

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  577. Lisa Buchanan on

    This fall I’m looking forward to the shorter days, the smell of decaying leaves, the lemony color of the sun and that feeling that the earth is saying ahhhh as it prepares to rest and rejuvenates over the loooong dark winter. I can’t believe I said the shorter days but there’s something that makes me want to slow down, like the growing season, to sleep in a little longer, cook more souls and stews and perhaps take an afternoon nap. Once spring comes I feel I start gearing up just like all the plants and bulbs that are bursting through the damp earth and it’s pretty busy right through the summer. For me, fall is about syncing my rhythm to the earth. 🍁🍂

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  578. Marin Prociw on

    So enjoying the crisp weather killing all the mosquitoes in middle Tennessee 🤣

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  579. Michelle on

    I’m looking forward to cleaning up the summer flowers and plants and getting ready for next spring!

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  580. Amy Schmelzer on

    I have actually been enjoying my favorite part of fall for the past week or two: the lower humidity and my goldilocks temps of 75 in the day and 60 at night. Normally they just blip on past on the way to winter but this year it’s lingering and I love it.

    The next thing I am looking forward to is the very bittersweet first frost. It will give me permission to completely rip out those tomato plants that are just limping along.

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  581. wendy on

    We worked HARD to fill the woodshed…yay for wood stove fires! And spiced cider!

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  582. Sarah on

    Looking forward to the departure of mosquitos and no-see-ums!

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  583. Annielaurie on

    Ahh well, I’m looking forward to planting my pumpkins & flowers in May – with intention – and not willy nilly let’s see what the deer, birds, & squirrels have spread in the spring.

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  584. Heidi on

    I’m most looking forward to pulling the dahlias & testing 🙂 Very excited for spring tulips!

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  585. Haley on

    Can’t wait for our Fall elopement, spiced cider, bulb planting, and camping!

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  586. Candice on

    I’m looking forward to fall hikes through the changing trees with a warm thermos of apple cider. Heaven!

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  587. Jenelle on

    I’m looking forward to having my little flower farm put to bed for winter, planting lots and lots of tulip bulbs plus anemones and ranunculus in preparation for Spring!

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  588. Linnie on

    Looking forward to sleeping in, and dreaming of next years garden!! Watching the leaves change and all things apple and pumpkin 💚

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  589. Lori on

    The basic pumpkin spice everywhere…I do love it

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  590. Heather on

    I grew up in an apple orchard
    Picking apples in the fall is one of my favorite things.
    And my birthday- go Libra’s!
    Not to mention my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving

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  591. Karen on

    Looking forward to a big move to the very northern coast of British Columbia. 😄

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  592. claire d on

    i’m looking forward to the crisp morning air and seed saving for next year.

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  593. Angela on

    I’m looking forward to fires in the wood burning fireplace and planning out which flowers I’m hoping to grow in the spring.

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  594. Patty on

    Fall foliage and fall baking.

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  595. Emily on

    Looking forward to fall walks and cozy cups of hot cocoa with my girls. Maybe a coffee for this Momma. My girls are my farmhands; ages 3, 3 and 6! New England fall is so beautiful.

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  596. Akisa on

    Can’t wait to see my dhalia tubers from floret dhalia seeds! First time ever grown from seeds. So excited!

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  597. Marilyn Crowley on

    Looking forward to the last days of this season’s dahlias (which have never looked better) and doubling the size of my gardens for next year :)

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  598. Martha lashin on

    I love the crisp fall nights and having a fire 🔥 in the firepit. The boots will be great for going into the woods looking for sticks for the fire. 🍁

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  599. Kelsey on

    A weekend away in the NY Adirondack mountains – they are stunning all year but pure magic in the Fall!

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  600. Deb Currin on

    I’m so excited for foggy morning’s flavored with wood smoke. Strolling the garden while sipping pumpkin spice coffee. Most of all sitting down and planning out my vegetable and flower garden for fall and winter.🍁🙏🏻

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  601. Michelle Cormier on

    I am looking forward to the beautiful fall colors and to clean up the flower gardens 🌻.

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  602. Marie B. on

    I’m looking forward to sitting by the fireplace with a cozy blanket and Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden book, planning my Spring and Summer flowers and plants. ☺️

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  603. Krissy Bates on

    I am most looking forward to collecting every color leaf with my kiddos scavenger hunt style!

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  604. Melissa on

    I’m looking forward to not cutting down trees for our firewood and instead sitting in our warm house using said firewood…

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  605. Diana R. Adam on

    Crisp fall air with the smell of leaves and some rain showers too :). And a new pair of bogs!! In hopes that will make it rain here next summer we are still 10 inches below normal rainfall here in NorthDakota zone 4a!

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  606. Tracee Kradas on

    I am most looking forward to learning how to grow dahlias! I’ve learned so much from you about growing flowers from watching your IM stories and your program on discovery+

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  607. Ryann Moser on

    I’m most looking forward to getting all of my new areas prepped for spring planting ! It will be a huge project & we have 3 little ones & run another business so all my extra time is going to this. I can never find a good pair of boots. I would love these!

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  608. Elaine Weiner on

    Looking forward to slowing down with the season. Some cozy days doing nothing but staying warm

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  609. Grammy on

    Blankets and hot tea on the sofa!

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  610. Hannah on

    We just moved to New York after living in Norway for the past three years. While I am homesick for Norway, one fall tradition that we’ve continued is foraging for mushrooms. One of the happiest moments since the move was finding our first stateside chantarelle ✨ a pair of Bogs would be a blessing so we can heal our raw hearts and continue to explore the woods!

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  611. Andrea Ruf on

    I am looking forward to the mosquitos returning to hell and planting my very first spring cut flower garden!

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  612. Kim on

    I’m looking forward to planning next year’s bigger garden, and I’m weirdly looking forward to digging up my dahlia tubers. It’s the first time and I want to see if I can tell how many eyes they have and see how many more plants I can divide them into for next year.

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  613. Miranda on

    Looking forward to wearing winter socks!

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  614. Debbie Schwab on

    It may be cliché but I love the fall colors, crisp air, sitting by a fireplace and of course pumpkin and spice everything!! I’m already making pumpkin spice coffee, roasted pumpkin and sage soup, muffins and our take on an old fashioned using pumpkin butter. It’s one of my favorite times of the year!

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  615. Tarah McBride on

    This Fall I’m looking forward to no longer sweating all the time 🤣 and planning my garden for next year!

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  616. Chelsea Crisler on

    This fall I am most excited to design our winter garden beds at the Botanical Garden I work at full time!… It is my first year managing the conservatories so seeing my designs grow to maturity and maintaining them during is the best feeling! For this season I went with “fire and ice” for my inspiration.

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  617. Cathy Seymour on

    I’m looking forward to planting garlic, tulips and daffodils!

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  618. Whitney on

    I’m looking forward to cool evenings snuggled up with my boys!

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  619. Treasure Winger on

    I look forward to cooler evenings by a warm fire and cozy sweaters and slippers. Last year, the hummingbirds were crazy here in Florida near the end of their migration. We had at least 10-15 every day fighting for a drink at our feeders and final flowering buds. It was amazing and I’m so hopeful it will happen again. Even the decay of my summer garden was fun to watch. All of the changes that happen in nature this time of year bring my husband and I so much joy. ❤️

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  620. Susan Prisco on

    So looking forward to Apple pie, Apple cider and apple fritters!! All the yummy fall treats!

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  621. Allison Hicken on

    I am looking forward to all of the excitement that comes with having kids in a season…. Observing fall colors, leaf rubbings, raking and playing in the leaves, baking together, and expressing gratitude for the harvest we have had.

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  622. Donna on

    Looking forward to finishing off my new raised flower beds for next years dahlias. Lost everything this year due to excessive rain and flooding. Oh and cider mill donuts! Yum

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  623. Jamie Slye on

    I love the fall because it’s a chance to finish harvesting, tidy up the garden, prep seeds and bulbs for next year, and slowly let the earth (and myself) wind down! I always sketch out a new garden plan and follow maybe half of it 😂

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  624. Amy Cross on

    Looking forward to cozy sweaters and football season and getting ready for the holidays!

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  625. Abby Snopek on

    I love the cooler weather and the changing leaves in Wisconsin. They’re definitely the best show in the fall.

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  626. Sam on

    I’m looking forward to planting all the fall plants in my garden and saving my Dahlia tubers for the first time!

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  627. Jennifer on

    I look forward to clearing out the garden to plan for our first year of cut flowers, and also to have hot chocolate by the fire! :)

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  628. Jenna Kindler on

    So looking forward to colorful leaves and apple pie! Thank for hosting the giveaway :)

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  629. Lea brenna on

    Looking forward to dreaming of next year’s garden, making lists of all the equipment I need, and the bountiful harvest to come.

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  630. Taylor Berhow on

    I love cold weather, so I’m looking forward to a transition to winter!

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  631. Sam Prisco on

    I’m most looking forward to all the harvest festivals and bonfires with my family!

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  632. Megan on

    I’m looking forward to some cooler days, a little less rain and family time!

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  633. Stacy V on

    Fall is when I can take a break and appreciate my summer accomplishments. The gardens are near the end so things slow down a bit to enjoy, before cleaning up for winter.

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  634. Lynette Swanson on

    This fall, I’m stoked to further my home garden with all that I have been learning this year and introduced more fall planted bulbs like tulips and daffodils.

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  635. Angela Turley on

    This fall I am looking forward to seeing the beautiful changes in weather and landscape around me. I’m also looking forward to preparing my garden beds for a winter sleep to be ready to go in the spring!

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  636. Kathryn Smith on

    I’m excited for the first frost when I can get outside and dig up my row of dahlias. I’ve read the book Discovering Dahlias and have learned the techniques to put them to bed for the winter. I’m obsessed with dividing and conquering with dreams of even more Dahlias for the year 2022.

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  637. Jennifer Fuentes on

    I’m looking forward to seeing all the changing leaves and the beautiful fall colors.

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  638. Angelina on

    I’m looking forward to cleaning up my gardens and putting them to bed for the winter. 🥰

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  639. Kirsten Tyminski on

    Looking forward to building the “foundation” for a raised bed garden to be planted in spring! It’s been a dream for years

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  640. Joan Coffey-Taylor on

    I look forward to the watching my granddaughter’s run through the beautiful fall leaves in our back yard…there’s always a lot of laughter and joy in the air.

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  641. Robin Emerson on

    Fall means family trip to the mountains and Saturday night weiny roast with the family.

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  642. Laura S on

    I look forward to getting my bulbs in the ground and spending a little time relaxing before the garden rush of 2022.

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  643. Roxanne Ellis on

    Looking forward to the cooler weather, trees turning their beautiful color & stacking wood for winter months 🧡

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  644. Amanda on

    Beginning my flower farm by planting tulips!! Also curled up with some good coffee and blanket smelling the crisp fall air ❣️

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  645. Karen Roorda on

    Looking forward to the beautiful mums to flourish on my front porch!

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  646. Sharon Laggis on

    Living on a Jersey dairy farm in Vermont, I’m looking forward to a slower pace. Crops in and gardens put to bed. Time to refuel.

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  647. Heather Marx on

    I always look forward to Thanksgiving. It is hands down my favorite holiday. Good food, family, games. (30 lb turkey!)
    This year will be a bit difficult since we lost my dad this past spring.
    We will find ways to honor him nonetheless.

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  648. Jerina Strickler on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather, fall baseball for the kids and planting tulip bulbs!

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  649. Deena Miller on

    Fall is when my little mountain town feels magical, lit from within with a million different colored trees. It’s also the time I can slow down and enjoy it!

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  650. Adrianna Allen on

    We are in Tennessee for the fall/winter because my husband is a travel nurse. I cannot wait to see this state during fall. I have heard about the breathtaking beauty, and I want my daughters to watch the seasons change. Us being from San Antonio, we don’t get to see it often. We already visited Smoky Mountain National Park once. We know we will be going back several more times.

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  651. Laura on

    Walking in the woods listening to the leaves crunch under foot.

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  652. Katie Heiner on

    I’m looking forward to life slowing down, getting in some quality family time and digging deeper on all things flowers. I’m new to the flower world and can’t wait to plant new varieties next year!

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  653. Rory Anderson on

    Fall to me screams CROCKPOT DINNERS!! Plus up here in the Pacific NW lots of rain and the return of GREEN GREEN GREEN everywhere!

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  654. Kelli LeBeau on

    My exciting new venture into dahlias begins this Spring. Planning the garden to include them is a highlight as I say goodbye to Kansas blooms and the cool sets in. 2022 is going to be a fantastic garden year.

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  655. Orlando on

    I’m looking forward to the pumpkin patches, the apple picking and wine tasting at my local farms.. also super exited for Halloween and haunted houses.

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  656. Laurelle Guillet on

    This fall I’m looking forward to planting garlic and tulips. Love the fall colours and putting some things to bed till next spring.

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  657. Rochelle on

    My first true fall season in the Smokies with my family!

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  658. Kay on

    I am looking forward to brisk fall days painted with brilliant orange, yellow and red leaves.!

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  659. Emily on

    Most looking forward to little adventures with my toddler and baby – pumpkin patch, walks to look at colorful leaves, drinking apple cider, all the fun new things through the eyes of my 2.5 year old and 6 month old.

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  660. Amanda Rodriguez on

    I’m most excited for fall because my little dog has heart issues and can’t be in the heat so I can finally carry him on hikes and take him on adventures to get all the best sniffs and see the trees turn colors.

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  661. Alicia Parker on

    I’m looking forward to apple picking and pumpkin carving! Two of my favorite things to do with my kids!

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  662. Kailey on

    I am looking forward to long going on long walks with my 2 daughters. Love walking in the fall!

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  663. Megan Wisener on

    Wearing boots & hats are the best part of fall!

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  664. Lindsee on

    This Fall I’m looking forward to apprenticing on a regenerative farm and growing food for the local community. Also for ideal tea drinking weather and trying out all of the herbs I’ve dried over the summer!

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  665. Kim M on

    Looking forward to planting some bulbs, and enjoying our new patio.

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  666. Hannah Brand on

    Looking forward to a busy spruce top season at the greenhouse I work at coming in hot in a week or so! Also looking forward to cozy weather and even cozier nights on the couch with my loved ones.

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  667. Juniper on

    I’m looking forward to all of the cozy foods! Soups, stews, roasted root veg, sourdough loaves, maybe even a batch of doughnuts…

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  668. Mel Hammar on

    I’m most looking forward to revamping the layout of our garden in preparation for spring planting and then warming up with hot tea after a good day’s work!

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  669. Rachel H on

    I am looking forward to more brisk, sunny day walks with doggo and indoor stormy cooking / cozy days 🌞🌀

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  670. Carley on

    It’s been so nice experiencing an actual fall season this year! I moved from the south to northern Colorado and it’s been just lovely. I’ve also been enjoying the different flowers I can grow up here, can’t wait to buy some dahlia seeds from Floret this year :)

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  671. Gail on

    Love the pumpkin patch in fall, and walks to look at the leaves!

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  672. Amelia on

    Hopefully buying some hay ground! Thanks for inspiring us everyday!

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  673. Lauren B on

    This is my first year growing flowers including dahlias. Im so excited to be picking them and making arrangements this late into the growing season here in CT. My three young boys love it! Every time I go out into the garden they ask to help mommy pick flowers! I can’t wait to continue doing this for years to come.

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  674. Melinda Wonnacott on

    The thing I look forward to most about fall is my zinnias and Dhalias blooming and the fall leaves

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  675. Claudia Weekes on

    I’m looking forward to letting the garden rest while I also rest

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  676. Loni Rowe on

    Chilly nights and sunny days chasing the last bit of summer in the garden. Fall in New Hampshire is the best time of year!

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  677. Erin Ardoin on

    This fall, I’m looking forward to all of it! Planting tulips and narcissus. Anemone and ranunculus. I’m looking most forward to digging and dividing dahlias. I’ve learned so much from the Floret course that I can’t wait to try this. Cruising my fingers that I don’t lose too many.

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  678. Pat Miszuk on

    Looking forward to lots of hard work on ammending my new homes terrible soil!! Going to be hardwork on a rocky, shale full, low ph soil!! Will need some great boots.

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  679. Colleen Cary-Verhey on

    I’m looking forward to squash soup, hot tea, and planning next year’s garden. I love the onset of winter for the dream space that it allows. I cuddle my husband and son and my cat more. It’s a quieter time after the harvest is in. ☺️

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  680. Chelsea Carpenter on

    I’m looking forward to crisp morning, colors changing everywhere in nature and hot chaiders. 🥰

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  681. Jessica on

    I’m excited to start gardening! We just bought a house this year and I’m learning all the tips and tricks from Erin it’s been so fun. My tulips come in soon and I will be planting some peonies this week 😊

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  682. Letitia on

    I’m looking forward to the colors of the trees, the cool crisp air that allows for an extra blanket on the bed to snuggle in to and most of all breaking out the hoodies!

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  683. Teresa Hsu on

    After a year and a half of searching for a home, I am looking foreword to finally have an accepted offer and be moving from the city into our first home. I can’t wait to have a proper yard where I can hear the wind, hear NATURE. And finally start a flower garden. Having lived in the city, I’ve only Pinned and imagined flower gardens in my head and soon…so soon, I can finally make it happen and move from the sidelines to an active participant/student of this community.

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  684. Emma on

    I am most excited to be doing my first big plant of fall bulbs and babying some winter veg into the cooler temps.

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  685. Melody Velásquez on

    I’m looking forward to the cool weather, the fall colored leaves, and the holidays with my family.

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  686. Mahea Morsey on

    Hawaii doesn’t have much of a fall season but I do look forward to the cooler weather, looking forward to celebrating the holidays and also planning for future garden 🌸 👩🏻‍🌾

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  687. Victoria R on

    I’m excited to watch the leaves change on all the plants I just finished putting in my new perennial beds and dreaming of the tulips that will color my spring. It’s my first year planting bulbs! 😆

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  688. Robin Corwin on

    I enjoy cool fall afternoons, pumpkin picking and all the fall flowers still in bloom! I spent the last few days hunting for some new tulip bulbs and have them planted and ready for spring blooms! This fall has been much warmer than we’re used to in Wisconsin.

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  689. Katie Graham on

    I am most excited for cooler weather and the last batch of fresh produce and flowers from my garden!

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  690. Cheryl Dalberg on

    I’m looking forward to arranging some of the dried flowers I’ve saved from my garden, including Floret straw flowers:)

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  691. Regina on

    I am most looking forward to quietly putting the garden to sleep & dreaming up next season’s garden along with inspiring my students /friends to grow in 2022. 🤍

    Also, to crochet on chilly days amongst stacks of books & thoughts of wish list plants.

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  692. Heather Rhoads on

    We are moving into our very own house after years of renting and I am making note of everything I am going to plant. Everything else can wait, it will literally be one of the first things I do!

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  693. Terri Woods on

    Getting all our spring bulbs, corms, plugs and seeds in so that our spring is gloriously full of blooms!!

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  694. Loretta on

    Planting bulbs, leaves falling , baking , cozy fires .
    Cooking Sunday night dinners with our adult kids and grandson. 🧡🎃🍁

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  695. Alice Durco on

    Fall colours and boot season love my boots!! But most of all the little things like jumping in piles of leaves with my toddlers, cozy nights by the fire place, warm apple Cider with the family. To much to mention in a comment!

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  696. Jill DeNinno on

    I’m looking forward to planting anemone and ranunculus corms for the first time this fall!!

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  697. Evamarie on

    I am looking forward to the colors of the trees, the smell of fallen leaves, and the crisp, cool air.

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  698. Maddie Richardson on

    I am most looking forward to harvesting my first crop of apples and to seeing how many dahlia tubers are waiting for me in the dirt!

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  699. Meaghan parks on

    So excited to try to get some seeds and planning my flower garden! It’s my first year!

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  700. Jennifer Kennedy on

    I am most looking forward to my first Fall bulb order! I’ll be working on my first cut flower garden in the Spring, so the Fall marks the start of my dream!

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  701. Anna on

    We just moved in our new home and we are starting buying plants and doing seedlings and put bulb in our bare soil backyard! So we can’t wait to see them grow and refuge in our secret garden! Hope to win the boots to walk around our backyard!

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  702. Alex on

    Looking forward to cleaning out the garden this fall. Always enjoy prepping the garden for winter knowing there will be a lot to look forward to in the spring.

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  703. Courtney Jennings on

    The fall season is the end of a beautiful, warm, flower filled season. Time to bring on the rain, mums, asters, and a warm cup of tea.

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  704. Ornela on

    Fall is the season of promise. I get excited planting new flowers, garlic, and perennials for next year. It gives me something to hope for next spring. I spend a lot of time now collecting seed. I gift my tried and true saved seed to friends and other gardeners.

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  705. Kim on

    Looking forward to fall prep so that spring will be even more beautiful!

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  706. Jenn on

    Not sweating all the time! Hahaha! But seriously, layers, warm sun on my face with a crisp breeze, bonfires, changing leaves, and my hubby home more after harvest is done. 💜

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  707. Noelle Benson on

    I’m looking forward to weaning calves, and getting mama’s ready for winter.

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  708. Melissa on

    The humidity doing away so I can grow things. It’s too hot and humid in a Florida summer.

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  709. Emy Elbert on

    I am looking forward to digging my Dahlia tubers! This will be my first time over wintering them. Wish me luck! I have grown dahlias for years just never saved them.
    Also looking forward to having our corn and kidney beans all harvested! It’s been a long fall.

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  710. Sonia on

    Getting cozy in the garden with a blanket 🍂🍁

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  711. Brittany on

    I’m so excited to enjoy our pumpkin crop, making my first dried wreaths from flowers I grew this year, and soaking in more family time when the time changes and we are forced inside!

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  712. Mallory A on

    I love the changing leaves in the fall!

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  713. Catherine on

    Cooler nights and backyard fire pits are on my list this fall :)

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  714. Michelle on

    New to fall planting and looking forward to spring rewards! Thank you for sharing such a wealth of information! :)

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  715. Ginger Bates on

    I love all the changes of the season. The colors, smells and crisp air. I really love garden clean and planning for next Spring plantings.

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  716. Lynne DeVito on

    Every Gardner should have at least one good pair of boots! Perfect for digging up my dahlias once the frost hits

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  717. Laura Mason on

    Cozy sweats. Cool nights. Fires. Fall leaves. Family. Growing cool season veggies. Designing winter planters. They are so much fun. Thank you.

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  718. Meredith on

    I am counting my bulbs and planning for an epic weekend of tulips and daffodil plantings here in a few weeks!

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  719. Lesley Frenz on

    I’m looking forward to the snow geese returning to Skagit Valley, cozy evenings by the fire, and hikes among the larches.

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  720. Beth on

    Planting Irises!!!

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  721. Jen on

    I’m so excited for the changing season. I love watching summer fade and fall continually transforming. I live in Montana and fall is the best time of year. Bring on the moody sky’s and beautiful fall colors

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  722. Catherine on

    I’m planting all my bulbs and cutting new beds in my backyard for a shrub and perennial filled boarder. Fall planting is the best because the weather is just wonderful right now in the mid-Atlantic. I need these bogs because I keep going out to do a little more in my Rothy’s and ruining them!

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  723. Sheree Lillie on

    Spending time with my grown daughter, her delightful boyfriend and my new puppy Charlie here in Lancaster, PA. They live in Manhattan.

    Good luck 🍀 everybody!

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  724. Kim Beller on

    I am looking forward to planning my garden for next year. I am even looking forward to digging and splitting my dahlias because I am dying to know how many tubers are underground!

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  725. Ali on

    Doing some fall hiking to see all of the beautiful leaves!

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  726. Kelley Henry on

    I’m looking forward to planting my fall bulbs.

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  727. Deb haggett on

    Putting my berry gardens to bed, apple pies, and starting a no dig flower bed.

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  728. Amelia on

    I am looking forward to trying my hand at planting for the first time.

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  729. Ruby Littman on

    I’m looking forward to not mowing the lawn, to cooler horse riding days, and squash season!

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  730. Kellsie H on

    I am looking forward to planting all my bulbs and hardy annuals! Pumpkins and the magic of the leaves changing colors and falling.

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  731. Leah Breeze on

    My favorite parts about fall are brisk breezes and the smell of bonfires!

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  732. Somer on

    I’m looking forward to good food and family time, prepping the garden for spring and fall leaf arrangements.

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  733. Jacqueline Allard on

    The bounty of flowers still coming in and enjoying living in New England during this beautiful season.

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  734. Chloe on

    Looking forward to putting in the “boring” winter/fall work and focusing on the details of our garden this fall. All those details are what I look forward to because they really add up to make the spring and summer garden what I LOVE!

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  735. Courtney on

    I’m looking forward to planting my bulbs and laying out next years garden!

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  736. Sydney on

    Putting the farm to rest for the winter 😂

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  737. Erica on

    All the soups! Less bugs more coziness. Family. More homesteading education.

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  738. Chrisdee on

    I am looking forward to stomping in the puddles with my two kiddos! I actually really enjoy going out for walks with them in the rainy weather – we always pick a local trail, and bog boots would be perfect for me!

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  739. Katie on

    Planting spring bulbs & pumpkin carving with out 3 year old

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  740. Samantha on

    I’m looking forward to planting all my fall bulbs and finally getting around to processing my seeds!

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  741. Sonya B on

    Looking forward to putting a new fence around my garden this fall, and planting dahlias beside it next spring!

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  742. Amy W. on

    Days are getting shorter and colder in NC. Looking forward to next spring to plant more flowers.

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  743. Rosie on

    Looking forward to wearing warm comfy boots while I did through the muck building a new dahlia bed in Colorado.

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  744. Kate on

    Walking through crunchy, brilliant colored leaves while wearing cozy fall accessories with a hot apple cider in hand.

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  745. Amanda G on

    I am looking forward to watching the colors change. Its still warm here in Alabama and the leaves are slowly changing. This is my favorite time of year with the beautiful fall colors.

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  746. Tiffany on

    I’m looking forward to burrowing under the blankets with my daughter on cold mornings and giving her alllll the snuggles!

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  747. Latonya Ramsey on

    Looking forward to the holidays and spending time outside with family- weather nice and can safely be apart and social distance

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  748. Wendy on

    Cool brisk mornings , flannels, the smell of baking, and warm fires. Putting the gardens to sleep for the winter and planting bulbs to have something to look forward to in the spring.

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  749. Raven on

    I’m most looking forward to fall bulb planting and baking sourdough while revising and optimizing my garden layout for next year ☺️

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  750. Jaclyn C on

    I am most looking forward to the cool weather, bonfires, horseback rides, and a new job this fall.

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  751. Cathy S on

    I’m looking forward to slowing down in the garden, enjoying the late-season bloomers, and planting new tulip bulbs!

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  752. Beth snively on

    I love the Fall and these boots look amazing!

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  753. Anne L on

    I’m looking forward to the cooler weather and leaves changing the most!

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  754. Laurie Wahlstrom on

    The Harvest
    After the past long hot summer, the warm sunny days and cool crispy nights are a welcome. A time to enjoy the harvest. Sit by a crackling fire. To slow down, be still – contemplative and feel the energy of nature.

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  755. Erin on

    I am most looking forward to turning the fireplace back on :)

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  756. Antonya on

    I am excited to plant garlic in my vegetable bed, and to plan out a flower and vegetable garden for next year. This next year I want to create a plan and actually start bringing it into fruition. I am excited for a lot more flowers because they honestly do bring me so much joy.

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  757. Olivia on

    I have gone through sooo many different pairs of farm boots. All of them seem to break holes by the end of a year. The ones I have now are getting a new layer of flex glue weekly over the worst hole.

    I am really looking forward to saving seeds from some of my favorite flowers from this year. Our summer subscriptions have finally ended, so I can let some of the plants go to seed.

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  758. Stephanie Mason on

    I’m looking forward to cooler days and relaxing nights sitting around our firepit in the Gazebo swings with my grandkids roasting marshmallows, making smores and sipping hot chocolate with lots of marshmallows.

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  759. Alya on

    Oh, how I would love to win this giveaway!
    I am looking forward to digging up my dahlias (tho it’s kinda sad to say bye to all the beauty). Can’t wait to bring all the mulch in and make the place ready for more flowers next year!!!

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  760. Kate Hoff on

    Looking forward to some R&R after a busy spring/summer. I laugh as I say this because just watched the first mini-course video on planting tulips in small spaces and am already thinking about/making plans as to where I’m going to plant them! 💐
    Gardeners never rest!

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  761. Diana Schultz on

    I have been wanting a pair of these boots for a long time and have been saving up for them! When you live in the rainiest city in the US Mobile Alabama and it is so cold and wet in the winter these boots would be awesome to have to work in the yard and my green house! Thank You for this opportunity to try and win a pair! All the best to all the contestants!

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  762. Pat Bedford Keys on

    I have never had a good pair of boots that didn’t get inches of caked mud on the bottom to where I feel like I’m on uneven ground. These boots are the ones I have been saving up for. Would love a pair!

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  763. Jackie Callaway on

    Boot me up please! We just moved to CO for CA and I finally have space to garden again and will need a good pair of boots. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  764. Mariah on

    I’m most looking forward to renovating my flower garden. I love a full, crowded flower garden. But it means near constant moving, thinking, redoing. For the first time I’m trying to embracing a more roomy planting. Soon we’ll dig everything up and rethink. The garden is growing in size, but I know I’ll have tons of flowers to share. It’s hard, good work that I love.

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  765. Karyn Teed on

    I am most excited this Fall to plant our lavender labyrinth! My husband and I designed it this summer, and next week we begin planting!! Thank you for all the wonderful advice to help us create more beautiful gardens!

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  766. Brenda Lee Hathaway on

    Since I live in the middle of 3 ski Mtns. in Vermont, warm boots are a must! So I would love a pair, my 1st pair of Bog boots😊 as I have lots of bulbs to plant this fall which makes it a favorite time of year for me with the anticipation of what blooms in the spring. I love this time of year to decorate for the fall season with pumpkins, gourds and flowers.
    We love going for long walks and hikes this time of year and seeing all the gorgeous colors of our Vermont fall.

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  767. Yolanda Anderson on

    Looking forward to cooler weather and enjoying the flowers and colors of fall.
    And taking in the amazing aromas that fall season brings.
    Also preparing my garden for our second growing season here in Florida.

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  768. Cherry Hohensee on

    This Louisiana girl would love a pair of Bogs, it’s always wet here. I’m currently preparing a couple of new flower beds, getting ready for the Floret seed sale! It’s still warm and steamy here, I can’t wait to feel that invigorating fall nep in the air.

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  769. Anne Power on

    Happy Fall! Looking forward to warm days and cool evenings 🍁

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  770. Julie Hummel on

    Fall is a vibrant season filled with amazing colors, and family gathering most of all. I love wearing cozy sweatshirts and jeans! Happy Fall Ya All!!

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  771. Sheree Watson on

    Fall is my favorite time of year. The trees show us there gorgeous colors, the squirrels are so busy baring their walnuts, we get to see the migrating birds, and the temperatures are perfect ( for me😊). In the next week, I’ll be working in the garden planting garlic and flower bulbs that will welcome next spring with their beautiful colors.

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  772. Rita Warfield on

    I know I am coming in late for this great giveaway, just saw an article about Florets in an old Sunset magazine and I decided I wanted to order some seeds from this company so here I am! I live in southwest Colorado where the weather is unpredictable; could be snow, wind, rain, drought or beautiful blue skies. I have an older pair of Bogs that I absolutely love. The best all around waterproof, snug boot around. I have the below the knee pair and they are still working but getting a bit worn. I would love a new pair I could wear in the ditch or at the co-op! Hope I can still get my name in the drawing, but if not, glad to be here!

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  773. Pam Wood-Wegner on

    Fall colors and cooler temperatures makes me feel happy and excited, because I know winter fun (snowmobiling, skiing, sledding) is right around the corner. But, there is nothing better than when spring is in the air and it’s time to plant.

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  774. Julie Ferguson on

    I’m looking forward to slowing down and short cool days.

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  775. Kathy Curtis on

    With my recent retirement I found more time to spend outdoors. Mowing has kept me busy through spring and summer. But as fall and winter approaches I would like to try some container flower planting. would love to own a pair of Bogs!
    Thanks

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  776. Marcia Diaz on

    My favorite thing about Fall is planning my beds for next Spring and planting bulbs! Otherwise, Im dreading the cold months that are coming! Warm, dry feet for the next several months would be lovely!

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  777. Shani Harvey on

    Awesome boots! I love visiting Pumpkinville where our Myriad Botanic Gardens transform the Children’s Garden into an amazing pumpkin display for the kids to play in. This year’s theme is Wizard of Oz. I also can’t leave out drinking warm apple cider on a brisk Fall day :-) Hope I win!

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  778. Andrea Wilson Frazier on

    Love these boots! Even in the hoo test days in SC I wear them around my property, always cautious of snakes and of course during hurricane season! I hope I win!!!

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  779. Connie cohen on

    A recent retirement means time for gardening at home snd volunteering at our new Botanical Garden! A boot investment is in my future!

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  780. Lara LaRose on

    I’m looking forward to tucking in my garden beds for the winter and snuggling in to plan & research what I’d like to grow next year. Cozy sweaters & hot tea to go with a good book or catalog.

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  781. Shannon McArthur on

    I’m looking forward to decorating with pumpkins, squash and corn stalks outside and making some warm, rustic soups, sitting down with a hot drink and being warm and cozy inside! I never think enough about my footwear! Haha 😆

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  782. Barb Salisbury on

    When I was a young woman I lived in Huntington Beach for 25 years and gardened like crazy. In 2005 we moved to the Big Island of Hawaii where gardening was so different and fall never felt like fall. We moved to Kansas in January 2020 after living in Hawaii for 14 years. Sadly, 14 months later, my dear husband of 43 years passed away from prostate cancer. I absolutely love the change of seasons, Autumn being my favorite, and I am looking forward to getting back to gardening and planting some bulbs to bring Spring beauty to my yard and into my home.

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  783. Gina Osorio on

    I’m looking forward to visiting our local apple orchards.

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  784. shelly on

    I am looking forward to fires, planting tulips and a little bit of hunkering down!

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  785. Kara on

    I’m looking forward to sweater weather, fall farm tours and fresh apple cider from my local orchard! Ahh….Fall. :)

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  786. Tamara Brouwer on

    I’m looking forward to planting bulbs this fall!!!

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  787. Holly Sater on

    I got my bulbs just in time for the course! Thank you for all the knowledge you share!

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  788. Pamela Smith on

    I’m looking forward to the cooler weather to work in my garden. I am planning my spring garden and trying a few fall plants this year.

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  789. Alexis Hottle on

    I am looking forward to the changing colors of fall! The vibrant leaves grab my heart strings!

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  790. Cathy Ramage on

    What a great blog and a great reference for those of us who love working with flowers. I look forward to your class on Dahlias coming up soon!

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  791. Uma Bingham on

    Hoping for Fall rain for the thirsty flowers and veggies 💦 Even NorCal and Humboldt’s redwoods are thirsty. Bring it on!!

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  792. Pamela Gates on

    I am excited to breathe the air after rain fall…salted caramel hot chocolate. Plus I like working in my flowers garden in the rain. When it isn’t hot I am able to get more done. I will be getting my pathway set in that leads to my fire pit.

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  793. Sam on

    I just started a horticulture program to reinvent my career! I am looking forward to continuing my classes all fall and expanding my plant knowledge.

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  794. Jocelyn Stubblefield on

    Those boots will be the perfect shoe to wear here on our beautiful farm the making here in Southern California. 2 acres of lots of dirt and a couple of dreamers hoping one day to grow what Floret is growing! My Bogs would be put to great use.

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  795. Abby Miller on

    We just prepped a new garden area, I am so excited to sit down and start planning!

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  796. Roberta on

    I’m excited for the crunch of fallen leaves, Friday night high school football, mulled apple cider together with Candy Corn and little trick or treaters

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  797. Rachel Christine on

    I’m looking forward to soft sweaters, cool air and clear nights. After the day has wound down I’ll steal some precious moments for myself, quietly counting the stars outside. In rural Ohio, fall means apple picking and trees alight in gold, red, brown and green.
    I can’t wait to hear the crisp sound of leaves crunching under my delightfully new Bogs boots! I promise my Bogs boots will live well and work hard in my tiny garden in Hartville.

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  798. Lorielle Agraso on

    We just moved from CA to TN. From a small backyard to 16 acres. Seed shopping looks so much different this fall in terms of quantity and variety! This fall we will start mapping out the garden and prepping the soil. It’s a very overwhelming and dirty job, but super thankful for companies like Floret which have helped me to gain knowledge and confidence to just start planting. I cannot wait to cultivate a beautiful space that can bring moments to both enjoy and become the creative vessel for our future.

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  799. Donna Sims on

    After the unusual heat this summer on the west coast I’m looking forward to crispy cool walks with my dogs this fall especially through the fallen leaves. The snow geese should be flying in soon from their summer away and I’m listening for their arrival honking, and another eagerly awaited event are the packages of fall bulbs my friendly Canada Post delivery person will pull up to my gate with!

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  800. Anna Renkert on

    I enjoy the cooler weather so I can cozy up in my sweaters and going on hikes to see the beautiful fall foliage. Walks with my husband, my children, and my westie are my favorite. Apple picking is fun and so is eating delicious, hot of the “press” apple cider donuts that they make right in front of you. Yum!

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  801. arline on

    In the fall, I look forward to walking in the woodland or a garden path surrounded by red and fiery orange maple trees, smelling the cool and crisp fall air on a sunny day, and ending the walk gazing at a lake with a reflection of colorful trees – yellow, orange, and red, sitting and enjoying a hot cup of mulled apple cider. In my garden, I look forward to the pink and white daisy-like mums, purple anemones, and late blooming begonias.

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  802. Elle on

    Looking forward to cozying up by the fire and spending time with loved ones.

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  803. Anne M Maertens on

    I love the crisp air and exploring the fall colors through my 20 month old’s eyes.

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  804. Emily Woodland on

    I love bringing in the harvest from my garden, canning, and getting the yard ready for winter. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of year as our siblings come home to the farm and we’re together again!

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  805. Lisa Huber on

    I look forward to experiencing NATURE! I love to throw open all the windows and smell the crisp fall air. I’ll hop on my electric tricycle and cruise the county roads, taking in the beautiful corn fields, rustling in the wind. The colored trees are magnificent set against the water at the Indiana Dunes National Park. And who can resist an outing to a local winery when the grapes are being harvested – it is simply intoxicating!

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  806. Sharri Darling on

    Fall is the most beautiful time of the year only second to Spring. I always look forward to the rich colors of the leaves, crisp air, and my dogs playing in the yard longer then 5 minutes because it’s no longer to warm for them. Time to plant bulbs for spring beauty and harvest pumpkins for a pop of color on the porch.

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  807. Kate Myroup on

    I can’t wait to plant bulbs in the fall so I have something to look forward to in the spring!

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  808. Katy on

    I’m looking forward to making new traditions with my four beautiful babes and my husband! Also, lots of planning and dreaming this fall as we start our new adventure as flower shop owners in December!

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  809. Mary Ellenson on

    The thing I’m most looking forward to this fall is expanding my business plan and working towards opening a pizza farm including a vegetable market, goat yoga and private event venue!

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  810. Lisa Christine O'Dell on

    I’m looking forward to gathering up my flower seeds for next year, drying flowers for a winter wreath as well as preparing my flower beds for winter. I absolutely love living where we have four seasons!!

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  811. Liz Elmquist on

    Looking forward to curling up on the couch with hot chocolate, a blanket, and a notebook for planning next year’s garden. :)

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  812. Gerryanne on

    The thing I’m most looking forward to this fall is experiencing it in the PNW! My husband and I are from Wisconsin and just moved to the San Juan Islands in June. I’m excited to experience my first fall here and see how different it is than Wisconsin!

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  813. Maria on

    Much needed rain and of course the amazing fall colors.

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  814. Renee on

    Fall is the best-football, color tours and dahlias!

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  815. Crystal Neff on

    Everything Pumpkin! Those quiet fog filled mornings with the autumn colored leaves setting the landscape on fire.

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  816. Michelle K on

    Cuddles in a warm fuzzy blanket, kitties on my lap, a dog at my feet , a cup of hot cocoa at my side, and watching reruns of Floret are the best!

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  817. Renee Peltzer on

    All things Fall! Cooler days/rain/fog/leaves changing/pumpkins/birds migrating/bonfires/

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  818. Carrie on

    I’m most looking forward to life slowing down, nights by the fire, and more family time.

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  819. Krysta on

    I am most looking forward to the beautiful fall landscapes and tucking away the garden so we can recharge and plan for next year!

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  820. Andrea Rose Taylor on

    I love all the vibrant colors and textures of the changing trees in Indiana. They look like they’re glowing in peak season!

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  821. Victoria Carver on

    The thing I’m looking most forward to this fall? The first frost!!! 😂

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  822. Amber on

    I love how the sky changes in the fall…the crispness in the air, the sound of migrating geese off in the distance… I have to imagine the leaves changing colors as I live in FL. Thank you for whatyou do, so many enjoy your business/love for flowers. Blessings.

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  823. Carol F. on

    That is awesome! I could use some new boots. Mine leak. 😢 Thank you Floret Team for all your hard work and dedication v

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  824. Tracie Soper on

    These boots look like they would be handy for Dahlia tuber digging season!

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  825. GRACE M WILLER on

    This is my first time hearing about Bogs boots. I can’t wait to try them! Grace Willer Michigan

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  826. Tina on

    The Fall foliage in Maine is beyond beautiful. The crisp mornings, apple pies, apple cider, and Mother Nature showing off her colors.

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  827. Catrin on

    I try walking in your shoes! XXX

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  828. Sheila Bader on

    I love the amazing colors of fall and look forward to seeing them “falling” all around me!

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  829. Sally Kanehen on

    A pair of these boots would be perfect for the season! I am looking forward to more baking and more cozy reading time by the fire.

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  830. Robin Avenmarg on

    I ‘m sad summer is over so soon, but I’m looking forward to all the fall activities in the garden.

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  831. Katie Oltrogge on

    I love watching the leaves float down from the trees. Xx

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  832. Ashley Robinson on

    This is our first fall in our forever home, and I can’t wait to see what blooms along the property.

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  833. Mary Brooks on

    The cooler weather, beautiful color of the leaves changing are my favorites of fall. It reminds me to slow down and enjoy the all the beauty and peace around me.

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  834. Claire on

    The last big harvests before frost, when everything knows the end is near. And then equally, in its own measure, frost itself.

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  835. Jennifer Hood on

    Living in Texas, my favorite thing about Fall is walking outside with a Pumpkin Spice coffee in the morning to fresh crisp air and wrapping a warm plush sweater around myself before heading to work. The sunrises in Texas are at their best in October, when there’s a slight fog and gold and orange tones splased across the sky. I enjoy every day of October.

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  836. Allison M. on

    I’m looking forward to the stillness of autumn. When the mornings and evenings are cold the days are more dark and quiet. I love seeing my breath in the air and bundling up to go outside. Even though most all of the plants are going to sleep for the winter, it is so beautiful watching everything fade.

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  837. Lorrie R Thomas on

    I love the colors of fall in Missouri. Love the crisp mornings, pretty mums. Love the many different varieties of gourds and pumpkins. This year having a little trouble getting started on fall chores as I fell and had surgery on my hand recently. Rains are expected soon and would love to try the bogs out. I have a couple of others, but they sound great. I recently ordered your books and a planner. Hope to be able to order some dahlia tubers when they are available. This would be new for me. I love everything flower related.

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  838. Linda Q on

    I am looking forward to Frostmas!

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  839. Nicole Darty on

    Fall has always been my favorite season. I love the chill in the air, the changing of the leaves, the fall foods, the pumpkins!!! Oh, how I love pumpkins. I also really enjoy clearing out the garden and putting it to rest for the winter.

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  840. Pam Michalowski on

    I am new to gardening and am loving it! I could use a good pair of boots as I try my hand at fall and winter gardening in the PNW.

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  841. Maggie Summers on

    Recently I moved north. I’m looking forward to fall so I can begin cleaning out my new gardens to get them ready for spring planting. I’ve been following and learning everything I can from Floret about dahlias because I’d love to try my hand at growing them. They are so gorgeous! I don’t have any waterproof boots so I’d love a pair of Bogs to get the job done. It’s cooler here and they look warm and cozy.

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  842. Joey Smail on

    I love the colder weather so we can wear our funky layers and boots! Just about to start the online workshop and hope to learn about how to grow flowers in the cooler months

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  843. Elizabeth Newman on

    For fall, I am looking forward to the weather cooling down and hopefully some rain (fingers crossed for us in California) so I can plant cover crop to improve my very silty soil. I am hoping to add a good bit of organic matter so the spring time planting will produce good results for my first go-round with cut flowers added to my lavender and other drought tolerant perennials. A pair of boots from Bogs would make work out in the field much more pleasurable, wet or dry!

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  844. Shannon Carr on

    For me, fall means relaxing with some tea and reading my gardening books and planning out next season’s seeds! I am already looking forward to it!

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  845. Maryann on

    Enjoying the fall colors and planning for spring gardens.

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  846. Varsha Agiwal on

    You have been such an inspiration Erin, because of you i have taken up gardening and have learn so much, apart from the added benefit that it has brought me so much peace. I suffer from Eczema and good pair of gardening boots will be so mice to have!

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  847. Karen E on

    Free boots? Yes! Free boots from Bogs? Yes, please!!!

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  848. Renee' Carleton on

    Thanks, Bogs for making these available for giveaway. Fall, I’m looking forward to lower humidity and lower temperatures! Here in Northwest Georgia (7b) we will STILL have 80 degree F days next week!

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  849. Lauren Galdeen on

    I’m looking forward to spending time with my family doing activities outside before it gets too cold! Getting my gardens all ready before winter!

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  850. Mandy Ellen on

    This Fall, we have left our former life and are setting in roots for a new way of living. We have sold our suburban home and moved to the coastal range of northwestern Oregon to homestead on a 20 acre forested parcel. I can’t wait to walk our woods and see what populates the winter, how water gathers and flows through our land, and what creatures make lives and networks here. I want to learn to see the patterns in the land and find new patterns in ourselves. I want to see what we’ll shed and what we’ll keep. Already we are trading in light-wear clothing for sturdy work wear, we are eating more of what we produce and forage and prepare and less of what is produced elsewhere, and we’re making what we have work for what we need. This will be a season of watching and dreaming, planning and revising, and of a radical reclamation of our labor. It will be a season of building new connection and community, and of seeking and opening to beauty.

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  851. Amanda on

    What I’m most looking forward to is spending some time with my family and preparing for some big changes in our future. I love the cooler sweater weather, everything seems so peaceful in fall. I’ve been getting all my fall planting in and can’t wait to continue working on renovating my garden and landscaping my yard.

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  852. Ally Bale on

    This year I am looking at redesigning my veg and flower garden for spring. I love giving everything a hair cut and cleaning up. Also transiting from garden to yarn.

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  853. Deb Stone on

    Bringing Autumn In

    Grandma’s paring apples,
    Sign that’s full of cheer;
    Summer’s nearly over,
    Autumn’s nearly here.

    Cozy evenings coming,
    Mornings brisk and cool;
    Long vacation ended,
    Busy times at school.

    Grandma’s paring apples,
    Some of them she dries,
    Some make sauce and puddings,
    Some make spicy pies.

    Pantry smells delicious,
    Pockets bulge out wide;
    Children with their baskets
    Roam the orchard-side.

    Grandma’s paring apples,
    Nicest time o’year;
    firelight and lamplight
    Fill the house with cheer.

    Odors sweet in cellar,
    Rosy fruit in bin;
    Grandma, paring apples,
    Brings the autumn in!

    –Annie Willis McCullough

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  854. Amanda L on

    I am looking forward to starting my first attempt at planting and growing snapdragons and lisianthus from seed. The fall in Alabama can be warm and full of perfect gardening days, some crisp cool mornings with a touch of fog and beautiful sunsets.

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  855. Steph P on

    I love knitting sweaters and planting bulbs in the fall!

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  856. Nancy on

    This was the first year that I planted dahlias from seed! Looking forward to digging them up and putting them to rest for the cold Central Oregon winter. I also grew snap dragons and straw flowers so want to harvest their seeds fir next year. I am going to plant tulips and daffodils before the ground freezes so that spring will be filled with lots of color and nodding heads of happy bulbs. It’s sad to see my flowers end their summer performance, but as the curtain comes down I hope to make sure they are prepared for their spring 2022 debut!

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  857. Loeta Mays on

    I’m so looking forward to the cool mornings on the patio here in Dallas. They have just begun! Also, to the cool weather vegetables in my garden.

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  858. Judy on

    Fall is my favorite time of year.Always so beautiful in Georgia! Would love to have a pair of these boots for the Georgia red clay!

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  859. Shelley Cryer on

    We have just moved to Vancouver island and I’m expecting my wettest winter and will be needing a pair of bogs to start my new cut garden.

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  860. Hillary Beamish on

    I’m so hopeful for rain this year in California! That would give me more of a reason to get these boots!

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  861. Cristen Atkins on

    Fall is already here in Idaho…and it is spectacular! The changing colors of the trees are amazing. Walking and watching nature begin her next season with such beauty grounds me and reminds me how lucky we are. I always look forward to fall with the changing leaves, apples, pumpkins and crispness in the air.

    Thank you to Mother Nature for all that you give us…we just need to step outside and reap the rewards.

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  862. Kristen Ellison on

    Living in Georgia, my favorite part of fall has to be that the temperature drops and the bugs die, so it’s easier to enjoy the outdoors after a long, sweaty summer. But I really do love the activity that comes with the season outside of gardening, too. There’s more community events and more family gatherings, and definitely more comfort food. 😂

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  863. Mary Seelen on

    I love seed saving, and choosing things to hang and dry. It’s alway an experiment, fun to live out the successes and learn new lessons. Now…what will I do with all these dry pretty things?!

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  864. Casie Carlson on

    I always look forward to the cooler fall weather. This year, I’m also anxiously awaiting to plant tulip and daffodil bulbs and can’t wait to see if I can get my hands on some of Erin’s new seeds!

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  865. Maureen deTar on

    I am looking forward to planting 100 daffodils with my grandsons. We have a cedar stand that has forest loam and the sun filters through in spring. We planted a few last fall and they all came up and bloomed late May. This year we are doing more! I cannot wait until they naturalize and my grandkids can tell their kids that they planted those.

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  866. Jaime on

    I’m looking forward to baking all the things. Without air conditioning, these last several summers there have been few opportunities to turn on the oven without a healthy dose of regret.

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  867. Megan Hayes on

    I’m looking forward to all the fun fall things with family. Planting cool flowers, bulbs too!

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  868. Tiffany on

    I love fall! The cooler weather, and the extra time spent outside because of it, the amazing sky when the clouds roll in. And then there are all the yummy fall treats, like pumpkin cookies.

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  869. Jennifer Suter on

    This Fall we are settling into a new home and property and I am excited to get some tulips planted that will bring us joy for our Spring here!

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  870. Jana on

    I’m loving getting to be in person again with my students, trying some new apple and peach recipes as our trees produced in mass, and I just ordered 10 different types of tulips to plant from Erin’s list. Can’t wait to get my hands back in the dirt.

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  871. Megan Bradford on

    I am obsessed with fall! It brings me so much joy already, and this year I’m looking forward to finding ways to work more flower work into my fall!

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  872. Robin Craig on

    This Fall I’m going to plant tulips for the first time. I’ll be using this time to soak up every ounce of information to start my flower farm this spring. I’m 67 and I’m going to spend my golden years doing what I love, and praying that it will also turn into a business.

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  873. Susan Kelly on

    While I’m not a fan of cold weather, I am looking forward to the cooler weather (WI was way above average temperature-wise and WAY below average ~9″ on rain) so I can finally plant, divide, and transplant plants in the gardens I work in and in my own gardens. And I’m also looking forward to wearing my cool sweaters and boots ;)

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  874. Teresa Ferguson on

    This will be the first Autumn since I retired. I look forward to life in general! I have a 2 year old great grandson and he loves playing in the dirt and watering plants. I can’t wait to plant bulbs with him. I’ve done that with all my children and grandchildren but as they got older the grew to busy; hope this one sticks :)
    I have really enjoyed watching and reading about Floret. I’m thrilled to putting it to practice on a small-scale personal garden this year.
    Georgia Gi-Gi

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  875. Debbie Winbun on

    I’ve been looking for a nice warm boot to wear when I’m out in the fall digging up my dahlias and hosing them down! It can bet pretty wet and chilly!

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  876. Adrianne Mulvaney on

    While I cherish every part of the Fall season, I am eagerly looking forward to seeing the changes in the leaves that occur in the transition from Summer to Autumn. Since I have lived in Southern California now for 20 years after my move from the East Coast, I have always treasured any trees in the neighborhood that change color for this season since we have so few compared to the abundance in New Jersey/Pennsylvania where I grew up. The kids and I always hope for some cooler weather so we can bundle up if the weather decides to be cooler and wetter! We even dream of one day having our own plot of land up north where we can plant acres of flowers and trees!
    I also am looking forward to changing over my flower/cutting garden! I have never had a Fall crop of flowers so I am so excited to learn about this from classes from Floret Farms. Thank you for providing such inspiration and for the opportunities to learn more about all things relating to flowers and foliage for arrangements!

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  877. Courtney L on

    I love fall! Picking apples with the kids and going to the pumpkin patch are always a must! I also enjoy things slowing down a bit and enjoying hot soup on a rainy PNW day!

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  878. Becky Hutt on

    I am looking forward to planting new tulip bulbs this fall, thanks to all your wonderful suggestions… I thought I only had an obsession with dahlias! Thank you Floret!

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  879. Pamela Eastridge on

    This fall I am planting several rows of bulbs for a spring treat next year. I have a cattle panel hoop house that will have Ranunculus and Anomone started for an early spring bloom. I am enjoying the cooler weather to get all these projects ready for a spectacular spring! I would LOVE to win a pair of your boots. They look so comfortable and durable. Thank you Floret and Bogs!

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  880. Jennifer Russell on

    This fall I am looking forward to starting my process of amending my soil to grow better flowers and veggies next year. I am learning more and more about gardening and want to have the best possible soil to plant in next spring.

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  881. Dawn Truelsen on

    This fall I’m looking forward to planning and planting for early spring flowers. I completed the online workshop earlier this year and had a successful and fun journey through this first year of planting, arranging and selling cut flowers. I was too overwhelmed to plan and plant late fall blooms, so my summer flower activities ended around the end of August. But I’m really energized about the beautiful flowers I will be enjoying early spring 2022. Thank you, Floret!

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  882. Kristen M on

    I’m looking forward to hiking in fall! I live in SoCal where it’s usually too hot to hike from July – September. I’m itching to be out in nature again. Our fall changes are more subtle than elsewhere, but if you pay attention, they are there!

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  883. Mindy on

    Fall is such an exciting time as the beautiful fall colors emerge. I have been busy planning and prepping for next year’s garden. Tulips going in the ground soon. Can’t wait for spring time!

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  884. Gina Klein on

    So happy to follow you around your world of flowers I am excited to start a small cut flower garden in my yard not for profit I wish to bring these little vessels of life love beauty n happiness to me and to friends family n even a stranger maybe LEARNING TO BLOOM WERE I AM PLANTED as u do 😊

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  885. Christine on

    I am dabbling in the cut flower world. I love learning about all the flowers and ideal planting times etc. It is so exciting to see the results. This fall I am looking forward to planting many tulips and daffodils with the excitement of seeing them grow in the spring. Planting blubs or anything really is such an expression of hopefulness. What will happen, will the plants look like you thought? What flowers work better than the others? What happy accidents will occur? You plant these seeds/bulbs and hope springs forward for all to see and admire.

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  886. Shelly Stock on

    My favorite part of fall is making pumpkin bouquets with my beautiful Dahlias!

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  887. Cindy Russell on

    I just love that my daughter shared your connections with us. Now I enjoy your e-mails and little courses, they are much looked forward to. We have a large garden that now grows some of your seeds (gifted by Shelley Nickerson). We share a common love of growing plants and your youthful enthusiasm and generous tips have been encouraging for our whole family and now friends. Your books are always on top of my pile…I love cut flowers and all that you offer for new ideas. Your books are just gorgeous, the photography and groupings are
    a joy to review….Keep it up Erin, you’re a treasure. Warmest….Cindy Russell

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  888. Margaret Goodrich on

    My favorite part of Fall is the cool weather and making warm hearty dishes in the kitchen! Its my most favorite time of year.

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  889. Suzanne Mcintosh on

    I am a newbie to the central Oregon coast and am enjoying the great weather (we moved from San Diego area last year). I would like to donate a pair to the owners of our local nursery, Thompson’s Nursery. They have been a blessing in helping us get our gardens going this year. They are always helpful and take time to explain what grows well in our particular area. They have been a great blessing to us and many in our community.

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  890. Jill on

    My favorite part about fall is the cool air and wearing sweaters :)

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  891. Tina Roy on

    I’m looking forward to the beautiful colors and cool weather. This is the start of preparing for a new planting season and tromping through the garden in my water tight Bogs to prepare for over wintering. My first Bogs purchase was last spring and they have been a lifesaver with my tender feet!!

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  892. Aleana D'Aniello on

    I enjoy all of the fall colors and the (usually) beautiful weather – not too hot, not too cold (yet!). I’m more fond of all of the apple flavors, but I don’t mind all of the pumpkins, either. And what colors those are coming in now!

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  893. Michelle on

    Autumn is my favorite season, by far! I’m anxiously anticipating the day I wake up and can smell the crisp cool air. Then cuddling up on our deck with warm blankets and watching our dogs play! It’s pure heaven!

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  894. Hilary Engelkamp on

    I am excited for all the pumpkin flavored things! I especially love to bake pumpkin bars and pumpkin donuts! I also am excited to work in the garden and start preparing in for next spring 🌷

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  895. Ariana Newell on

    Every season I go on color walks through our fields and woods with my children but I look forward to the fall color walks the most. We pull a wagon and they collect flowers, nuts, berries, leaves, pine cones, or anything of interest in every color they can find. When we get back to the house we arrange everything we gathered into color wheels or patterns on a table and create a fall photo. It is so much fun, the kids learn a lot about nature, and the autumn color walks always have so much color and texture.

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  896. Vanessa Gallach on

    Hi there !!
    Pumpkins 🎃 are awesome
    You can eat them, play with them like in Halloween, you can decor with them, they combine with flowers super nicely.
    And also it would be an extra seat if you need it ;)
    Cheers!!

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  897. Sarah on

    I’m most excited to dig up the dahlia tubers for my new varieties this year, I find it extremely satisfying! And to watch Hocus Pocus about 100 times!

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  898. Jessie Schira on

    I am looking forward to my 3 year old seeing and experiencing all things Fall. Pumpkins, fall colors, apple orchards, Halloween. He is finally at an age where he can understand a bit more of what is happening and gets beyond excited about new things!

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  899. Deanna Kern on

    My favorite things are being out in the fresh crisp morning air. Walking in the garden with a pair of boots so my feet don’t get cold and wet, and a cup of hot coffee in my hand to warm my hands as I walk through and enjoy the gardens morning delight.

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  900. Mercedes on

    Hi floret!
    What I’m excited the most is the food! Don’t get my wrong everybody likes a nice salad during the summer or grilling dressy veggies from the garden. But there’s nothing better than grabbing your favorite blanket and crawl in to couch with a nice warm homemade soup! Yes that’s my favorite part and of course everything pumpkin!!
    Cheers,

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  901. Amy Davidson on

    I love all things fall, but this year in particular putting the farm to rest with beds full of cool season annual babies growing all around, such anticipation!

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  902. Manika Boora on

    Falling leaves, new colours, new smells and digging trenches!

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  903. Lisa O'Neil on

    Our annual pumpkin party on our farm when our friends gather to carve pumpkins and share in a meal while we sit around the bonfire to make smores and catch up while the kids go on hayrack rides and burst pumpkin pinatas.

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  904. Adrienne Hart on

    Waking up to crisp mornings and the smell of wood burning stoves. Wearing my favorite gloves, scarves, boots and beanies. Warm tea and snuggling in my warm fuzzy blankets. Watching the beautiful fall leaves change color and dance across the streets when the wind blows. If I could have one season Fall is my choice. Oh how I love Washington Fall seasons.

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  905. Kristen fleming on

    Leaves changing color, carving pumpkins and roasting the seeds. My eldest son turning 5! And us finally being able to celebrate with family in person!

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  906. Betsy LeVine on

    Hi I am just finishing up my first year of gardening in my dreamy south facing backyard in Portland Oregon and with this rainy season coming up a new pair of waterproof gardening shoes would make it so much easier to prep the beds for the spring.

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  907. Patricia Anderson on

    Looking forward to my two grandson’s 1st birthdays in October. Love the Fall colors!

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  908. Karin Muchemore on

    Hi Erin, I’m looking forward to your Fall mini workshop. It’s been unusually hot summer so looking forward to crisp cool weather, the fall colors and comfort foods. Happy Fall everyone.

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  909. Kimberly on

    Cooler weather, yummy soups, and a cozy fire!

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  910. Liz Volger on

    Wearing sweaters and chili! The cooler weather and changing leaves!

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  911. Debbie on

    The smell of fresh crisp autumn air, the beautiful fall colors, fresh picked apples and enjoying the beauty of all my dahlias before it freezes🍂🍁🍂

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  912. Elowyn on

    I am most looking forward to seeing if any of my other dahlia varieties bloom and my spring bulb orders arriving!

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  913. Elizabeth on

    I love harvest on the farm and seeing the colors change. I’m also on the planning stages for next year’s flowers!

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  914. kelly a wand on

    mmm fall… I am most looking forward to pausing from work in the muddy garden to watch the long drifts of honking geese heading north…

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  915. Greta J Lowther on

    Looking forward to quiet weeding in the fall sun…..it makes me feel so good to leave the garden beds in good shape at the end of a crazy busy summer! And of course nice warm Bogg boots make it easier to get outside earlier with the heavy dews. :)

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  916. Natasha Lepera on

    I’m looking forward to finishing planting out my cool flowers and getting organized! I am also excited to build my chickens a new winter run🐓!

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  917. McKenzie on

    Looking forward to seeing family, getting married (in January), and planning next years garden!

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  918. JoEllen on

    Gathering with family, preparing for beautiful color in the spring, planting bulbs. Resting….reflecting on all things FLOWERS!!

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  919. TAMMI LOVING on

    These boots are sooo amazing! Thank you for the opportunity to enter to win a pair!

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  920. Hailey on

    I’m most looking forward to being outside in the beautiful fall weather and enjoying the last of the dahlia crop. Also cozy food cooking & baking.

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  921. Jodie Morrison on

    Looking forward to tiding up the garden…lol
    Fall is a time for me to learn more about my flower farm. Look back and reflect on how amazing Mother Earth is.

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  922. Tammy Kittle on

    My husband and I sold our home this week to finally move to the land that we purchased a couple of years ago. We are building a barn now and I am so excited about planning the landscape with beautiful flowers- even though I have no experience whatsoever!

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  923. Paola Maynard-Moll on

    This was the summer I went all in with flowers. I cut three new flower beds and filled them with both things I started from seed and things I bought at my favorite nursery. I went all in on dahlias (not having grown one ever), starting tubers I bought and some I got from friends early in the season in pots, and starting a bunch from seed. It’s been ab absolute delight of a spring and summer. This fall I’m really looking forward to putting the garden to bed, as things start to shut down for the season. I’ve already started to take some things out and its been so satisfying to see the clean, mulched spot. I’m also really looking forward to seeing if any of my favorite dahlia seedlings produced good tubers!

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  924. Glenda Schapker on

    We built a house 3 years ago and have just now started flower beds and gardens. I am looking forward to seeing the beauty from all the hard work we are doing this fall.

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  925. megan medeiros on

    Were settling a small family plot and this fall im finally going to really dig in and get the beds ready for planting. The anticipation of being a ‘real’ farmer is constantly worrying me and filling me with curiosity, its websites like this one that really give me hope. Thank yall for all you do!

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  926. Tracy Klie on

    After a very successful first flower farming season, I look forward to planting a gift to my future self as Erin calls it… tulips! Followed by some more planning for 2022 and some much deserved rest!

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  927. Rosemary Justice on

    In Ohio, the Fall Season is full of vibrant color and crisp mornings. As the season evolves, our weather forces us to take a break from major garden chores while we plan for the next season’s projects. I love this season’s color. I look forward to seeing what seeds and color I can incorporate into my garden from Floret! Love your show and the photography – BEAUTIFUL!

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  928. Alison C on

    We just bought our first house. I’m looking forward to the first fall watching the leaves change, and getting to know our new yard and home through the seasons!

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  929. Tracey Smith on

    I’m looking forward to wrapping up my first season of growing flowers at our urban farm. While I’m a little sad to be heading into winter, it will be a perfect time to reflect on all I’ve learned & start planning for next year!

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  930. Ashley Riggin on

    I am looking forward to bonfires with my family, pumpkin carving, apple picking, and making cider. I love how quiet the farm gets as the days grow shorter. Cool season crops are the best!

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  931. Holly A Cloutier on

    Fall is my favorite time of year!! The cooler days, brilliant colors of the trees, and crunching leaves under foot are some of my favorite things about fall.

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  932. Laura Wilson on

    I’m looking forward to enjoying the last zinnias, celosia, and dahlias from my cut flower garden beds over our Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, and making plans for next year’s garden in preparation for the upcoming Floret Flower seed sale.

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  933. Linda batten on

    I’m sad that fall is here because all my flowers will be gone until next spring. I’ve been working to make more space for more flowers next year and I’m almost done. We have had so much rain in Michigan I could really use some boots. Don’t know what next year will bring. Being outside every day I can I am able to see the changes that comes with fall. Squirrel s running around to bury there nuts, bees taking a break in the flowers, the cooler air that feels just right. Love it!

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  934. Kori Abbott on

    I’m looking forward seeing my bright orange and yellow zinnias adorn my kitchen table along side colorful gourds and sweet smelling bees wax candles.

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  935. Lorena K on

    Hi, I am looking forward to renew my mini cut garden in front of my house. It’s small but mighty. I was thinking of adding nasturtiums and celosias.

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  936. Teresa Porter on

    Looking forward to seeing my cover crops flourish

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  937. Lauren M. on

    I’m looking forward to spending more time resting and relaxing with family and friends.

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  938. Laura on

    I’m looking forward to crafting projects and soft, cozy clothing!

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  939. Katie rogers on

    I am most looking forward to baking and cooking delicious food with family!

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  940. Julie B on

    I am looking forward to reading and baking more with our kids and growing baby #6!

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  941. Daphne Conner on

    What I’m looking forward to most this Fall is to feel the crisp morning air to hear the crackling of a cozy fire to stroll through thru a woodland trail and take in the beautiful display of colors while savoring a steaming cup of coffee

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  942. Carol Ezovski on

    I am looking forward to cooler weather as well as the leaves changing color.

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  943. Stephanie Crabtree on

    I am looking most forward to pumpkin pie this Fall! I love the smells and food of Fall.

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  944. Joyce on

    Everyone in my household has Bogs except for me! I need them to work in my garden this fall and next spring in Idaho.

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  945. Stephanie Wright on

    I am looking forward to Apple crisp, pumpkin dump cake, Halloween costumes, digging up tubers, planning beds for the spring, picking pop corn to hull and starting to snuggle in and slow down a little when the cold weather gets here!

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  946. Tammie Brown on

    Fall is my fave! I try to spend 1 day of the short weekend out in the mountains soaking up the sunshine and the beauty of the earth as it readies itself for the long winter! And of course working toward spring when it will come alive again! Thank you Erin for all your beauty, you are the kindest soul on the earth ♥️🇺🇸🍁

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  947. Paula on

    Putting the garden to bed and turning around and planting new bulbs and seeds for spring.

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  948. Aubrie on

    Apple picking and apple cider donuts with my son😊

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  949. Johanna cadoret on

    Walking in the beautiful Fall leaves and savoring the perfect blue Skies. Apple picking , pumpkin carving and bringing my plants inside for the colder months ahead. Fall days are the best days

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  950. Claire on

    Fall foliage, rainy days, and apple cider donuts from the farmer’s market!

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  951. Abby Bridges on

    I’m looking forward to the hectic market season slowing down and being able to regroup and plan for next year. I’m also looking forward to soup weather and all the delicious fall flavors.

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  952. Melanie Heisler on

    In summer dry (and really all 2021) California, I am looking forward to some rain. Please.

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  953. Sara Loftus on

    I live in the mountains of West Virginia and can’t wait for Fall and the color to start sweeping through the trees!

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  954. Alicia Gabbard on

    Looking foward to cooler weather, and some rest, & friday night lights!

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  955. Kelly Villanueva on

    I live in Arizona. I’m most looking forward to cooler weather for me and for my rose garden! Clearing out the worn greenery and setting up my first cut flower garden!

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  956. Megan on

    Bonfires and crisp cool air

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  957. Aubrey Morgan Lopez on

    I’m looking forward to slowing down after a busy summer, to cool nights around an outdoor fire in our new home (we move in next week!), and to fall foliage. :)

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  958. Lori Vangen on

    I love the colors from the trees and foliage changes, the crisp mornings, hot tea and cuddling on the couch with my corgi girls and garden books.

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  959. Evangeline on

    I am looking forward to the cooler weather and cooking cozy comfort food!

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  960. Molly on

    I’m looking forward to the changing leaves, crisp air, cooler nights, bonfires, better hair, and making dried flower bouquets!!!

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  961. Sherrie Morrow on

    I know winter is coming, but I love winter. So I think of fall as the perfect prelude to winter. Fall kicks off the planning of all the wonderful gardening that happens in Spring. It’s been six years since our move from Tennessee to Maine and there’s been a lot to learn about Maine’s short but sweetly intense growing season, and it has led to the most bountiful harvests of my life! Much of that success, I owe to Erin and her amazing team. Your videos are equally informative and thoughtful, your passion for growing and sharing your knowledge, is a recipe for excellence!
    So I love fall for all its beloved traditions, and although most consider Spring as a time of new beginnings, for me, it’s Fall.

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  962. Jennifer Kuhn on

    Halloween, pumpkin carving, leaves changing, chrysanthemums, wind storms, homemade soups, and cuddling by the fireplace are a few of my favorite things reminding me that Fall is here.

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  963. Lena on

    This is like setting an intention. I just love fall with its misty mornings, rains, fogs and of course abundance of color. I love the fall fragrances of cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg. Pumpkin patch is a bright spot in people’s yards and porches. School is becoming more exciting and fulfilling place as we have a nice time with the kids getting ready for holidays.

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  964. Kathy on

    Helping my cousin who has just this season taken an interest in gardening. Something I have always loved I now can share

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  965. Laura on

    Bonfires and s’mores!!! And of course, my favorite holiday, Halloween!

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  966. Renee DAntonio on

    What am I looking forward to this fall!? Dahlias blooming — zone 8b! Their beauty takes my breath away! Cooler weather. Snap seedlings 🌱 . Dried flower wreath-making (which I’ve been stashing away alllllllll summer). Cover Crops (signals a time of rest for me!). Planning beds/sketching layout for next years blooms!

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  967. Anita Raines on

    campfires, fall flowers, hikes, changing leaves, football, sweater weather

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  968. Vickie Kunst on

    After a long, hot, hazardously smoke filled summer, it is such a relief to enjoy clean air, crisp mornings, driving through the beautifully colored aspen trees and enjoying a hot cup of hot chocolate. The bonus is that orange is my favorite color and orange is a feast for my eyes in the fall. My favorite season for sure!

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  969. Naomi on

    I love summer but it also tends to be our craziest season! Most of the inside duties get neglected all summer so once fall gets close I really look forward to slowing down, curling up by the fire with the kids, doing some yoga and wintery soups and stews. Of course that’s after digging and dividing my dahlias and glads!!

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  970. Felicia Turner on

    My favorite parts of fall are campfires, s’mores, mums, and pumpkins. It is too hard to just pick one.

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  971. Nakita Hemingway on

    I am looking forward to planting my bulbs for next spring. It is a welcomed reminder that there is always something good to look forward to.

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  972. kim emmelheintz on

    This Fall I am looking forward to cozy time with my daughter Lily and our little dog Cocoa, long walks to enjoy the autumn leaves, and seeing the last blooms from, our little garden patch. Wishing you all a happy fall~ Kim

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  973. Elaine Alpine on

    Planning for next years little flower garden spot!

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  974. Kathy on

    One of my favorite things about Fall is apple season. I love trying different varieties from our local orchards. I also love the crisper, drier air Fall offers. I am ready for a break from the heat and humidity of Maryland summers.

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  975. Jackie Augustin on

    In fall I most look forward to canning the tomatoes from our garden. We’ve made lots of spaghetti sauce for winter!

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  976. Sue Hughes on

    Thanks once again Erin and to all of your great Floret team and the Bogs folks! What a lovely gift to give!! This fall I am going to dive back into my Floret books and keep learning about flowers. I would love to incorporate flowers as a rotation crop in our little farm market garden and I don’t have it quite figured out yet. Also I have to figure out how to properly deploy the hortonova netting in our greenhouses. All the heavily laden peppers are falling over again this year and the bamboo and jute string just aren’t enough!! I really enjoy reading your posts and being in the email list. Thank you inspiring me and encouraging me to keep going! Cheers, Sue

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  977. Lori on

    I’m looking forward to planning next years gardens. Using the lessons learned and new seeds I ordered.

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  978. Deborah on

    What a wonderful and generous giveaway! This fall I’m looking forward to planning out my new raised kitchen garden I just put in this summer and reading all I can about what to grow for my small family. I also have a Cottage Garden that needs a big change too so I’ll be planning this garden as well.

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  979. Sarah Chute on

    I’m a western Canadian girl and honestly I LOVE the season of fall if we actually get it. Normally here we get a September snow storm that freezes everything and we miss the fall colours, things go from green in the tree to dead on the ground. This year, we had a REALLY warm fall and I got to go out and explore and just relish in the leaves changing colours here in our mountains. I even got to hike and see our Larches change colour, it’s AMAZING! I make lists every year of that perfect week where everything is changing colours and popping and plan so many more hikes I need to do for next year. Fall here is so short, but beyond MAGICAL. I’m dedicating myself to learning how to use my DSLR camera and learn about natural lighting, this fall has been a treat during this learning process:) I LOVE the season, the plant life change and being in the mountains to enjoy it.

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  980. Madi Chancey on

    I’m looking forward to being home with family this fall! I’ve been away for the past 3 years so it’ll be so nice to be home and see the colors change and be around the people I love most. (And planting in prep for spring of course!)

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  981. Jill Bednar on

    Fall is my favorite time of the year in the Midwest-the color transition of leaves, the temperate weather and the beauty of harvesting our crops. I look forward to reaping what we sow- all summer we work so hard to grow flowers and food for our farm animals, and grow food to can for the winter!

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  982. Sue on

    This fall I look forward to the leaves changing color and putting the garden to bed for the winter. After the first killing frost, I am little sad a sad but look forward to digging the dahlia tubers to see how many new tubers I have. It is always a relief when the work is done and we can settle in for the holidays.

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  983. Vanessa Wickey on

    I’m looking forward to the changing colours, cozy clothes, holidays, and evenings by the fireplace. I also do all my bulb planting, vegetable garden planning and annual planter planning this month – all these things fill me with anticipation for the growing season ahead.

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  984. Ellie on

    This year has a lot of questions still looming. I might be taking ownership of a small breakfast spot out of town that would be a huge shake up of all that is normal for my partner and I. It would also mean stepping back from growing garlic -my main crop- which I do on a borrowed plot of land. The timing is such that I might be planting garlic in the unknown, hoping that I have enough time with the new venture to give it care. Thanks for the bits of inspiration as I sort through the exciting possibilities of life!

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  985. Laurene Bissell on

    What I am mostly looking forward to this fall is the cool weather, seeing the fall colors in our landscaping, and working and cleaning up the garden with my teenager helper, who always makes me feel happy.

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  986. Ashley McCurdy on

    This fall, my husband and I are preparing to make the jump into growing cut flowers. We purchased 11 acres in the past year, and while we want to make sure to start slow and steady, it’s so hard deciding where to begin! I think we are going to focus on a spring bloom, summer bloom, and fall bloom batch this year. I am reaching out to local florists to get an idea of what is in demand in this area. We can’t wait to get started, but we are also intimidated!

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  987. Val on

    Fall has been so pretty in the high Rockies! We’re looking forward to redoing our garden beds before the snow and frost covers it all :-) Thanks for inspiring us to make our garden more beautiful with all your tips!

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  988. Penrhyn on

    This was our first summer after the DIY backyard garden renovation. All experimental: trial and error fun! Thank you, Erin and Floret, for great stories and enthusiasm. Your inspiration has given me the “let nature take its course” approach to this project.

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  989. Sue Whitehead on

    More than ever, this is fall marks the end of smoke and record breaking heat temps. Its also my first year flower farming! What a joy to check on late coming dahlias and monkshood and sunflowers early before work, and in the eve. What a great addition to my fav season.

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  990. Eileen Mitchell on

    I’m excited for my daughter and her family to visit this fall. They’re coming from Hawaii, so they’re excited to be in the cool, wet fall weather we have here in the PNW.

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  991. Kathy on

    I’m looking forward to snuggling with my dogs, comfort food and cozy evenings at home.

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  992. Carrilee May on

    We live for and love the outdoors – we all spend as much time together outside as we can(kiddos, pups, horses, kitties, chickens, us old adults) – we love every moment out in the gardens-the flower garden addition this year has been our favorite, the pumpkin patch, the fields working, running down the hill to the fruit orchard, hanging by the fire enjoying smores and lil kid laughs…all of it we can’t get enough of and we’ll surely be sad for fall to end but then here come the snowflakes and snowmen!! Every season is wonderful in their own way!! Hope everyone else can enjoy their seasons as much as possible!!:)

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  993. Vicci Botich on

    Hi Floret peeps and thank you for reading my comment. This Fall, more so than previous Falls, I am looking forward to the cooler weather and the end of fire season. Each year seems to bring more heat and this year was almost unbearable here is Riverside, Ca. I believe 🙏 that we have seen the last of the triple digits this year and for this I am truly grateful. I plan to get out in my garden and upgrade my soil, inspired by a recent episode of your show. Once complete, I will be sowing seeds of bright floral which I hope to order from you. I very much enjoy your show as each episode bring new information which warms my heart. Thank you. Vicci

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  994. Laura Heath on

    Hello everyone at Floret Farm. My name is Laura Heath. I live in Webster New York. I purchase all of your books through amazon a few months back. I have learned so much reading your books. I grew up on a farm. Love working the land. This late summer I finally started my dream flower garden. 87 ft x 43 ft lot. Its my side yard. It once was full of half dead Ash trees. Now it is a open lot. My son rototilled the lot. It dug up an old grenade. The bomb squad said it was already spent. I put in a dry creek. And many flowers, bulbs and seeds. I learned a lesson the hard way. I was digging up dirt with an old cheep pair of rain boots. It ripped the seam in the right foot really bad. So right now I’m out of rain boots. The weather in NY gets really gold. I could really use a new pair. Thank you ❤

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  995. Jenny Collins on

    I love my dalias in the fall as some of the color of the flowers change from red to more of an orange color.

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  996. Dalia Taher on

    I look forward to everything pumpkin :) Wearing cozy sweaters, drinking pumpkin spiced lattes and going for walks where the air is crisp & fresh. Coming home to a warm cup of soup and lazying under a super fluffy blanket. Yeah for Fall!!!! – a time to slow down and reflect after an active & busy summer.

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  997. Bailey Wagner on

    I love all the changing colors in the fall. In Mi we get cool mornings and warm afternoons and it’s just beautiful weather for gardening (when it’s not raining). 🍁

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  998. Lisa Estrada on

    Since we live in Texas, it has to be the cooler weather. The opportunity to reassess my yard and the possibilities in it. And to work in it within it zapping every bit of your energy.

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  999. Heather Behee on

    I am most excited for a time to relax, wrapped in a cozy oversized sweater, sipping chai tea, eating hardy soups and warm fresh bread. All while I am looking at all the beautiful flower catalogs and planning for the 2022 growing season! 💚

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  1000. Beth Lilienthal on

    Your energy and team are amazing! Seeing blooms in my garden keep me going too.

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  1001. Alicia on

    Fall in Pennsylvania is the best season. I’m a summer girl but there is something about fall that takes my breath away. From the beautiful colors on the trees and landscape to the crispness in the air, I’m looking forward to getting outside every day and experiencing everything that Fall has to offer.

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  1002. Ashton on

    I am looking forward to planting my spring bulbs! Thank you for the fall mini course, that was a very kind thing for you to do!

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  1003. Rebecca on

    I’m looking forward to prepping beds and ordering seeds for next Spring, warm sweaters, and hot coffee!

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  1004. Marti Feller on

    Ahh fall. When everything that has been laying low or slogging through the summer heat comes out for one last hurrah. When mornings are crisp and evenings are pleasant enough to stay outside until the sun has set. When my dahlias are outta control and every nook and cranny of the house is filled with vases of them.

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  1005. Abbey Maas on

    The crunching sounds of the leaves under your feet and the smell of fall in the air!

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  1006. Julie Garner on

    Low land and wet weather are all too common here!
    And out in the pumpkin patch or working the cows, boots are a necessity! I’m loving how much I’m learning from your site.!

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  1007. Susan Premo on

    Fall is my favorite time of the year. Its when the plants start to get ready for winter, but still shine on a sunny day.
    The color of the leaves as they turn is a palate that only nature can make.

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  1008. Hedy V Zikratch on

    I am new to becoming more active in gleening what your wonderful site has to offer. I am a senior who has the ground to create color on and I am eager to work it efficiently. Your “tried & true” ideas will allow me to make the best of the time the good Lord has planned for me! Thank you!

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  1009. Mary on

    Fall is our second summer, watching my tomatoes come back alive, flowering and fruiting. Watching the bees and butterflies visit the garden. Sweet potato vines wandering around the garden, flowers still blooming. It’s time to access what to plant for the winter crops, very seldom do we see snow but lots of rain. Boots would be so awesome!

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  1010. Clista Seals on

    Looking forward to your posts to learn how to prep my garden beds this fall. Also, can’t wait to plan my flower bed for next year!

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  1011. Amy Beaupre on

    The sky puts on the best shows in the fall. The clouds are incredible this time of year.

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  1012. Cherie on

    The colors of Fall! Mother Natures last hurrah before settling in to restful sleep.. We all need a pair of these boots as we go on walk about dreaming of spring and collecting our seed heads

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  1013. Raylene Sinnett on

    I am just hoping to get my tulips bulbs before the ground freezes. We’ve already had it snow twice here in Alaska.

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  1014. Margaret Holland on

    I’m looking forward to fall colors, cooler weather and rain, pumpkins, gourds, soups, getting cozy, and just all the changes of a new season!🍁🍻🎃🦃🍂🌻🍐🧡

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  1015. Laura on

    After living in Fl. for 37 years I really look forward to experiencing the beauty of fall, everything pumpkin spice, baking fall treats, sitting by the fire on a cool evening, and sweater days! Pure bliss…ahhh!!!

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  1016. Lisa Jay on

    Love that Fall brings more family time and the start of Spring flowers. However, those may be delayed as we just got 11 inches of rain yesterday! ( which would sure make those boots come in handy)

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  1017. becky thatcher on

    I was just thinking of getting a pair for our quite damp fall we’re having in Ontario! We usually have frost by now, but the weather is still holding out for my dahlias!

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  1018. Susan M Horn on

    Can I just say that I’m looking forward to all the fall things? Well, I am! Pumpkin picking, leaf jumping, glorious rides to view the foliage, apple pie making, spice candle burning, not to mention fireside chats with the family! Thanks for your glorious flower inspiration, Erin.

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  1019. Hélène on

    Hiking with my dogs, drinking hot cocoa and enjoying chilly nights around the fire with friends

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  1020. Sara on

    Expanding our current beds and seed collection. One of my favorite things!

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  1021. Jean on

    I love the colors of Fall in the Midwest. Fall seems like a good time for the earth to relax and breathe after a busy summer and before the harshness of winter sets in.

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  1022. Karen Boyle on

    It’s the quietude that fall brings- taking a breath and taking it all in. I get to enjoy the last garden growth spurts, squeeze in some strategic fall plantings, then tidy it all up and put to bed for winter. For me fall is the welcome reminder of perspective, in gardening and life.

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  1023. Sylvia Brownell on

    This fall I am looking forward to trying to save seeds from my zinnia’s and dahlia’s.

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  1024. Lisa on

    Camping in fall foliage

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  1025. Rhonda Pickrell on

    Just saw the first fall video is here! Can’t wait to learn from you!

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  1026. Holly Stretch on

    Just had my most beautiful dahlia garden
    ever. Thanks for your Dahlia book.
    Already looking forward to next year.

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  1027. Adela on

    I am awaiting the splendid fall colors that awaken precious memories of collecting leaves and then jumping in! We are never to old!

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  1028. Carol Coulson on

    I’m looking forward to prepping a new space for more cut flowers in 2022.

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  1029. Melissa on

    I’m looking forward to seeing my Ginko tree’s leaves tutn golden and crisp, less humid weather!

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  1030. Cassie Diemert on

    The hot, dry summer in Minnesota did no favors for the garden. I’m looking forward to cooler weather, planning for next year, and maybe a new pair of boots to do the job!

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  1031. Sarah Strouse on

    I’m looking forward to a big bunch of chrysanthemums on the table for thanksgiving. I love the smell, it brings me back to the thanksgivings of my childhood.

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  1032. Vy Van on

    Firstly, thanks to you and your team for leading this flower farming revolution, Erin!

    Here in Texas, our winters are usually mild, except for the black swan event that occurred earlier this year. 😅 Thus, I will soon be amending my garden beds and sowing spinach, snap peas, Fava beans, kale, various herbs, and hardy annuals. Many fall-planted bulbs will be in the ground soon. Currently, they are asleep in the fridge, awaiting their turn. Best of all, my garden roses have begun to rebloom thanks to the cooler weather. I hope everyone has a lovely autumn!

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  1033. Amy Grant on

    I am looking forward to prepping my flower bed by tilling the rows, mixing in compost, tilling again and covering for our long winter. I’m in zone 4a, so sadly I cannot plant my bulbs or corms yet but I’ll be happily ordering seed and and anxiously waiting for spring!

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  1034. Robin on

    Loving fall here in Umbria. We finally have rain- lots of it and much needed.

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  1035. Erin Stennett on

    As a person who flourishes when her flowers and garden does, and thrives best when I am tending to their needs and growth. I relish their beauty! I live in awe of all they are and I am always amazed at how much more they are yet to be! For me, Fall represents a time of tucking my plants and seeds into bed for a long rest. As a gardener, I see our seeds and plants are like children we care for. But instead of comforters and sheets we use mounds of earth, mulch, and even burlap to snuggle them in for all the cold nights ahead. In Fall we see what once has sprung forth from the earth returns to her as it becomes a blanket to hide beneath for them until Spring’s warm sun and the return of the bird’s songs awakens them from their slumber. It’s Fall and it is nearing bedtime. Yes, it is almost that time to say good night again.

    Fall in my garden, makes me long for Spring all the more.

    We’ll be waiting.

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  1036. Donna Friesen on

    My favourite fall things are to plant new varieties of tulip and daffodil bulbs throughout my garden. I’m very fond of alliums as they provide a long display time. OF course pumpkin pie and thanksgiving is a highlight of every October in Canada and we have so much to give thanks for this year!

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  1037. Linda on

    I am very much looking forward to seeing the squash grow and baking and eating them.

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  1038. Nicole Powell on

    My favorite part of fall is the cooler weather and the colorful leaves. I like that I can wear my sweaters and jackets too and it’s not all rain yet.

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  1039. Hannah Pace on

    I’m most looking forward to gathering all my wins and “learning opportunities” and start planning the set up for next season. I enjoy the labor of tidying up and putting some beds to sleep, collecting seeds, digging tubers and letting my chickens free range in the veggie patch but planning the next season is always so exciting!

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  1040. Maggie Morgan on

    Even though I’ll be so sad to let my dahlias go (first freeze expected next week), I do enjoy the process of tidying up the beds and planting more daffies, tulips, hyacinths and putting out some good organic matter to feed the beds as we tuck them in. I think I’m also really excited (and a bit nervous) to see what shape the tubers are in in my Floret seed bed. I’m really hoping I can replant several varieties again next year. It was such a fun experience!

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  1041. Karla Terbilcox on

    I’m most excited to take stock of my dahlia tubers, prepare my garden beds and bees for winter, and break out my notes and colored pencils to begin revising and expanding my garden design for the 2022 growing season.

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  1042. Rachel on

    Ending my first year I’m sad and relieved. It has been intense taking a weed patch and turning it into a pretty garden. Strangers stop me and tell me how great my yard looks and they are very curious as to what my plans are. I’m ready to thank my flowers for such beauty and ready to put them to bed and start the fall bulb and peony planting.

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  1043. Melody Thompson on

    I’m most excited about seeing how many lovely tubers have grown beneath the soil.

    Then digging and preparing them (in my new Neo classic mid Bogs ☺️) for their long winters nap!
    But I am honestly so sad that dahlia season is ending. 😢

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  1044. Melody Thompson on

    I’m most excited about seeing how many lovely tubers have grown beneath the soil.

    Then digging and preparing them (in my new Neo classic mid Bogs ☺️) for their long winters nap!
    But I am honestly so sad that dahlia season is ending. 😢

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  1045. Tina on

    Putting the gardens to bed after our second son’s wedding this coming weekend!

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  1046. Ruth on

    Hot tea and relaxed days! Cooler weather mixed with sunny perfect days.

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  1047. Joyce Fowler on

    Cooler weather and decorating for holidays and baking since it will be cooler.

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  1048. Christine on

    With the onset of fall I look forward to a shift in interests- from a summer of gardening and shepherding to a time of knitting and baking ( and still tending the flock)! Cheers

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  1049. Jayne on

    I am honestly looking forward to digging up my dahlia collection and sorting them out into keepers and givers 🤗

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  1050. Stacy on

    I love the cool, crisp weather at night.

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  1051. Kartini on

    I love how the air become cool and crisp, wrapping up in sweaters and blankets, football season, and just how everything feels so refreshed.

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  1052. Andrea Shackleton on

    I am looking forward to sorting thru catalogs of seeds and bulbs and slogging through the rain and mud to garden in my new Bogs boots and plant in all kinds of weather!!!

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  1053. Suky on

    I love snuggling up with the crisp air, hearing the rain pouring down and hot apple cider!

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  1054. Linda Trammell on

    Fall is my absolute favorite! I love sweaters, the crunch of leaves, the crisp air and the changing colors!

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  1055. Lauren Lain on

    I’m looking forward to crisp mornings with a warm cup of coffee and the gatherings around the fire pit at night!

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  1056. Jan on

    Autumn is my favourite time of year. Looking forward to walks in the woods, planting spring bulbs, and wearing cozy sweaters!

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  1057. Nicola on

    I’m looking forward to not having to water my garden any more for the season! And the beautiful fall color and cotton candy smell of the Katsura trees, and the sound of walking through the fall leaves.

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  1058. Rin on

    \(*0*)/ Wow! Look at those gorgeous tulips! I would really love to enter on behalf of my beautiful Aunt living in B.C. who is recovering from illness. These would definitely up the comfort for her on walks with her dog.

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  1059. Jamie Barton on

    A relief from 100 degree days in Utah! And planting bulbs for the first time in our new house and yard! In Bogs, of course… :)

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  1060. Crystal Little on

    I just ordered your latest book and I am so excited to dive into it! My daughter is getting married at our house the last of October so I am excited about decorating with beautiful flowers!

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  1061. Luci Jewess on

    Growing up in the Columbia Valley of Washington State, I have fond memories of walking through our family farm in the fall and smelling the grapes and apples in the air. I still make a few trips home each fall to enjoy the colors and smells of harvest. When I was still living at home I would take hot coffee out to my dad on the grape harvester, as they would often harvest all night long. I would ride up and down the rows, the lights shining on the tractors and watch the grapes pour into the bins, and the smell of the ripe grapes was unforgettable. Even though I don’t live close anymore, I’ll never out grow my love for fall harvest!

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  1062. Leigh on

    Looking forward to the change of weather this fall and needing to wear a pair of Bogs!

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  1063. Vanessa Smeding on

    This fall I’m looking forward to getting the gardens cleaned up, and planting lots of tulip and daffodil bulbs and peonies!!! All while enjoying the gorgeous Autumn we’ve been having. I admit though, that I’m also really looking forward to a well deserved break after that’s done – to have a little hiatus away from the gardens and focus on other things before jumping in again :)

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  1064. Elena Cuthbertson on

    Looking forward to planting my fall garden, which will be small. However, I’m really looking forward to planning my spring/summer garden for 2022 because it will be bigger than this year. Lots more flowers.

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  1065. Lori Akins on

    I’m looking forward to fall festivals and all things apples! Planting bulbs and planning next years gardens is another fun thing to look forward to!

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  1066. Dianne Gomez on

    I’ve never been so ready for the fall/ winter season until this year. It’s been exceptionally dry and hot here in Oregon. When the rain came and everything turned green again, it was like a breath of fresh air. I look forward to writing down what i learned this past season next to the fireplace and some hot tea!

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  1067. Stacey Medina on

    Each autumn I make my annual pilgrimage to Estes Park. Cool mountain air, golden colors of aspen trees, elk bugling in the distance and the peace of the season.

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  1068. Denise Kamo on

    Looking forward to evenings by the fire pit, hot apple cider, freshly picked apples from the market and watching the fall flowers flourish for beautiful bouquets to share.

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  1069. Sara Breeden on

    I’m looking forward to cooler nights, campfires with family, bulb planting and watching all the leaves change color!

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  1070. Corinne Lindfors on

    I am looking forward to the slow down and nesting that comes with the Alaska shift to fall and winter that comes with the change of seasons in Alaska. Also looking forward to planting some bulbs for next year and garlic for the first time.

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  1071. Sara Payne on

    Every fall I look forward to planning our plantings for the next season and dreaming up new ways to harvest 5 months of cut flowers in Zone 4b.

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  1072. maryann adams on

    I am looking forward to all things Fall! Pumpkin Picking. Leaf gazing. The last of the Farm Stand shopping. Playing in the Park with my Nieces. I also look forward to volunteering at a Farm near me, with a bunch of other people!

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  1073. Molly McKenna on

    I love driving into the mountains to take photos of the Colorado Aspen leaves changing colors. 🍁

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  1074. Molly on

    I look forward to cuddling up in front of my new gas fireplace with just the push of a button on dark cold mornings as I drink my coffee!

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  1075. Janet Coffey on

    I look forward to collecting eggs in the snow and keeping warm at the same time!!!!

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  1076. Jane on

    The changing colors in the landscape!

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  1077. Emily on

    I am looking forward to enjoying the season with my daughters- chilly weather, red and orange leaves, pumpkin carving, and comfort food!

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  1078. Elizabeth Brown on

    I am looking forward to sitting around the fire as a family, bundling in blankets and just talking with each other.

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  1079. Wendy Bergland on

    I am looking forward to making a big pot of soup every Sunday night for dinner.

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  1080. Pam Houge on

    Looking forward to extending my gardening season in the greenhouse my husband built me last spring! (While wearing my Bogs!😁)

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  1081. Yessy on

    I’m looking forward to sporting some new BOGS this fall :)

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  1082. Linda Howd on

    I love that first chilly fall day when I put on a pair of cozy warm socks for the first time following a summer of flip flops!

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  1083. Sara Hillegass on

    Cool evenings and outside fires are what I’m looking forward to. Cozy sweaters and warm drinks and roasted marshmallows!

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  1084. Jodi Feyen on

    These boots look amazing, much better than my current boots. I am enjoying your blog and the information you provide and am so enjoying watching Growing Floret and learning more about your process. I hope next year to add cut flowers to my vegetable garden!

    Thanks for your inspiration!!

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  1085. Megan W on

    I’m excited for the wind-down. It’s minimal, with closing things down and prepping for winter, but autumn is just better somehow.

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  1086. Amy L. Schoepke-Maas on

    I love spending as much time as I can outside in our beautiful (most of the time) Autumn Wisconsin weather. I am looking forward to smelling the smells, hearing the geese as they migrate and “tucking in” our country property for Winter.
    Not to forget baking an apple pie or two and a batch of my Aunt’s pumpkin bars.

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  1087. Lisa Cool on

    Here in Kansas, crisp fall weather is always tops on my list of fall favorites! I also love all of the rustic colors, smells and leaf piles! Fall to me means planting “just a few” more bulbs for a happy spring and roasting marshmallows with my grandkids under the beautiful autumn sunset!

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  1088. emily Chick on

    I’m looking forward to the re energizing fall air that I will be able to make memories with my kids in at the pumpkin patch, raking leaves and taking walks.

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  1089. Kay Shue on

    I’m looking forward to cooler days and thanking the spent flowers for sharing their beauty and giving me joy! I’m looking forward to fall leading to Winter Sabbath and the planning for spring!

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  1090. Chana Hyer on

    We just moved back to Washington state. I have missed the rain and green. I have been blessed with a clean slate of 3 acers to build a garden cottage home right next to my daughter and grandchildren. It’s going to be a wonderful wet winter and I will be enjoying every day out in the soil. Bogs would be the icing on my cake! 😁

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  1091. Veronick SM on

    Even though I adore summer, I’m really excited for fall nature walks, can’t wait to admire and embrace the beauty of autumnal changes once again.

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  1092. Martha on

    Looking forward to fall colors and yummy comfort food dinners cooking in the oven & filling the house with their aroma

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  1093. Darlene on

    I’m looking forward to the cooler days, fall colors, and fall cooking. I love my crisp fall walks, it’s such a beautiful time to be outdoors.

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  1094. Sheila on

    I’m looking forward to the cooler days and a fall garden full of greens.

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  1095. Allison Villard on

    The Bogs I have now are in a sad state and I have been looking for a new pair. This giveaway is the perfect way for me to get some new ones and perfect for the garden!

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  1096. Lisa Stock on

    Fall is such a lovely season. There are so many things that I love. The smells of fall have got to be my favorite thing. I love the smell of crispy leaves on a clear chilly fall day and the smells of apples fresh picked of the trees. Secondly I love preparing my gardens so that they will be ready for new growth in the spring. I could go on and on but those things are what come to Ming as favorites.

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  1097. Lynda B Emerson on

    Looking forward to your upcoming sales of flower seeds and rocking a pair of Bog boots while harvesting!!

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  1098. KAY D. MANEY on

    Looking forward ro decorating my yard with …mums….pumpkins…scarecrows and hay stacks. Would luv 💖 to rock a pair of the Bogs Boots 👢while doing this fun festive activity.

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  1099. Lynn Gandy on

    Fall is our “catch our breath” time. I’m looking forward to mowing down beds and weeds and preparing for spring!

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  1100. Eileen Zidi on

    I love that you reminded to tag the Dahlias, so I remember what I’m digging up and storing them. What you shared about cutting them during the season paid off ten fold. Thank You!

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  1101. Susan on

    Make that western Washington not eastern. Western Washington is a completely different climate and is very dry.

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  1102. Susan on

    My sister lives in Olympia and both my parents are from Washington State so I am very familiar with rainy eastern Washington. I live in the other Washington, which while not quite as rainy , definitely has its share of wet weather.

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  1103. Joelle on

    I am looking forward to prepping beds for winter, slowing down, and spending time with my son playing in leaves, carving pumpkins, and trick-or-treating!

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  1104. Heather on

    Fell in love with Bogs during the year I lived in Maine. But I know I could rock a pair of Bogs in Florida too :)

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  1105. Tina B on

    I’m most excited for registration to open for the 2022 online workshop. My husband and I left the city for a farm that used to be a flower farm. I’m anxious but ready for learning as much as I can.

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  1106. Michelle Wilson on

    This fall I’m looking forward to cooler weather, picking apples and planting spring bulbs:)

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  1107. Carrie P. on

    I’m looking forward to making soups with some of the canned, frozen and dried veggies from my summer garden.

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  1108. Ying on

    This fall I’m most excited to plant my peony bulbs!

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  1109. Debbie on

    Although our pumpkins and dahlias are in their prime, I am looking forward to cleaning up the garden and making plans for next year.

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  1110. Ashley Saunders on

    I’m looking forward to Apples, pumpkins, and starting up the wood stove!

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  1111. Maureen on

    While I am sad to put our vegetable garden to bed, I am excited to get our raised beds built and ready for next year. We are reworking the whole space to make next year even better!

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  1112. Jennifer Bettis on

    I am most looking forward to warm cozy fires and baking bread!

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  1113. RJ on

    We just finished landscaping our yard and look forward to planting seeds from your upcoming sale. Love watching your stories of beautiful flowers on IG and to see how your amazing business started on Discovery+. Continued success with your beautiful venture.

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  1114. Martie Kenitzer on

    This fall I am enjoying watching the asters come up. I look forward to sitting down and really drawing out next years plans. Tucking away the supports from this last year and taking a moment to reflect on what worked this year. I look forward to getting into a reset mode overall. We went through some major ups and downs. The garden and field just was an escape and a refuge to meet with God and remove distractions . It felt so good to step away from the digital world and try to reconnect with nature and regroup. This fall I continue to be in a moment of reflection and also a time to search for what God wants us to do next.

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  1115. jill on

    For me, fall brings anticipation of what is yet to be. Looking forward to new experiences, propagating seeds, cuttings, knitting, baking, eating. Getting outside to take in the smells of autumn… It’s a grand grand season.

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  1116. Christine on

    I am looking forward to new raised beds filled with bulbs! It will be lots of work, but it will be worth come spring time!

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  1117. Rachel C on

    I’m most looking forward to sitting by the fire pit!

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  1118. Amanda on

    I’m so looking forward to the cooler weather, warm meals and time around the fires. During the cold times we plan and dream of what next spring holds.

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  1119. Ashley Arceneaux Mosbey on

    This Fall I’m looking forward getting my hands in the soil as a therapeutic practice. You see I have found a safe haven and a passion in farming. I deal with a lot of anxiety and stress. Over this past year the healing power of food I’ve grown and the beauty of flowers has change my life. I have to share this everyone! I’m not very fortunate to own a pair of outdoor work boots so I use what I have! I have looked up Bogs and feel that as a company they are aligned with my values and would live to support them in anyway that I possibly can.

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  1120. Stacey Medley on

    Fall is my favorite time of year! I love the crisp morning and evening air, with a bit of leftover summer time heat during the day. What is so great about the Pacific Northwest is the crazy quilt of colors that we get – yes the east coast turns into a blaze of glory, but our side of the country has a huge variety of colors. As we clean up summers surplus, we get to plan for next year’s bounty as well as enjoying a hot toddy on the porch!

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  1121. Elaine Deschambeault on

    I am looking forward to retiring this Fall to care for my newborn grandson. COVID has made the outdoors environment and spending time with others so much more meaningful. I have used bogs all throughout my career working in pediatric physical therapy. We used the outdoors to bring students with disabilities sledding, snowshoeing and to support them during adaptive ski. I also used my bogs during summer and fall during hippotherapy sessions (using a horse to work on balance, strength and conditioning). Now that I will be with my grandson the bogs will be there for stroller walks and eventually puddle jumping and sledding. I love the designs, durability and fun that my bogs have brought me.

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  1122. Kai on

    I look forward to sorting all the seeds I’ve collected! I bought cute little seed envelops to fill and give to all my gardener friends.

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  1123. Charlene on

    I love the feeling of the cool autumn air. The breezes that stir the trees and the gentle fall of leaves.

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  1124. Antoinette Martin on

    I’m looking forward to planting bulbs, moving plants around, and beginning to scheme for next year!!!

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  1125. Kariann Myers on

    I’m looking forward to tucking the garden in for winter and planning for spring!

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  1126. Monica Medalen on

    Fall brings crisp air and warm light. Cool fall evening walks are the best.

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  1127. Symona on

    I love how the air turns crisp and cool in the fall. We come in rosy cheeked and ready to settle into shucking beans, labeling seeds and cooking bountiful meals. This time of year is always a treat for my family and me!

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  1128. Sitton on

    Along with the leaves turning and fresh pumpkin and maple scents, fall is about bringing everyone together! I love how Floret brings people from so many different backgrounds and places together for one purpose

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  1129. Kristy Hettinga on

    This will be my first time digging up dahlia tubers and I’m looking forward to seeing how well they have multiplied underground. This fall is the first time I will also be planting spring bulbs. Such an exciting time for this newbie gardener.

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  1130. Diana on

    Fall means comfort to me, be it the warm colors, cozy sweaters and blankets or warming meals. I look forward all year for its arrival.

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  1131. Lisa Cody-Smith on

    Fall, oh fall. I love it so. The pumpkins and pansies and mums, oh my! The falling leaves always remind me that letting go leads to renewal. As we SPRING forward in life, may we always have good friends to FALL back on!

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  1132. Alexis on

    I’m looking forward to the coziness of fall. We get a lot of rain in the winter and the sound is calming and relaxing. Most of all, I’m looking forward to a visit with my sister and her family. They are all coming to visit us for the first time! and I can’t wait.

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  1133. MarySue Cromwell on

    I’m looking forward to the cooler temperatures and changing colors.

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  1134. Nicole Allen on

    The changing leaves and pumpkin patches🍂🎃

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  1135. Catherine Connors-Nelson on

    I am looking forward to planting pansies in my planters and in my beds along with sweet peas and daffodil bulbs. And I am ready for a quieter time, when even nature seems to rest and bathes itself in rain.

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  1136. Terri Wilkerson on

    I’m looking forward to cooler weather as it’s October and we’re still having some days in the high 80s and low 90s. I love the fall color as well, and already have mums and pumpkins out which always makes me happy.

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  1137. Rachel Harwick on

    I’m looking forward to some cool days and revamping my garden space! Teaching my granddaughters more about growing veggies and flowers and making our space our happy place! I just love my grand babies between them and gardening it’s what keeps me going ❤️

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  1138. Carmel Welch on

    I’m looking forward to crisp cool days and planting all the things: bulbs, shrubs, trees, perennials and cool weather crops in the vegetable garden!

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  1139. Suzanne Garrett on

    I’m looking forward to starting a new garden! And collecting seeds, and having more free time to spend in my garden.💚

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  1140. Marianne on

    I am looking forward to seeing the trees go golden and Fall red. Some streets lined with Fall color as I drive around our country lanes breathing in that cool crisp air. Wearing my favorite sweaters and snuggling around a warm fireplace.

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  1141. Michelle Ahlers on

    My favorite thing about Fall is seeing the beautiful colors. This has been an amazing fall for color in Minnesota!
    I don’t mind the slowing down after a fast paced Summer, giving time to regroup and plan for spring!

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  1142. Faith on

    This fall I am looking forward to a visit to the pumpkin patch with my kids, enjoying the last of the dahlia garden, and lots of fall baking with my family!

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  1143. Darcie on

    The crisp Fall air, apples, planting bulbs and leaf-peeping!

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  1144. Angie W on

    I’m looking forward to collecting my own seed to try to grow flowers next spring!

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  1145. Jillian Brunell on

    My favorite day in the fall is to see our garden all ready for next spring…that would be all rototilled and “put to sleep” as my grandmother would have called it. Then we plan and imagine all of the possibilities from that day forwards what next year’s garden will bring.

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  1146. Shelley on

    I am looking forward to my first Fall planting in my new garden! Learning more about flowers and reading the books that I purchased for that purpose.

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  1147. Vicki Sakioka on

    I’m so looking forward to trying my hand at collecting
    seeds from my Dahlias this fall and seeing what kind of surprises I get next year🥰
    Erin you are such an inspiration for me❣️❣️❣️

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  1148. Priscilla Wilder on

    I look forward to deep breathing and marveling at nature and this season of color changes and crisp weather.

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  1149. Theresa Okamoto on

    I am looking forward to harvesting my yams actually. And actually just resting a bit this fall and winter. Then getting my side yard ready to plant native plants and flowers. I’m in Southern California. Erin and team thank you for all you do! I’ve been following you on IG for about 5 years I think 🤔 but not positive. Take care!

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  1150. Peggy Patterson on

    I am looking forward to putting the garden to sleep in anticipation of next springs plantings.

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  1151. SARA on

    I look forward to cooler weather and planting bulbs.

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  1152. Verona Balderas on

    First year to plant Dahlias and I’m looking forward to digging up my dahlia bulbs this winter and seeing how much they’ve multiplied!! 🌱🔆🌸

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  1153. Vitoria Tewes on

    Slowly, we have been shutting down the gardens at our farm as the feeling of the Autumns’ desire to enter keeps whirling in and out as summers’ resistance to leave keeps grasping for a few more days. The kitchen counter is filled with the final harvest of many flowers & crops, waiting to be preserved in jars or put up in the freezer. A pot of what we call “End of the Season” soup bubbles on the stovetop as the first cool rain falls. Blessed.

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  1154. Elizabeth B on

    Can’t wait to decorate for Fall! Give me all the mums, pumpkins and crispy leaves. 💕

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  1155. Megan Foy on

    I can’t wait for planting my bulbs and sipping hot cider!

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  1156. Letitia Padgett Pope on

    What I am most looking forward to this fall would be Thanksgiving – getting to be with all of my family for several days in the mountains with all the beautiful fall colored trees!

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  1157. Johnna VanCamp on

    I am so excited for the fall season. We have just remodeled the exterior of our home with new brick, soffit and fascia. Our concrete will be done by the end of this month and then I will be jumping in to redoing our landscape with new flower beds and new turf for our front and back yard. This has been quite an undertaking because of doing it all ourselves and balancing our regular jobs along with homeschooling our kiddos. But we have found this to be one of the most rewarding things we have done. it has been over a year of working on it and we are excited to be wrapping it up in the next few months.

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  1158. Marilyn Norberg on

    looking forward to seeing all my Japanese maples turn colors, as this is one sure sign of fall in California

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  1159. Mathilde Lacoursière on

    I’m looking forward to hear and see large groups of Canadian goose flying over my house, to finally cook rich soups, to wrap myself in a big blanket after a relaxing bath and a nice walk at the mountain. 🍂🌞🍁

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  1160. Lisa D. on

    I look forward to a really good year of learning to grow for the market coming to an end. And then using fall and winter to digest the new knowledge and plan for next year. This is perfect timing because I’m on maternity leave with my 4th babe Which allows me to slow down and do all the digesting and planning!

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  1161. Candy Cooper on

    Having just gotten married in our yard last weekend, I’m really looking forward to slowing down the pace finally. Some cider, a fire, and prepping beds for the hustle of spring again. :)

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  1162. Christine on

    I look forward to cooler temperatures, opening the windows, having morning coffee on the back patio, carving Halloween pumpkins and chili night!

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  1163. Betsy on

    Today, I stand in a deluge peeking under the row covers in anticipation for the first sprouts of my hardy annuals to appear. Tomorrow, I will continue the installation of a solar electric fence to keep out the feral hogs and in a few weeks, when the seedlings are up and the fence is on, I will reapply all of the mulch to the paths and beds that I had to remove last Spring when the hogs discovered the tasty grubs underneath. It took them two years to find this little oasis on the river in South Carolina. In spite of the destruction and frustration, I cannot thank God enough for giving me the gift of a life in flowers. Bogs Boots? Have been wallowing in the mud all summer.

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  1164. Katie Reihman on

    I love the smell of fall leaves and woodsmoke in the evenings as I work in the garden & get it ready for the quieter, but still beautiful Fall & Winter months.

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  1165. Susan on

    I love the changing light in Autumn as it embers my asters, marigolds and zinnias with a rich patina.

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  1166. Andrea Owen on

    Here in Central Texas I am looking forward to our first cool front and low humidity!

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  1167. Nora Lee on

    I’m looking forward to a respite from the scorching temperatures of Missouri summers. A time when I can open the windows, hear the birds early in the morning chirping on my dogwood tree as they enjoy eating its berries while the crickets sing to their hearts delight. A time to be thankful for God’s bountiful harvest and a time to marvel at God’s creation change in autumn colors before it goes to sleep. A time to get busy collecting seeds , cleaning the garden and to ponder what I learned from this years experiences and how to apply them to next years plans. I time to live, breath the cooler air and to praise God that he gives us life.

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  1168. Kristy Bussiere on

    Every morning I put on my boots and head out into my flower gardens and enjoy all the beauty around me. Although some of my plants are dying off, I look forward to the fall cleanup and dream about what I will plant next spring! After reading your book Discovering Dahlias, I can’t wait to try storing my dahlia plants , this will be a first for me and I’m excited!!! Happy Fall 😊

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  1169. Lynda Garron on

    October in New England (Boston) is such a delight, we have the mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont and the stunning Cape Cod seashore all to visit w/in 2 hours. I look forward to my fall hydrangeas to pick and bring in along with all my colorful zinnias. Looking forward to purchasing some florets to plant in the spring.

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  1170. ANGELA LONGHURST on

    I am really stepping up my game this fall and I have 600 tulips bulbs coming and two hundred amaryllis! It is going to be a wonderful winter and spring full of surprises.

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  1171. Megan Sahlstrom on

    Fall has always been my favorite season. I appreciate the cooler turn of the weather that makes being outside a bit more comfortable. I love raking leaves into piles and watching my sons play in them. This year, I’m excited to dig up the tubers of the dahlias I grew from seed this past spring. Fall to me is like taking a deep breath. It’s often busier, but the routine we settle into is refreshing to me.

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  1172. Karen Bruce on

    Each season is delightful in it’s own way! I love the sunny days of fall, with the brisk air and the leaves turning color. I love the chrysanthemums that bloom and the last dahlias of the season! I look forward to planting bulbs that will show their color in spring and to journal what worked well in the garden this last year. I love going on garden walks with my granddaughter, Tatum!

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  1173. Kathy Gustaveson on

    I live in the mountains of NC and I love the transition of seasons. We have incredible Fall foliage and it inspires me to get outside for long walks and inside for warm, yummy soup. I feel a little melancholy as I put all my flowers away for the Winter but use this time to dream and plan for next Spring!!!!

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  1174. Alexis on

    We’re not ready to give up on outside dining yet as there’s kale, spinach, chard and a few late cherry tomatoes to harvest and enjoy al fresco. This year I didn’t miss out on getting a pair of patio heaters so we can be cozy as evening temps are now in the high 40’s/low 50’s. My nasturtiums and marigolds are still going strong, but the zinnias are almost gone….yet I can still make some small bouquets to enjoy inside and out. Thrilled about fall bulb planting and dreaming of next year’s spring garden. Your emails make for wonderful fantasy garden dreams!

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  1175. Tresa Holland on

    Fall is in the air in East Texas, the days are getting shorter and the leaves are starting to change. This will be our first year on a 36 acres we bought so everything will be new and
    different for us. I can’t wait to plant my garden and start a sunflower garden in my pasture next year.

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  1176. Eileen Johnson on

    Fall brings the change of season to a more restful time for all plants and creatures. I look forward to this time to tuck in my plants, cuddle with my cat more and to plan for a spring garden!

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  1177. Liz Podraza on

    Here in SE Pennsylvania we are barely beginning to see touches of fall color. The asters and goldenrod in the garden are simply stunning. I am looking forward to cool evening fires on the patio after a long day of garden clean-up.

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  1178. Annie Burke on

    A friend of mine posted this quote on FB. “The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let go of things. ” The transition from summer clothes, feet in the sand , summer camping to a beautiful color fest of leaves falling to decorate the ground and streets. Changing our wardrobe to sweaters, cozy socks and soup on the stove. Falls brings a complete shift in our emotions and focus to begin preparing for a new season . Whether it be as Floret is to collect seeds for a new beginning in spring or canning the last of a summer harvest. Fall for me is contemplative, I slow down to journal, read through my favorite books and plan for the next year.

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  1179. Abbey on

    Hello from Vermont! Looking forward to seeing the season change and slowing down. But still have to get those chores done. Sending love!

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  1180. Mallory on

    Evening walks down our gravel road to the creek with my family.

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  1181. cheryl mendenhall on

    Looking forward to the quiet of fall. With darker days, the world seems to slow a bit and allow us time to catch-up on neglected tasks that we were too busy to do in the summer. 🌿

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  1182. Dorothy Miller on

    Hello, here is zone 3b we would typically be done our fall clean up but this year we have been fortunate with an extended season so I hesitate to clean out my beds. I have been collecting seeds for the first time which is keeping me busy and entertained and I look forward to starting some of them in the new year! All the best, Dorothy

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  1183. Jackie on

    Looking forward to cooling down and enjoying being outdoors more.

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  1184. kelley on

    I always look forward to cooler, less humid days and crisp mornings!!! And Zucchini bread!!! God bless you all.

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  1185. Shannon Harker on

    I love the changing light, the brilliant colors, getting to rest from a long growing season and getting to read more :).

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  1186. Katie on

    I look forward to the cooler weather and apples.

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  1187. Cheryl on

    I am looking forward to crisp clear days filled with autumn colors.

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  1188. Lauren Young on

    I live in NJ and it’s been a hot, wet summer. Fall has been bringing around some fresher air! I just planed my first fall garden (radishes, kale, carrots, beets, snow peas) and am trying bulbs for the first time this year! I have a friend who calls gardening “extremely slow motion performance art” which I love.

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  1189. Sharon on

    I look forward to the cooler weather of Fall and planting tons of salad greens. Fall/Winter is best time for growing a salad here in Southern California!

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  1190. Jamie 🙂 on

    Looking forward to all the fall colors! 🍂🍁🍃 Each season has its own magic.

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  1191. Ami Richins on

    I just started growing a couple daliahs this summer. I love them so much. What wonderful Flowers. I am going to get more for next spring. Mine is deep purple but I don’t know the name of it. I am very interested in growing and caring for them and propagating them. I want many colors and all shapes. They make me smile and I love the daliahs growers on FB. Seeing your gardens makes me smile and dream of these beauties. Happy gardening !

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  1192. Laurel A Nattress on

    I look forward to the fall color and planting spring bulbs, this year it is a selection of all white flowers: daffodils, tulips, and ranunculus. I have been working on a major redesign of my perennial flower bed which has taken all summer. I am rushing to finish before the first frost. I would love a pair of Bogs to work in.

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  1193. Donna Camp on

    In the spring I bought my first pair of garden boots, but they have already cracked in the front at ankle level. Would love a new pair in time for apple picking in N GA! And of course for this wet fall season we are having here in GA. As to what I like about the fall…Is there anything better than the smell of cool wet earth? or the sound of crunchy leaves under foot?

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  1194. Jennie Miller on

    I’m looking forward to expanding my growing space and prepping it for Spring planting, along with all the wonderful things fall brings!

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  1195. Loree on

    Fall is my absolute favorite season here in Nebraska with warm sunshine during the day and cool nights. I love seeing my pumpkins and mums thrive with all our recent rain, and of course I’m planning more tulips, always more tulips! Enjoy this time of year, I feel like nature sends us so many signals to slow down and take a breath and enjoy what God gives us!

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  1196. Stacey on

    This will be my first year planting bulbs so I’m looking forward to planting them and just the nice fall weather.

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  1197. Karly on

    My favorite thing about fall is looking back on all my growing notes and learning from mistakes, and successes, and then planning for next year. And of course planting tulips!

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  1198. Christine Griser on

    I love the end of the season with the garden when fall arrives, but also am sad to see it go. Fall is so magical where I live. It’s been one of my favorite times of the year since I can remember. The changing colors, the crisp air and the smell of apples, bon fires, sweaters and boots! Doesn’t hurt that shades of orange are my favorites. Putting my garden bed to sleep till spring is a sort of closure to all the whirring activities beginning in late winter/early spring. For those of us who have been blessed enough to have a greenhouse, the activities begin much earlier than late winter! I literally could write a book about the joys of fall going into winter. Ok, I am not that much a fan of winter except for that first magical snowfall.

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  1199. Georgeanne Wayman Cape May Lavender on

    Just learned this year that Dahlias exist. Ive planted a few this year, and order a few for next year.. all with the guidance for your blogs, videos, posts, and u tube. So excited to plant a new bed next year just for them. And looking forward to digging up the existing tubers..to see how they have grown. Thank you for all your posts, and positivity!! love all of it!!

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  1200. Martha Tondre on

    Fall is an ah-ha time….last opportunity to enjoy the fading of spring blooms before the gray of winter, to spy the beautiful fall foliage that inspires thoughts of ‘job well done’, and makes one ponder what to do same/different for the coming springtime…and of course…finish well…get out there, even sometimes in less than desirable weather…and tidy up..hence, the need for great footwear…BOGS would be great!

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  1201. Norma on

    I am looking forward to some downtime!

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  1202. LuAnn Mapes on

    I love watching the farmers harvest the crops! Especially the sugar beets, reminds me of my dad and grandpa ☺️
    Also my brothers dog chewed up my boots, really do need a new pair😀🤣

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  1203. Jozette on

    I Love the multitude of changing colors. One of my favorite fall activities, is going to NM and seeing the Balloon Fiesta. Amazing to watch all the balloons go up in the air. And getting my hatch green chili to bring home to WA.

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  1204. Jen fortin on

    I love, love, love the fall colors on the trees. I also love cool nights in front of a bonfire with s’mores and family! These boots sound. amazing! Happy fall ya’ll!

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  1205. Michele Perkins on

    Fall is normally my most favorite time of the year here in Vermont. Being a Vermonter by birth, the foliage season here never disappoints and I love getting out to take iconic photos around the state. Unfortunately, my husband died unexpectedly about 10 days ago and now it seems impossible to enjoy this beautiful scenery. Reading your “story” most every day on IG has been so soothing and for a few minutes, I am transported to your farm and all the gorgeous plants that you are raising. Thank you so much!

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  1206. Rochelle Hudson on

    I’m most looking forward to rest this fall.
    It’s been a very busy spring and summer for me.
    I’ve actually worn my boots out! I’d love to be considered. 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜🌻💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

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  1207. Vaofua Mauigoa on

    I’m looking forward to clearing/organizing my parents yard/flower beds. I’ve been slowly working on it and I’m excited to prep/clean it for spring. Next year their yard/flower beds are going to be bursting with beauty.

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  1208. Alaire on

    I am looking forward to going to the pumpkin patch with my kiddos and carving pumpkins.

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  1209. Sarah Graves on

    I love apple picking at the orchard up the road with my kids and hot cups of herbal tea by the wood stove! Also digging up all my dahlias for next year and planting garlic.

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  1210. Robin on

    The colours of the leaves as they glow above us in a last hurrah of the season foretelling the glory to come in Spring. I’ve always felt like those Spring and Fall are the mose colourful juiciest seasons because they have to give us a dose of happy to tide us through 6 months of leaflessness. One is the strength to get you through the first bit and the other is hope on the horizon that keeps you going and the reward when you make it to the other side. I’m looking forward to the crisp air that tastes fresh, with just an edge of snow. The sound of the leaves beneath my feet. Tucking in thousands of bulbs that hold so much magical potential in their little selves. Cold cheeks and hot drinks.

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  1211. Chelley Brenner on

    I’m looking forward to planting butterfly ranunculus for the first time. A group of Floret Flower Workshop Friends put together one big order. I’m hoping I can prep right and not kill them!

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  1212. Tracy Sellers on

    Oh I so need some BOGS ! I am looking forward to the final harvest of flower seeds, sorting, storing, making notes, and gathering last of the veggies from my garden. I do love a little early eggnog as well ! :)

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  1213. ABIGAIL MILLER on

    I’m looking forward to cleaning and spading our vegetable garden. It’s so satisfying.

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  1214. Jessica Babcock on

    I’m looking forward to winter vegetables—radicchio especially! 💜

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  1215. Ashley Sylvester on

    I’m looking forward to a little break from flower farming :) It’s been a great but tiring first year! Fall brings frost. Amen!

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  1216. sue nyhammer on

    Fall is one of my favorites, cleaning up the old and thinking about the new. In Minnesota we get all sorts of weather this time of year from warm sunny days to cool rainy days. The leaves turn lovely fall colors – it’s a time of year that makes me pause and think. Lots of garden thoughts for upcoming years.
    I am making a new pollinator garden so I have been planting all sorts of plants, moving plants, adding seeds and smiling all the way.
    My zinnias that I planted using Floret seeds are still hanging out with the bees. The bees nestle in at end of the day in the flower heads, like a cozy bed. Its great to be a gardener!

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  1217. Ally on

    Most looking forward to cool weather and baking

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  1218. Crazy Sheila Debban on

    I love all the seasons, but fall is my time to review and rethink the positive and negative things that worked in my garden. I rejoiced this year for the abundance of tomatoes. But not much else’s which was my biggest fail. My canning is almost complete ( I love smelling the fall leaves and knowing that they will soon be worm castings. ) and ready to put the beds to rest for the winter.

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  1219. Alissa Eyre on

    Fall smells amazing and feels so fresh. I look forward to knitting and quilting projects I’m doing for two of my granddaughters, as well as finishing a baby sweater for another one. I look forward to reading more and walking in our woods and pondering what changes I’ll make for next season. I need to get all the dahlias dug and tucked in plastic bins in the basement for winter, which sounds exhausting,but I’m actually looking forward to that, too.

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  1220. amanda pettyashton on

    COOLER WEATHER AND MY DAUGHTER COMING HOME FOR A FAMILY TRIP , THESES BOOTS WOULD BE GREAT FOR MY DAILY ROUTINE SHOVELING THE PIGS PENS CLEANING UP DOG POOPIES MOWING LAWN REGULAR CHORES THANX

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  1221. Monica Bailey on

    I am most looking forward to the Floret Workshops, ordering new bulbs and seeds for next year, pumpkins, oh so many things!

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  1222. Hannah Bonham Blackwell on

    In the fall I love seeing the beds be put to sleep for the winter and the little break before we start planning for the next year – we started calling it “office season” since “off-season” definitely didn’t describe how busy the winter is!

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  1223. Debbie Kellogg on

    The weather is finally cooling in Central CA and the flower garden is looking a little spent. But we are still enjoying the last of the beautiful dahlias and zinnias! Starting to dream about next year’s garden. We receive so many compliments from the cut flowers we harvest.

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  1224. Jillian Gardner on

    I love these boots. We live on 5 acres and my neighbor does, too. He has a cute, golden retriever puppy that loves to come over to my back door and steals our Bogs. We have about 5 pairs, and we have to watch her. She LOVES our boots, and takes at least 1 daily. I think I need a new pair! Thanks for the coupon!

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  1225. Judy Carlson on

    Looking forward to cooler temperatures and watching my fall crops grow!

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  1226. Lorrie Moses on

    The joy of remembering the success of spring / summer’s planting , harvest and beauty and the excitement of planning the the next season’s garden, not to mention any and all things pumpkin related 🤓

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  1227. Hannah on

    I can’t wait for some rain!

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  1228. Summer Belous on

    So excited for cooler temperatures (southern CA) and finally having our landscape design plans complete for our 2 acre property we bought in December. Ready to get started!

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  1229. Eva Klassen on

    I’m looking forward to all the seeds I’m able to collect for next year’s garden. It’s hard to know when I have enough!

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  1230. Angelina on

    I am super excited for my pumpkin harvest this year that has just begun! It was my first year playing around with specialty pumpkins, so it’s been a learning curve for me. Also very excited to order flower and pumpkin seeds for next years!

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  1231. Mallory on

    This fall I’m looking forward to holidays with my family, pumpkins, sunflowers, your seed sale;), and bonfires with friends.

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  1232. Cassi Cotter on

    This autumn season I’m looking forward to personal growth. I love everything about this season. Watching the farm reap the benefits of all their hard work they’ve put in all year is so rewarding. I’ve finally gotten to a place in my life that I can truly appreciate each season and what it has to offer.
    P.S. I’m new here and LOVE your blog and seeing glimpses into your gorgeous flower farm!

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  1233. Angela on

    Definitely looking forward to the cooler weather! Fall colors, hot chocolate and tea, flannel and sitting by the fire at night…so many things to love about the Fall!

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  1234. Christian Reger on

    Fall is my favorite time of year here in Virginia! As a Pastors wife I have taken to gardening not just for pleasure but to feed my family! I hope to wear “boots” to walk through fall harvesting and one day gather as many flowers and pumpkins as you all! Happy harvest time!

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  1235. Susan Bonasers on

    Ah, lov, love Fall. October is my birthday month. The cool and drizzly weather makes me so happy. Love the clean up time in the garden, the planting of bulbs for spring surprises. Hot tea and a warm fire. Cheers!

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  1236. Shana Hackworth on

    In fall I am looking forward to some wetness in California, where we have had a very dry spring and summer!

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  1237. Gerry Sjoblom on

    These would work great in MN! I’ve been having fun dividing and moving plants around this fall.

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  1238. Jean S on

    Here in Michigan I am looking forward to cooler weather and hoping the nice temps last until December. Love the Fall colors. Appreciating the change of seasons.

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  1239. Cheryl Stripling on

    I absolutely love driving through fall foilage, lighting a nice warm scented candle and bonfires with my family. I absolutely love cracking the windows letting the cool breeze in , letting all the hustle of summer heat slowly mix with the cozy cuddle breeze of the season.
    Also, pulling boots out and wearing leggings for months is a plus:)

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  1240. Ivy buchanan on

    I’m excited this fall for my two year old Isabella to play in the leaves and taking her on her first trip to a pumpkin patch

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  1241. Ivy buchanan on

    I’m excited this fall for my two year old Isabella to play in the leaves.

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  1242. MK Wills on

    I look forward to Halloween decorating with chrysanthemums and dahlias and the last of the amazing Floret Zinnias blooming in my back yard! Would love some bogs for the dewy mornings!!!

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  1243. Hannah Joy on

    I am most looking forward to starting the woodstove and curling up with a cup of tea and a good book! But first, the garden has to be tended!

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  1244. Alyssa on

    After three months of 90-100+ heat, I am looking forward to the cooler weather that fall brings!

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  1245. Julie Gosen on

    I look most forward to my maple trees turning bright red, s’mores and fall clean up! Tucking everything in for a long, MN nap just closes out fall in an organic way for me.

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  1246. Laura on

    I hope we have enough rain this year to warrant the new Bogs boots I’m going to win! haha Thank you!

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  1247. Mekha Sreedharan on

    Im a beginner into flower farming and just have my patio and small yard to try. Im just grateful that I stumbled on you and learn from you as I progress in my flower journey. So excited !!

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  1248. india perry on

    I am looking forward to my very first true fall in almost a decade, and the colors and the way the like is changing is a balm for my soul. Planting a bulb garden and taking photos of the amazing patterns of Outside is profoundly comforting.

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  1249. Amy on

    I’m most looking forward to our annual visit to Ebert’s Nursery and getting “fancy” pumpkins with my husband and kids (5 and 3). Creating memories…

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  1250. Julia on

    I’m looking forward to planting garlic, putting the rest of my garden to bed, and cooler PNW temps!

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  1251. Silvia D McClung on

    what you’re most looking forward to this fall…..
    Winning a pair of boots:)

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  1252. Paula Lackie on

    Hi Erin and team!
    I literally “woohoo’ed” out loud when I read about this incredible chance to win a pair of Bogs Boots!! I live in Michigan and we get LOTS of snow/ rain, which means LOTS of sloppy, messy, wet yards and sidewalks. I have balance problems so slipping, sliding and falling are every day issues and concerns. Oi!

    You asked what we’re looking most forward to this Fall, but girl, I just loooove being outside. Whether I’m prepping my garden and preparing for the next season, digging up bulbs for winter storage, planting new bulbs for next year, putzing around, pulling weeds, raising butterflies, planting, pruning, walking my therapy dog or simply just sitting and enjoying the sounds of nature, there’s no better place to be than outside.

    Thus, a good pair of boots are essential. Ones that provide extra security, traction, steadiness and confidence. Anything to help me from kissing the ground is immensely helpful. 👍

    I may have written too much, but I wanted you to have a peek into my life. We all face different challenges. We all have days that are better than others, but, regardless of our highs and lows, each day is a gift to be treasured.

    Thank you, Erin, and Bogs, for the opportunity to win! Make it a great day and an even better week!

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  1253. Rachel Bell on

    This fall , I’m actually looking forward to prepping for my first real garden. I’ve had beds and pots but never what I considered a real garden. On my other open tabs are the layout plans and helps for my 2022 garden!

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  1254. Angela on

    A pair of warm and great-fitting Bog boots would be amazing for fall gardening! 🧡🌻🍁

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  1255. Katrina Hastings on

    I am excited to plant garlic and bulbs that will come up next spring and summer! Would love to win a pair of boots <3

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  1256. Jennifer Logan on

    You’re an inspiration Erin. I’m just getting started on my flower and gsrfen journey and I’m learning tons of things from you. Winning a pair of noots from this boot giveaway would be icing on the cake! I just trashed my last pair of rubber boots…my 13 week old Jack Russell just chewed the toes off!

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  1257. Tracy on

    I’m looking forward to collecting my dahlia seeds and thinning out my calla lily bulbs (they’re too crowded).. And preparing my raised beds to overwinter.. 😊

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  1258. Susan Kimball on

    I love Bogs boots! I would love a pair of low cut pull on Big boots! Either rain winter boots!

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  1259. Andrea on

    Fun!! This is so exciting!! If three favorite things isn’t too many to share: Our Autumn here in the Tetons has been stunning; so many colors!! Second, our family’s little Sunflower Forest has kept me in an ear-to-ear grin for the past few weeks! And three, in a few days, to help add to the theme of color, I should start to receive my spring bulb order! Yah!! I am looking so forward to putting in about 400 bulbs, through long anticipation all winter, to see their beautiful faces come out in June😄

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  1260. Kristi Moore on

    This is my second year for Fall gardening and my first year for starting my own flower seedlings! So much to love and learn!

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  1261. Sheri on

    This is my first year growing cut flowers and it’s been such a joy. My plan is to expand what I’ve learned and incorporate so much more into my cut flower garden.

    I love having a house full of fresh beautiful flowers a plenty to share with others But I’ve noticed the need for certain items I didn’t realize would be important. A pair of good boots being among my top three and unfortunately I’ve yet to find a “good” pair. I’d sure love to try a pair of Bogs and see if they fit my needs.

    Love your blog, seeds and the impact you and your team are making.

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  1262. Kat Chau on

    This year I’m excited for my ten month old son to experience Fall for the first time. Halloween, beautiful New England foliage and apple picking are some of the things I’m looking forward to experiencing with him.

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  1263. Kristen B. on

    I am looking forward to the change in seasons. I live in the Northeast so this time of year brings about many beautiful changes to the landscape and it is honestly one of my favorite times of the year. I am looking forward to sitting outside with my family under a cozy blanket by a warm firepit and just enjoying those quiet moments.

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  1264. Tracy McGee on

    I am actually most looking forward to attending the Homesteaders of America Conference in a few days!!!!

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  1265. Denyse Horsburgh on

    I’ve been growing dahlias for about 15 years. My daughter just recently introduced me to Floret and I have learned so much! Your breeding fields are amazing! Thank you for sharing and inspiring me. I have never collected dahlia seeds and look forward to trying my hand at it this fall.

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  1266. Deanna Johnson on

    Fall here in northwest Illinois brings with it many of my favorite things ! The changing colors of the leaves on the trees, corn harvest, hayrides, trips to the pumpkin patch and apple orchard, wearing warm sweaters, and eating all of those hearty comfort foods that we haven’t eaten all summer are all happening !

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  1267. Kim Logan on

    I have really enjoyed my cut flower garden I grew from Floret seeds. The plants produced an abundance of blossoms that added to every bouquet I created. I’m looking forward to tidying up and expanding the beds for even more beauty next year.

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  1268. Denyse Horsburgh on

    I’ve been growing dahlias for about 15 years. My daughter just recently introduced me to Floret and I have learned so much! Your breeding fields are amazing! Thank you for sharing and inspiring me.

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  1269. Aubrey Varner on

    What I’m looking forward to the most this fall is having my boyfriend’s 96-year old Grandpa dig up some of his prized peony roots to share with me to plant so that I can start a peony garden of my own. He has three different kinds and I’m most excited for the sheer fact he will insist on doing it all himself- even at his age and it will fill my heart with so much love just to watch. I love knowing once established, we will have these peonies for years and years to come and I’ll always think of him, that memory, our first fall in our new home, my first year doing a cut flower garden.

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  1270. Nancy R. on

    It was my first experience this summer planting dahlias and I still enjoy their beautiful flowers. I hope to be able to store the bulbs thru winter with your precious hints and plant them again next summer or give some to my friends as a gift!

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  1271. Nancy Pelky on

    Fall is my favorite season. We have been lucky here in northern Michigan with the nice weather extending so far! We are able to get more of our chores done and soil ready for spring! Looking forward to sipping some pumpkin latte and going over the whirlwind of spring/summer 2021! What to repeat what to delete! Cheers

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  1272. Jody on

    I like the fall gardening season because my yard takes on a new look, less of a jungle. It is nice to wander through and see the bones and imagine how I will plant it out next year. Hoping that a lot of rain comes to Northern CA maybe a wonderful pair of rain boots would bring it on 🥰

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  1273. Katie Colson on

    I’m looking forward to the Floret Workshop this fall! 😍 I’ve been counting Sm down the days since I found out about it this spring!

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  1274. Betsy on

    Oh yes, boots are essential in our part of the world. Thanks for your lovely blog and generosity Erin. 🥰

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  1275. Liz on

    I’m looking forward to honey crisp apples dipped in warm Carmel, and the brisk fall breeze on my face.

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  1276. Rebecca ☀️ on

    What a fun giveaway! Mostly I’m excited to watch the season change with color. The smell of the autumn air and the morning fog is just so magical. Tucking away the gardens feels rewarding this year.

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  1277. Laura Z. on

    As a working flower farmer I’m looking forward to a slight slowdown in flower production to give time for planting for spring! I just got fifteen flats of plugs that need to go in the ground soon snd I can’t wait to get planting. The cooler weather makes work so much more pleasant, too.

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  1278. Rebecca Sapolsky on

    I’m loving all my dahlias in full bloom and waiting on my first-time Chrysanthemum to bloom!

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  1279. sara roeder on

    I can’t wait for rain here in northern CA!! 🙌🏼

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  1280. Lisa Richey on

    While I am a Summer girl at heart, the Fall has charms that soften its exit. Brilliant colorful leaves signal that it is time to enacted our tradition of collecting, dipping in wax, and creating beautiful wreaths. Our children love the whole process and are proud of the beauty we repurpose. Home grown pumpkins are also proudly displayed . . . and then carved. Heirloom mums! Warm, spicy drinks to comfort when the outdoors is not inviting. And finally, routine and structure that the summer months didn’t require is greeted with great appreciation.

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  1281. Jennifer Henson on

    I am most looking forward to the reset; for our farm animals, for our garden and our perennials, but more so for the ideas we have set aside for our farm. We can work on goals and plans while things get ready to sleep for the winter.

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  1282. Rachael Kelly on

    I live outdoors whenever I can in Wisconsin. I work as a Clinical lab scientist in the basement of a hospital where we don’t have windows. Hence, spending every moment outside when I’m off which not much lately with all that is happening. We have a mini farm with chickens ducks occasionally turkeys and fiber pet sheep. We also take care of my parents 6 horses next door. And a huge garden as part of the farm. I’ve made my patients and friends so happy with the flower this year! 🌻 So a new pair of boots would be great! And my birthday is October 12th so I felt inspired to blog for boots sake! :) ❤️🌱

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  1283. Marcus Donner on

    At the beginning of fall I love the mix of fall color on the trees with the dahlias, mums, and begonias still flowering in the garden. It’s a wonderful season in the garden.

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  1284. kelly on

    thank-you so much for the opportunity… they will be great for keeping my feet dry and fending off the snakes !
    have an amazing day :)

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  1285. Patty on

    I can’t wait to build a cattle greenhouse. The wood should have arrived last week. I can’t wait to get it built, design the inside and get started. Boy, do I need new pair of bogs! Mine are 12 years old, the neoprene has small holes, and you can’t tell what color they used to be (used to be polka dotted because I have child size feet). They are hard to find around where I live. I bought them to go to the Chesapeake and they’re the best ever for cold Colorado winters.

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  1286. Amy on

    I love when seasons change, and finding the beauty each one has to offer!

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  1287. Lacey S on

    A few months back I moved into a new home with 5 acres of land. It’s not a lot, but I’ve never had any appreciable land and there has been much work required to get it back into working order. I am looking forward to cooler weather and some rain to force my husband and I to spend a little time relaxing inside!

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  1288. Shauna Gilbert on

    I am loving the cooler crisp cool mornings and mid 70’s days here in Montana. The Fall foliage is spectacular and the Farmer’s Market bounty of flowers, apples, pears , brussel sprouts–I could go on and on!! Winter is just around the corner and could really use a pair of Bogs. 💕

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  1289. Pam Jacobs on

    I am most looking forward to slowing down and taking a break from the constant going. Cant wait for the fall workshop and to continue learning. I started my flower garden because of you and add something new each year. Thank you for sharing with us. I am also looking forward to more baking and cooking.

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  1290. Paula on

    Looking forward to getting into the back of our 70 acres and harvesting seeds with my five girls. Seeing their joy and watching them learn about nature and growth (and death) is a gift nature gives us every fall.

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  1291. Lori Johnson on

    Looking forward to fall color. Crisp blue skies with racing white clouds. Orange pumpkins against the bright red and yellow changing trees. Silvery morning dew sparkling on the dark green grass. When you breathe deep, you smell the purple mums.

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  1292. Kerry Besancon on

    Even though I will be sad to see my gorgeous dahlias come to an end when the first frost hits, I’m looking forward to digging up the tubers and seeing how big they have grown! I am planning on expanding my flower beds next spring and am hoping to have lots of tubers to put in. I am in Massachusetts and we have had a very wet summer and fall – some new Bog boots would be great for working in my sometimes swampy backyard! :-)

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  1293. Brenda Lacaire on

    How lucky would I be to win a pair of boots! The ones I have are tired! Fall chores – dig up dahlias and get them ready to store is top on the list – I learned a lot about dahlias from my Discovering Dahlias book and my mother and I had the best dahlia crop ever. And then there is the rest of the garden to get ready for winter and fall plantings that I have to get done.
    Thank you.

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  1294. Dayana on

    Fall, my favorite season! Here in Missouri the weather is perfect now, looking forward to plant some tulips and crocuses, I will add some more color to the mums collection and of course decorate my garden with different shapes of pumpkins that we planted this year, and to complete all this for sure I will need a cup of pumpkin spice latte! Fall is perfect 😁

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  1295. Sara Doman on

    In our HOT, HOT summers in Mississippi the fall and winter are great times to get lots of big chores done. However, we have VERY wet winters. A pair of Bogs would make these chores so much better!

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  1296. Rayanne Schuler on

    This fall, I am looking forward to finish cutting and giving away lots of flowers, especially my dahlias ! I planted 27 dahlias from my divisions of 9 dahlias this year, all inspired from Erins books and mini courses. I’m looking forward to preparing another garden bed into more dahlias, with the thought of possibly tring my hand at breeding next year. I am taking flowers to our Meals on Wheels folks and the elderly at some of the homes in town. I’m anxious to dig my dahlias this fall to see how big the tubers have gotten and will share those with others to get them excited about growing dahlias!

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  1297. Julie on

    Pumpkin pie!! Give me all the pumpkin pie / pumpkin spice everything yum. Happy Fall y’all 🍁

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  1298. Cathy MacNeal on

    Last week I took out a raspberry bed and am getting ready to plant a small cutting garden! I’ll do this in addition to caring for my 800 lavender plants at Lavender Hill Farm – lots to do this fall. Bogs boots would be fantastic.

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  1299. Martha P. M. on

    What great boots you have! All us gardeners could use a pair of those!! I could surely put them to work in my garden!! Lots of Fall chores to do to get ready for Winter….finally having nice weather to work hard and get it done!

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  1300. Karen Bass on

    I’m looking forward to making lots of warm hearty soups and sitting by the fire.

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  1301. Denise Cummings on

    This fall I am enjoying the closing of a great summer, readying for next year and the dreams of future gardens.

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  1302. Susan Gordon on

    Blessings all who love flowers and dirt! I am looking forward to the amazing fall colors, cool weather, an end of a very difficult gardening season and having time to plan for next year!

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  1303. SC on

    This Fall I can’t wait to use what I learned during this growing season and apply it to next year!

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  1304. Sue Lepsch on

    So welcome are those cool crisp mornings, that invite me into the garden to remember the bounty of goodness of the past summer, as I tidy the beds where everything will take a long nap.

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  1305. Elizabeth Van Emst on

    I’m looking forward to a visit from my mother who lives in another state. With the pandemic, we’ve only been able to connect one other time this last year snd a half. So we are taking my children on a fun trip that was postponed since March 2020 and making some fun, new, multigenerational memories!

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  1306. Katie Redhair on

    This fall, I’m looking forward to the refreshing sense of calm as things slow down for me with the season’s change.

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  1307. Katrina Peebles on

    I am excited about this fall because I am planting my first cutting garden in my backyard inspired by Floret Farm! Thank you for sharing your knowledge! And thank you for the opportunity to win a pair of those fabulous boots!

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  1308. MJ Agles on

    It seems my soul senses the seasons change before it is visibly evident. In reading nature’s call it stirs a period of takedown & cleanup, repotting & bringing indoor plants inside, less watering, and best of all having the canning season end. My mind wanders to sitting out by the fire, beautifully brilliant leaves dancing with the swirling wind, evening walks kicking through crunchy fallen leaves, & baking! It is my quiet time of creativity with too many medium’s and when the knitting needles come out. It is a glorious time of the year.

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  1309. Abigail Hight on

    This fall, I am looking forward to getting some new peony varieties tucked in and planting my bulbs in my newly re-designed garden! I even used the bed size and configuration recommended in your book, and did a soil test and amended my soil…

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  1310. Kassidy Swords on

    Hi!! I’m so excited to be starting my very first garden. I know there will be some failures and success so I’m very excited to learn from all of them!

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  1311. Mindy Victor on

    My grandchildren live in states that don’t really have seasons – Alabama and California. I am REALLY looking forward to their visit back home in Ohio this fall. I can’t wait to take the ferry to the pumpkin patch, munch our way through a bag of our favorite apple fritters, then head back to our farm to check out the different color leaves. Sassafras are my fav! Blue jeans, sweatshirts, and hiking boot weather, here we come!

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  1312. Sonia Covarrubias on

    I love how lovely are you to share many things with us ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  1313. Casie Madsen on

    I’m looking forward to cooler nights and our wood stove, making warm drinks for my family, and tackling inside projects after the garden is put to bed for the year.

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  1314. Joanie Raiford on

    I am so excited to be coming to the end of my Master Gardener Volunteer training, October 27th. At the end, we all choose where our volunteer hours will be applied. I am hoping to be selected for the Urban Garden in our city. It is such an awesome place. The learning never stops, it has only just begun. With luck, this will lead to helping the school vegetable garden projects about town, and building a combined vegetable floral one for myself. So excited!

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  1315. Amanda Koch on

    This fall I am most looking forward to spending time outdoors with my children. We love hiking, splashing in our creek and just exploring the outdoors…. Bogs are our ABSOLUTE FAVORITE boots to wear on our homestead! Thank you for the giveaway and discount! 👏🏻

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  1316. Kristey Allen on

    I am looking forward to the crisp mornings and all the fall flowers.

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  1317. Mignon on

    This summer has been an extremely wet one so what I’m most looking forward to this fall is getting my beds in shape meaning adding more soil and mulch to prepare for the coming spring season, and possibly getting another growth from seedlings of a zinnia packet-according to my zone it may still have time to produce. Also the anticipation of the changing of the seasons is something I always look forward to with fall in the air, I feel a new inspiration to carry on with the change and decorating for the holidays, cooking and being with family. Definitely inspired by Erin, and looking forward to the spring with some new plantings and digging in the dirt is what I do.

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  1318. melissa reese on

    Looking forward to getting our new crop of 800 tulip bulbs in the ground and nights around the campfire.

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  1319. Heather Powers on

    I’m looking forward to the mosquitoes going away so I can get back to enjoying outside and closing up my garden, lol. We’re upgrading the garden to add Iris and Roses into it along with the vegetables. And focusing on some family time. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  1320. Claire Page on

    What Im looking for this fall- travel to see my new nephew, crisp mornings and rosy cheeks.

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  1321. Melinda Puljic on

    Fall is my favorite season and here on Nantucket many flowers are still blooming. My dahlias are loving the extra rain we’ve been getting and they look amazing, A few things I am looking forward to are: a quieter pace, the changing landscape and family scalloping season! I love my bogs neoclassic tall boots and I wear them everyday!

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  1322. Kris Warner on

    Love the fall colors of the woods in our area

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  1323. Michelle Cann on

    I just love the fall for its cool weather and the rejuvenation time. I’m preparing new flower beds and already dreaming for what 2022 will bring. Florets is such an inspiration!

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  1324. Carrie Nilsson on

    Cheers to the Floret team! Not only do you provide plant candy inspiring us to grow and arrange masterpieces but the team provides the free education to set us up to succeed. Thank you!

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  1325. Debbie Uhler on

    Crisp mornings with so many beautiful colors outside and fresh baked goods inside!

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  1326. Lori on

    The crisp Fall mornings as the sun rises are the best. Apples, pumpkins, fires…

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  1327. Helen Kuznik on

    I’m excited about learning more about starting a cutting garden of my own and have Floret Flowers to thank for the inspiration,

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  1328. Rachel Hill on

    Apple picking.. it’s always apple picking; which leads to apple crisp, caramel apple cake, and apple pie!

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  1329. Brandy Sherron on

    I am excited to order seeds and continue learning about cut flower gardening

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  1330. Michelle Fewel on

    My garden is my happy place and this fall I’ve had a lot of fun seeing what my garden has been able to produce from heirloom Sunflowers, Dahlias from seed, Zinnias, Rudbeckia Avocados and Basil to name a few of my favorites. It takes a lot of hard work but every moment spent in the garden better equips me in my lifelong pursuit of gardening. I am currently prepping for fall planting and I’m excited to get my ranunculus corms in the ground! It will be my first time with these babies and I’m so excited to see how they do!

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  1331. Beth on

    Planting bulbs and picking pumpkins!

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  1332. Abi Curtis on

    I’m excited for ordering all the seeds and tubers for my first year growing cut flowers! So many decisions – and I know I can’t grow them all.

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  1333. Joelle on

    I’m so excited to plant all my bulbs this fall! It’s my first time, and I couldn’t be more giddy about getting them and putting them in the ground.

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  1334. Dawnette on

    Have tried Mucks and eXtra Toughs, would love to see for myself how Bogs hold up!

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  1335. Kristin on

    So ready for the cool breeze, the smell of the leaves and being able to have cookouts over the fire pit and sitting around the fire visiting with friends and family.
    A pair of Boggs would be a big help around the farm this fall and winter to keep my always cold feet dry as I go out in the morning to do all the chores !!

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  1336. roseann ferguson on

    Apples, pumpkins, the cool crisp air, leaves on the ground. The beauty in the changing colors…..and layering up for the cooler weather.

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  1337. Kim Johnson on

    This fall I am most looking forward to planning my new (giant) cutting garden at my new property! Getting out my sketch pad and all of your books to help me plan!

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  1338. sarah on

    I am a newbie and trying to learn from the experts. I just got my hoop house delivery and can’t wait to set it up this week. I love fall, family, autumn colors, flowers, nature, chickens, and my new found website and book!! :)

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  1339. Janell H. on

    I love the chill to the air and the cool nights and mornings. Having a fire in the fireplace for the first time of the season is very special.

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  1340. Yvonne Sternadel on

    The weather is finally something to look forward too, here in Texas… Love your work!!

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  1341. Debbie Arena on

    I am sooooo excited about the boots weather!!! After a car accident a few years ago, I can’t wear tennis shoes, but I can wear boots. so I wear garden boots to work in the yard & in my workshop!! I am learning how to garden to grow flowers in memory of my mom so we are working to create a beautiful garden!

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  1342. Amy on

    I love all things fall! The beautiful colors of the changing leaves, cool mornings, hoodies, pumpkins & the excitement of planning my garden for next season!

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  1343. Leigh Anne Ryals on

    Fall is my favorite season. There are so many things to love about it. Long walks on foggy mornings and crisp fall days. Brightly colored leaves. Apples and apple picking, pumpkin patches, fire pits and drinking hot chocolate. Fall produce and crock pot cooking. Snuggling under the blanket and watching spooky movies. And of course, boots, scarves and hoodies.

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  1344. Linda on

    I’m looking forward to the foliage, picking pumpkins , apples and drinking hot apple cider.

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  1345. Leah Bauer on

    I have a new puppy so this fall I’m enjoying training her in the cooler temps!

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  1346. Holly Roybal on

    I am looking forward to riding to the NC mountains this weekend and seeing the fall leaves!!

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  1347. Whitney on

    Fall traditions like going to our local pumpkin patch with the family and having a bonfire or two as the nights cool off!

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  1348. JS on

    I am really looking forward to a hayride with my kids!

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  1349. Cathy Diggon on

    Fall is my favorite time of year. I love walking on the nearby trails with all the leaves changing colour. The smell of comfort foods that come with fall, warm apple pie, soups ad Canadian Thanksgiving dinner. Most of all the I love my garden at this time of year. My dahlias and zinnias are abundant with colour. I am slowing
    putting the rest of my garden to bed and starting to make notes for next year.

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  1350. Wendy on

    Most looking forward to fall gardening here in Texas- cool mornings for leafy greens and all the brassicas a girl could eat!

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  1351. Michelle howells on

    Fall is a beautiful time of year Fresh crisp mornings with beautiful warm sunny afternoons Birds are migrating everything is preparing for winter .The wind blowing beautiful coloured leaves that we can walk through and enjoy the warmth of the season. It is a quiet time as joys of summer passing through to new season .

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  1352. Amy Hendrickson on

    Whew! We are rounding the corner as our wedding season is slowing down and the garden flowers begin to bow their heads. We welcome the cooler weather here in Northern Michigan and love the change of seasons. Not only do the leaves change here but so do we. We change out the garden tools and move in the tractors. The morning coffee is in front of the next flower catalog vs. tittering on the side of a garden cart. The classic tomato sandwich turns into yummy hot roast beef , and we switch out our boots to a taller version of the last . That’s fall on our family homestead here, in our little piece of heaven. We couldn’t be more grateful.

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  1353. Lillian Phelps on

    I am looking forward to cooler temperatures and pretty much anything pumpkin spice!

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  1354. Emily Harris on

    Looking forward to fall hikes — and cider apple donuts!

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  1355. Natalie adams on

    Fall is my favorite of all the seasons ! The cooler air and early evenings , the sitting out next to a fire with the kiddos and watching the last blooms change to seeds in the flower patch. Some of my favorite things are closing down the garden for the year and prepping for the next years possibility’s . The fall signals for me to start dreaming of what’s to come and what we can accomplish ❤️ But #BOGS helps me get there !

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  1356. Liz Hugo on

    The thing I’m looking forward to most this fall is going apple picking. Getting pumpkins to decorate watching the leaves turn is also up there. I also like the fall cleanup: getting rid of the brown and thinking about what I learned this growing season.

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  1357. Nermin Hana Karas on

    I am looking forward to the fall mini course, so excited to see how you will show us how to store dahlias.

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  1358. Amy Brown on

    🍁 Most of all putting my flowers to bed, making notes and dreaming of the next season as leaves fall. It’s a special time to reevaluate all those wonderful blooms and say goodbye till the next year. 🍂 There is always so much wet grass, mud, tall grass and those #BOGS would be LOVED 👢Happy Fall!

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  1359. Danielle Holterman on

    I love planting in Fall! Although I am worn from the long season, planting seedlings and getting seeds into the ground gives me that extra boost and keeps me looking forward to what’s ahead for the upcoming spring.

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  1360. Abby Meier on

    One of my favorite lines is “everything is figureoutable”. Fall is the season for me, that embodies that phrase the most. It is literally the slowing down of nature. What better time is there to reflect, than when things are calm, quiet, and slow(er) 😉. I look forward to taking time this Fall to take stock of all that has happened and begin planning all that I hope for in 2022. I’ll spend time trying to better understand and learn from what didn’t work and build on what did work. My favorite time to do this, is a crisp Fall morning in my garden, with a big cup of coffee in my hand. You know that moment when you can see the steam spilling over the sides of the mug. There is something meditative and inspiring about that moment. Here’s to a great Fall ❤️!!!

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  1361. Renee on

    Thank you for sharing all of your knowledge and the beautiful photos. I am making plans over this coming months so I can also have a fabulous cutting garden!

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  1362. Joy Woodward on

    I love all things fall, the beautiful changing colours of the forests, the shorter days, the crisp autumn air, the bountiful harvest, seed collecting, Dahlia arranging, it’s all good.

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  1363. Kathy on

    Looking forward to seeing if my experiment with cool flowers pans out! I planted a half-row of Larkspur in mid-September. I am hoping that I see it sprout and survive the fall/winter so that I can see its spectacular blooms come spring.

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  1364. Robin on

    Fall is my favorite time of year. The crowds have gone and of course Fresh air, a blanket and hot apple cider. I look forward to your workshops and learn to care and store my tubers for the winter.

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  1365. kelley spiller on

    After my first growing season as a flower seller, I am looking forward to using my profits towards adding a new flower bed to our yard. I am giddy with excitement as I put my current beds to rest and plan for the next growing season!

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  1366. Brittany Pondelek on

    I look forward to the smell of the leaves, vibrant colors of the trees, and wearing cozy sweatshirts!

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  1367. Amy Blair on

    Pumpkin Spice..but in moderation of course! All the fall hues!…I’ve seen it every year for 56 years and I am still amazed at the colors and vivid displays that mother nature gives us! Oh!..and what about the pumpkins and gourds..such amazing tones!! We have a beautiful country-I’m near Vt. In New England. Thank you for giving us so much beauty to add to it !

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  1368. Cindy Hauser on

    Fall is my favorite time of the year! The turning of leaves, crisp mornings, coffee on the patio, windows wide open and the wonderful pumpkin, squash and apple delights! Harvesting the garden produce daily and sharing with family and friends. The roses that continue to bloom and finally get to provide a perfect backdrop to the hardy mums that explode with color, giving the bees one more thing to work on before snow. I wish this season lasted longer!

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  1369. Robyn on

    I love the bold colors of the fall trees and sitting around campfires on cool nights!!

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  1370. Sarah Austin on

    I’m looking forward to seeing how much my Dahlia bulbs have multiplied!!

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  1371. Randy on

    Fall is a magical time to get the apiary ready for winter, feeding the worker bees and collecting a little Goldenrod honey. Dreaming and planning for next spring – what and where to plant my cutting flowers!

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  1372. Heather Nice on

    I’m most looking forward to cool nights, sleeping with heavy blankets and the windows open, warm fires, and spiced cider…

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  1373. Debra on

    Your flowers always brighten my day. I look forward to all of your posts. If only I lived closer!!

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  1374. Theresa on

    I just love watching all your posts! You and your team are amazing! Thank you for giving me the insight of your dream.

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  1375. Marci on

    I love the fall gardens and look forward to cooler weather. Beauty abounds.

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  1376. Sarah Mcshannon on

    Looking forward to bright mums in my front porch urns and chili in the crockpot.

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  1377. Jeanie on

    I’m looking forward to cool, crisp air.

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  1378. Annie on

    I am most excited for cozy days; roast in the crockpot, big comfy sweatshirt while headed out to visit my husband in the combine while he’s working in the field.

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  1379. Lisa on

    I love learning from you, your knowledge helps me to continue to strive to have a beautiful cut garden. Thank you so much, Lisa

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  1380. Maureen Walsh on

    I bought my first home in Sept and I’m so excited to work in my garden! I can’t wait to get going on the video series to learn !!!

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  1381. Kristin O'Rourke on

    I’m excited to start sowing hardy annuals at our new farm!!!

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  1382. Elaine on

    I’m getting ready to put my first big garden away for the season. It’s wet out there since we’ve been getting lots of rain in New York. Boots are a must!

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  1383. Donna Strawser on

    During the fall, I look forward to putting my garden beds to rest. The weather here in Maine is spectacular and our town hosts a pumpkin fest. The winning pumpkin this week weighed 2 212 pounds! After the gardens are tucked in, I can begin my sewing spree!

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  1384. Marge Stokstad on

    Although I will miss being outside so much, fall is a nice transition to wind down. I will start digging out gladiolus and dahlias soon and putting out goat manure. Dad recently moved to heaven, so I retired from my school job to be chief caregiver in my home for mom. She is a retail queen and has been a helpful addition at the veggie stand and with the goats. She ok’s my bouquets!

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  1385. Kerry on

    The colors, the scents, and the feeling of another season winding down into sweaters, soups and seed saving. Nothing could be better than fall in New England!

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  1386. Samantha Placido on

    I’m looking forward to planting tulip bulbs and crocus bulbs. This past fall we decided to rearrange our garden plot to be more flower cutting with some veggies. In addition I look forward to the mini fall coarse since I struggle with knowing what to do to prep the soil for next year. Also I’m looking forward to all the great food and hot chocolate I will be drinking during the winter months and spending time with family and friends

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  1387. Debra Williams on

    Love this time of year! Fall means boot, sweaters and snuggling in with books! Planting tulips too! 🍁🌷🍂

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  1388. Charlotte Merritt on

    I am looking forward to work slowing down at our farm business, and getting to spend more time with family and in my home garden.

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  1389. Twyla Rohde on

    I love fall. Spring is my favorite season, but fall is a close second. I’m looking forward to some big changes that will usher in new beginnings this fall. First steps toward living a dream.

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  1390. Judy Olson on

    I am looking forward to the leaves on the trees turning color and dreaming of the spring flowers that will bloom from the bulbs being planted now.

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  1391. Debbie S. on

    Fall – My favorite time of the year. Cooler weather, fresh air, beautiful colors, wind in the air. Maybe out of the norm in that I like finishing things up as much as I like starting them. I like pulling things up, trimming things down, getting ready to learn how to dig the dahlia tubulers up, getting the soil ready again by digging in some beans or pea leaves, or adding them to the compost, moving some perennials around, envisioning what next years garden will look like. Finishing things up a bit. Out here the irrigation water gets turned off Oct. 5 so that’s basically it, except for what amt. of water I can haul to my community garden for the new crop of peas already developed. Otherwise nature does the watering for me. The Swiss chard, and kale for the smoothies and chips seem to do better in the fall too. Fall is my favorite time of the year, always makes me happy when I’m outside in the garden with a bit of solitude, or going for a walk at this time of the year. Those boots sound good.

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  1392. Fran on

    Here in the great Central Valley of Ca. Fall is a time to dig in and work out what winter crops to plant! Love your blog and web page. Found you on Discovery plus and was totally amazed your flower farm is a dream. Need some wonderful boots for my tooties!

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  1393. Nicole Dorway on

    Fall is the most amazing time of the year! The cooler mornings, a bit of warm sunshine, the gorgeous rainbow of leaves, sweaters, boots (yay Bogs!), hearty soups, and baseball playoffs. Bring it on!

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  1394. Sherry aka Grammy on

    Finally guys, we too are enjoying some cool morning temps down here in San Antonio. A good cup of coffee and a brisk morning walk never felt so good!
    As for plans this fall, I will eagerly be pouring over, taking notes, planning, ooohing, and ahhing over the phenomenal photography and all the treasure trove of knowledge written on the pages of these three gorgeous books I have just received from Floret. Truly amazing y’all…now let’s go play in the yard!

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  1395. Sarah Stephenson on

    I am most looking forward to a shift in temperature here in CA- watching all the leaves change colors. God willing some cooler weather with some rain! And a chance to get my soil ready for the floral magic that is about to happen! Sent in soil samples to get the right amendments I need to add to make sure it is the healthiest environment it can be… Fall colors are my favorite colors on the color wheel!

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  1396. Christel Culberson on

    I’m looking forward to finally being able to be back inside our local ice arena again watching our youngest play hockey.

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  1397. June Freize on

    I love Fall with all the changing colors in the foliage, aromas in the air and my dahlias really seem to come alive when our temps begin to drop! I also enjoy growing chard, kale and other greens during this season!

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  1398. Cambree Clare on

    I love the change of pace once Fall really sets in and after the first frost. It’s a great reprieve from a busy summer!

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  1399. Roberta Schmidt on

    I am looking forward to cooler weather! I love the changing of the leaf colors, crisp Autumn air, and the end of very long hot spells!

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  1400. Elizabeth Binks on

    This fall, I’m most looking forward to our second annual family fall festival!

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  1401. Kristin Teske on

    Sign me up!!! My Hunters are OLD and the left one leaks!

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  1402. Ashley Hall on

    I’m looking forward to my fall garden full of healthy greens! And cooler temperatures, I’m so over the summer heat!

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  1403. Dawn Keig on

    The long shadows – the light just changes up here in the Inland NW in the fall!

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  1404. Krista Barrows on

    I love the cool, crisp mornings and evenings of fall!

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