Put in a Fire Pit
Plant Fall Veggies
Get a Patio Heater
Don't let 50-degree temps force you indoors. A patio heater makes sitting outside on a chilly fall evening not only possible but comfortable too. Whether you want propane or electric, tabletop or stand-alone, you can find a patio heater that will fit your needs and let you enjoy your outdoor spaces until the extreme cold sets in.
Create an Outdoor Room
An outdoor room can make or break the time you spend outside in autumn. Install a pergola or patio and fill it with comfortable furnishings, and you'll have a hard time tearing yourself away. Have a screened porch? Trick it out for cool weather with soft lighting, a patio heater, pillows, and throws. Who says the season's over?
Plant a Fall Bearing Orchard
Plant fall bearing fruit trees to create opportunities for outdoor activity as temperatures dip. Surveying and tending trees is a pleasurable pastime, and once the harvest is in, a DIY cider press, juicer, or canning equipment can make quick work of your crop, with plenty left over to share with the neighbors.
Install an Outdoor Kitchen
Upgrade Outdoor Lighting
As the days get shorter and darkness arrives earlier, it's natural to retreat inside even when the weather is good. Keep your yard inviting well into evening by upgrading your outdoor lighting. Well-placed string lights, wall lights, and path lights can extend the time you spend outside before it's time for bed.
Put in a Spa
Head Outside for Games
Prolong Patio Season
Get to enjoy more of your outdoor space for more of the year.
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