Recently we’ve had a revolving door of visiting houseguests. One of my favorite places to take visitors is the Dallas Arboretum. Their latest display featured an amazing array of pumpkins.
Here is a close up so you can see how the walls of the pumpkin “house” were constructed.
There was also a “log cabin” made from Indian corn.
All of the walkways were lined with pumpkins.
The gardens feature autumnal mums and marigolds which the Monarch butterflies love.
I adored this mini pumpkin and cornstalk garland which was created with copper wire.
The displays are interactive and they encourage you to explore which makes it a perfect destination for kids.
They have Cinderella’s pumpkin coach complete with two cornhusk steeds.
You can find several local residents in the gardens as well.
The Christmas display begins on November 8th and runs through the new year.
I hope you have enjoyed the tour.