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9 Ways to Make Halloween Come Alive

October 31, 2013

Who needs Halloween decorations when nature provides such interesting and unique designs? Here are nine spooky ideas to liven up Halloween from Garden Media.

(PRWEB) October 31, 2013

Halloween is about things that go bump in the night, and what better decorations than those that are ALIVE! Below, Garden Media offers nine flowers and plants to add to Halloween décor this year for a unique, spooky twist on the typical.

Queen of Night tulip:

Haunting gardens for over seventy years,

the Queen of Night tulip is the sum of all fears.

Available from Longfield Gardens.

Black Parrot tulip:

This tulip blends into the night,

with its petal like teeth, beware its bite.

Available from Longfield Gardens.

Ghost Fern:

The silvery fingers of this fern called ‘Ghost’,

wait in the darkness to make you their host.

For details visit Costa Farms. Available at your local home improvement store.

Black Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'):

Beware the glow of a luminescent sheen

and the dark of midnight from this shiny evergreen.

For details visit Costa Farms. Available at your local home improvement store.

Cactus

Fend off evil spirits this Halloween,

with this spiny alarm that won’t go unseen.

For details visit Costa Farms. Available at your local home improvement store.

Anemone Black Eyed Beauty

Ghostly white petals surround a single black eye.

It haunts your dreams and can petrify.

Available from Longfield Gardens.

African mask (Alocasia Poly)

White veins run through its leaves like blood,

and with just one look you’ll hit the floor with a thud.

For details visit Costa Farms. Available at your local home improvement store.

Earthen Planter

From underneath the bowels of the darkest tomb

Comes this earthen planter to hold any bloom

Available from NativeCast.

Stink Bugs

The one Halloween guest who refuses to trick or treat,

They invade, the cracks of windows and doors, oh so discreet

Stink Bug Trap available from RESCUE!

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