28 Coolest Ideas to Create Fall Planters Outside Front Door

It’s June now, but it is never too early to start thinking about how you want to decorate your home this Fall. As one of the best times to boost your home’s curb appeal, fall carries its special colors such as warm reds, organes, yellows, and browns to accentuate any front porch and garden. Creating some beautiful fall planters beside your front door is an easy and successful way to celebrate your Autumn home and welcome your guests.

There are a great number of inspiring fall planter ideas that are perfect for your fall decorations. They will make your space electrify with colors and textures. For example, use seasonal favorites like mums, flowering kale, and pansies, and grasses that also make great fall container plants to make a gorgeous fall planter…

So have a look below at some of our favorite fall planters and arrangements:

#1. Add Height with Ornamental Grasses:

Positioning a pair of tall planters in front of the door will add more visual interest and impress your guests as well.

{above} The pot with bright yellow color and tall grasses(Pennisetum Little Honey/Foundtain Grass) can bring some extra oomph to your space.

{above} Use a variety of kale, mums, grasses, asparagus fern, and miniature pumpkins and gourds to create gorgeous fall planters easily.

{above} The tall grasses(‘Northwind’ Switchgrass) and orange mums pair perfectly with a wooden planter. Image via: bhg.com

{above} Ornamental kale and gold marigolds look amazing in this large blue ceramic planter. Not only that, use the height of ornamental grasses to balance the proportions of the planter.

#2. Daisies, Sunflowers, Black-eyed Susan, and Marigolds:

These fall flowers with pleasant yellow and orange colors are lovely for fall planters.

{above} The long and deep burgundy leaves of Platt’s Black pair beautifully with bright daisies.  Image via: sunset.com

#3. Flowering Cabbage and Ornamental Kale Can be The Star of Fall Planters:

Ornamental kale and their cousin, the ornamental cabbage, were developed for their spectacular colors and can be the focus points of your container garden.

{above} A gorgeous autumn planter can hardly lack these ornamental ornamental kale and cabbage. Add the tall grass in the back and some bright colored peppers on the sides to highlight its beauty.  Image via: lauratrevey.com

{above} A gorgeous container garden with ornamental cabbages and creeping jenny.  Image via: enchantedhome.com

{above} The berries pair perfectly with this green flowering cabbage.  Image via: deligent.livejournal.com