Before you know it, the trees (and sidewalks) will be ablaze with color (unless you happen to live in one of those seasonless places). Autumn is a fleeting season, characterized by a brief but magnificent display of color. For many, it’s the favorite season of the year, but the elements of it that endears it to us – brightly-colored trees, crackling autumn leaves underfoot, a refreshing nip in the air – lasts for a short time.
You can preserve nature’s bounty – leaves, twigs, berries – without feeling like a kindergartener making leaf rubbings.
Make bouquets or wreaths for a short-term solution (dry them to last longer):
How do you keep autumn alive in your home?