From Spectacular to Spooky

October 8, 2012


By Patti Smith

Pahl's Market Bouncy Pumpkin

October is the month we decorate for our Fall Fun.  You will find the market overflowing with mums, asters, kale, purple fountain grass, and pansies.  Roll out your welcome mat with lovely fall blooms. You will also find wheat bundles, Indian corn, gourds, straw bales, and corn shocks to decorate your home with. There will be pumpkins of every size, shape, and color to choose from. We even have beautiful ribbon to add those finishing touches to your creations.

Pahl's Market Petting Zoo

For the younger kids under 42” tall, we will continue our tradition with our bouncy pumpkin. They can wear off some energy bouncing to their hearts content.  Everyone loves to feed the goats that visit us for the month too. We also bring in the straw and set up a spooky straw maze in the greenhouse for the whole family. There will be a nice fall photo spot where you may want to take a photo or two as well. 

Pahl's Market Straw Maze

A new addition to our fun this year is an indoor corn pit. There will be a small wall of straw bales enclosing a pit full of field corn for kids young and old to play in.  If you were not aware, the fairies have settled in at Pahl’s Market. They too like to decorate. So be sure and see their garden all decked out for Halloween.

Pahl's Market Pumpkin Patch

We also have a pumpkin patch where you can go and pick your own pumpkin. It is located on Dodd Road next to King Fields. It is open from 3 PM to sunset Monday thru Friday, from 10AM to 6 PM Saturday, and from 10 AM to 5 PM on Sundays starting on Saturday, September 29th.

Of course the month of October continues our spectacular sales. This is what you can find:

 Pottery 50%
 Trees and Shrubs 30%
 Evergreens 50%
 Summer Hardgoods 40%
 Fountains and Bird Baths 40%
 Benches, Statuary, Trellis’ 40%
 Bird Houses, Feeders, and Seed 40%
 Perennials Buy One Get One FREE

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