‘Tis the season for ghouls and ghosts to glow in the dark, pumpkins to make frightful faces on your porch and to set your living room up in cozy fall décor. Haven’t decorated yet? There’s still time! Here are a few places to stop by for haunted and fall seasonal finds:
Open daily from 10 am- 6 pm, Trax Farms has all of the Fall to-dos including their Fall Festival, Friday Hayrides and Hops and Hayrides. In between those fall festivities, shop for unique finds of indoor and even porch/lawn-approved décor to make a classy and rustic statement to your space. Friendly ghosts, bright pumpkins that host air plants and grinning scarecrows, there are plenty of aesthetically pleasing staples to stand out in your home.
Have you met Harold? Stop by Maude’s Paperwing Gallery for their entire Halloween store collection and even meet Harold, the acclaimed shop ghost. There are plenty of stories to tell with a vast selection of hand-picked items for healing, magic and queer love. This queer/woman-owned shop welcomes all walks of life (and perhaps dead, too?) and offers metaphysical findings you can’t get anywhere else. Crystals, cool stickers and a ghost full of treasures… what’s not to like?
Located on Babcock Blvd. and Wildwood Road, both Best Feeds Garden Centers have plenty to offer when it comes to the ultimate outdoor fall vibes. Mums, pumpkins, corn stalks, straw bales, fall shrubs and more, your porch and deck will be embracing a calming vibe with the chill settling in for the season. Plus, shop other fall décor including planters, concrete art and more.
Mount Nebo Agway prides itself in locally sourced produce/products, plus there are many must-haves for your outdoor space. This includes larger-than-life mums of all colors, corn stalks from the Kern Family farm, trendy metal lawn signs and decorative pumpkins ranging in colors from blue, green, white to speckled and witchy warts. Plus, there are cheap gourds galore. Find that perfect fit for your pumpkin carving venture to create that spooky glow this Halloween season.This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.