In my opinion, due to lack of options, kale tends to be overused come fall.
Kale plants, from the deepest purple shade, to the most pale cream can be found in many a street garden and front door pot this time of year. Despite the over saturation, I do find I have a weakness for a particular kale plant. I love the version with a celery green center, surrounded by creamy white leaves, and then encircled with deeper green outer leaves. I find it to be refreshing, bright and a great natural-neutral. It creates a lovely background for any other flowers or decor.
So, what do you think of giving the common kale plant a more elegant presentation? After lining this silver punch bowl with plastic and laying down a layer of soil, I packed in as many green and cream kale plants as I could, in addition to…
But how could I make it SPOOKtacular?