Anytime is a good time to visit the silos, but fall at Magnolia Market is a pumpkin-perfect time to come to Waco and visit the market.
Fall at Magnolia Market is special to me because two years ago, I met Joanna and interviewed her before the silos opened, before the first Silobration. (read about it here)
Cameron, my daughter, went along with me and was my photographer. Talk about a day over the top!
Side note** This is a short, non-detailed, full of pumpkin pictures, blog post–to get a REAL detailed information and tips, read all my other blog posts and articles about Magnolia. I am participating in #write31days, so this is a shorter post!
My family and I stay away from the silos in the summer because of the Texas heat. And the crowds. (I did go once this summer to do research and take pictures for an article for Victoria Lee Home, read it here.) I am always excited when our fall weather replaces the 100 degree days of Texas, (of course that means 80 degrees), because I can venture back to the silos. Fewer people, less sweating. And pumpkins. We went yesterday with my parents and as usual, JoJo worked her magic and the grounds of the silos are lovely. Pumpkins everywhere, just like I like it. If you ever get to visit Waco, come in the non-summer months, spring, fall, (late-October to November) or at Christmas. Was Joanna raised by Walt Disney? She must have because she pays attention to detail. Every last perfect detail.
The garden area is always beautiful. Fall at Magnolia Market is no exception. The garden is green and blooming and full. Flowers, vines and even green beans grow beautifully.
And there are pumpkins placed everywhere; it makes the lush gardens enchanting. Fewer people means you can swing, play ball on the yard, wait in shorter lines and sit on the picnic tables and enjoy your surroundings. Fall at Magnolia Market is a must see!
If you do, when you do, come to the silos, read all my many blogs about the Magnolia Market at the Silos–I have written about this place that I love many times.
I hope for you fall days full of pretty pumpkins, wherever you are!
love and blessings~dd
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