I know that most of of love flowers. They look beautiful when they are just grown but once they are creatively arranged with other flowers, they look even lovelier. We have here a guest post that tells us something about autumnal bouquets.
It’s autumn, which means that the leaves are crisping up and the flowers and flora are preparing themselves for a nice cool change to come. The delicate flowers, the ones that and the more sensitive blooms are going to be on hiatus for a few months to come, so while they’re doing their thing you can take advantage of some of the more awesome flowers like the bulbs and below-ground dwellers. These are the flowers that really shine in the colder weather, so while it’s cool you should take advantage of these once a year beauties! If you’re looking to buy them in season you’d do well to know which ones grow in the autumn too, so if you feel like growing them yourself you can.
The flowers that you’re going to be getting in the cooler months are as follows:
Salvias are the first on the list. These little babies are usually very easy to cultivate, growing quickly and flowering readily, so there’s not much waiting around for the performance to begin. Once you’ve got them in your garden you’ll be blessed with a whole range of awesome blooms that last for a while, so they’re really worth their while.
Echinacea is next up. Not only a herb that’s credited with being awesome for you, there’s also some excellent flowers to be had from the plan. In the garden you’ll find that the flowers are excellent attracting butterflies, bees and other beautiful flying insects to the garden. As well as this, the Echinacea flowers are also very good for cutting and using in the home.
Third on the list is the camellia plant. The beautiful camellia flower is synonymous with the very beginning of autumn. As well as signalling the start of autumn, the camellia grows very well in part shade, and so it well suited to a garden bed that is only getting morning or afternoon sun. You can grow this one as a colourful hedge, feature plant or pot plant.
Hibiscus is an awesome addition to the bouquet you can grow and use. If you can find a warm and sheltered spot you’ll find that these beautiful blooms make a lovely addition to any bouquet. Hibiscus is the flower that keeps on giving.
Tibouchina are a bloom that flowers very heavily at any time during spring and autumn, or basically when the weather is a little bit cooler. You should choose a spot in your garden that takes advantage of the heavy flowering, so that you can take the most advantage of the spots.
Gordonia will see you experiencing some excellent flowers throughout the months of autumn. The beautiful flowers of the Gordonia will stand out against the dark leaves of the plant, and will also give you double value when the flowers fall, because they lie in a circle around the plant and look extra pretty.
Chrysanthemum are also a delightful addition to your garden, with a range of colours giving you bold splashes of colour to inject some autumn life into your garden. These flowers are perfect for your garden in late summer, and also in autumn.
No matter what you choose for your garden, or for your bouquet, remember that autumn flowers are just as satisfying and beautiful as any other kind of spring or summer flower, and you’re well placed to choose some beautiful blooms with the right guidance. This is just a handy snippet of the ways in which you can choose the best flowers from the beast florists such as Fresh Flowers for your autumn needs.
I guess you learned a lot from this post today. Well, some information is new to me too. It is just amazing that these flowers can look even more gorgeous when artistically placed together. What can you say about autumnal bouquets?