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Autumnal Flowers to Brighten your Bouquet

Autumnal Flowers to Brighten your Bouquet

The most iconic sign that Autumn has arrived is the transition of colours that spread throughout our sweeping countryside – this can be mirrored in your interior decor.

We find that using various flower arrangements can help to bring a fresh look when styling our own Sofas and Chairs. With this, we have gathered some unique yet beautiful blooms that are so often overlooked when arranging those stylish autumnal bouquets for your home.

Chinese Lantern Plant

Boasting a daring orange colour and a unique shape that screams ‘Halloween’, these plants are the perfect autumn accompaniment to your indoor arrangement. Air dry the lantern husks to reveal an intricate golden lace cage, which create a gorgeous ornamental feature that can last for up to 5 weeks.

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Images: Poppy-Lou, Easy to Grow Bulbs, LoveToKnow

Nerine Bowdenii (Nerine Lilies)

Not often seen in a bouquet, nerines make a statement with their fragile silhouettes. Reflect the frosty weather with clean white flowers contrasted against deep green foliage. Alternatively, lift your spirits with rich pink shades, often displayed by nerines blooming in the autumn time.

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Images: RHS, Hayloft Plants, Eco-BeautifulWeddings

Goldenrod

Although the thick clusters of yellow flowers have an unlikely resemblance to pollen, it has virtually none, and therefore doesn’t cause allergies. This makes it the ideal indoor plant for a busy home! It also helps to fill the vase amongst smaller, thinner flowers. Their golden tones also inject a hint of warmth to a cooler colour themed bouquet.

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Images: Flower Info, Pottertons NurseryJulie’s Garden Delights

Have you been playing around with gorgeous autumnal flower arrangements in your home? Send us a photo of your creations and ideas on Facebook, tag us in your Instagram posts, and tweet us your images! Also make sure to follow our Pinterest boards for ore of our autumnal home inspirations!

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