Concentrating on Color
The spring season is often filled with the soft pastels of the year’s first blooms and the summer features bright, happy flowers like sunflowers. As fall approaches, those colors turn bright and vibrant, and we celebrate with bright reds and oranges. Are you celebrating a child’s first year of kindergarten? Do you have a high school student beginning her senior year?
A bright arrangement of calla lilies, gerbera daisies, and chrysanthemums is the ideal symbol of the “back to school” spirit and the fall season. The arrangement is also an ideal part of your decorations for Halloween, as well as for Thanksgiving. Hold onto the warmth of summer with bright, happy flowers.
If you’d like to give someone an indoor plant for a fall gift, you’ll want to think about sending a vibrant croton plant to your friend, loved one, or co-worker. These plants come in the perfect fall colors with leaves in orange, red, and yellow.
Celebrating the Season’s Holidays
Spooky ghosts during Halloween and festive cornucopias and turkey for Thanksgiving are particularly festive when you add seasonal fall flowers to your parties. Are you inviting friends over for a weekend party to welcome the autumn? Give your guests a delicious fall fruit basket with apples, pears, and organic cheese all wrapped up in a trendy wicker basket. Fruit and food are yummy additions to your fall flowers and decorations.
Another beautiful way to celebrate is with roses, which are a perfect gift if your wedding anniversary is during the fall, or you have a dear friend or family member with a birthday in September, October, or November. Imagine a lush bowl of yellow roses arriving on your loved one’s doorstep on a birthday or for a fall holiday. There’s no better gift than roses for a loved one, particularly in yellow, orange, and red during the fall season.
Although the foliage and flowers of the outside world start to retire for the season, autumn is nevertheless a time of beautiful, vibrant flowers. Celebrate with fall flowers this year during your celebrations, parties, and holidays.