It’s a misconception that all plant life fades away with the summer season. As the leaves turn autumnal shades in the passing weeks between summer and winter many flowers also follow suit with their vibrant displays. Some, in fact, become all the more interesting as the temperatures cool and frost approaches.
Here are the 6 flowers we’re FALLing in love with this season:
Oh the dahlia, how we love thee. From its rounded shape to the curls of its petals the dahlia is an aesthetically pleasing flower. These late-summer-to-early-autumn florals range in color and style, which makes them a beautiful addition to any arrangement.
This fall flower has a bloom period of 10-weeks and will last until the first frost settles on the ground. We love how the warm colors of the celosia range from those likened to the sun to palates pressed in purple.
Mums, short for Chrysanthemums, make beautiful decorations in the fall months because of their various hues, which adds a touch of personality to any display (inside or outside). Throw some alongside your gourds or festive decorations.
Whether they’re hanging or upright, amaranths stands out as a fall flower. It’s dramatic but elegant, ornamental but bold. The unique structure turns any bouquet into an instant eye pleaser. You can even add them as decoration along entrance ways, bannisters, or windows.
This fall flower adds a touch of warmth to any bouquet or display. It reminds us a bit bit of summer, which adds to its cross-functionality as a transitional flora.
Can’t decide which fall flower is the one for you? Fortunately, you don’t have to choose only one. Shop our fall collection or customize to include your favorites!