Whether you’re looking to gift them, make a centerpiece, or just be surrounded by them, you want to use the best autumn flowers for the season. So here is a list of my personal favorite. I can’t wait to see which ones you end up using. Find me on Twitter or Facebook and share what you are using this year.
I am a sucker for purple, but the Aster is a beautiful flower that looks incredible in a fall bouquet.
This is a flower that I absolutely love the look of. It’s a part of a shrub but they have these delicate flowers pop out this time of year.
Chrysanthemums, or mums, also come from a shrub and they are very popular in fall floral arrangements. Their colors tend to scream fall so it makes sense that they are so popular this time of year.
There are apparently a large variety of colchicum flowers, and I won’t even pretend like I know the differences. What I do know is they bloom this time of year and they are beautiful in shape and color.
These flowers are just plain beautiful. I mean look at them. I love their colors and their incredible petals. They have so many petals shooting out of one single flower. I think they are absolutely amazing. They look wonderful paired with other flowers, but really, they can hold their own.
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These almost don’t look real. I think they look like delicate tissue paper flowers created by man. They are not. They are real and they change greatly depending on the color you go with.
This is also known as the cone flower. Its petals begin to dart down and make it look like this super flower when you look at them from the side.
This is actually Kentucky’s state flower. It’s bright gold color makes it stand out and creates a perfect fall color in an arrangement with oranges and reds.
This flower comes in a pretty purple but it’s so wispy that it creates this beautiful flowing effect when you have a large group of them together.
These are beautiful, just like the Russian Sage, because of their height. They can be found in a deep red, purple or pink and all three colors look spectacular this time of year.
Written by Rhiannon Gillis. Rhiannon is the owner of the Amber & Honey Design Co., and she is presently leading all design and staging projects. She writes for this blog and multiple other blogs frequently. Make sure you follow her on Instagramand Twitter.