Last week I used a blend of bought flowers and homegrown fillers to make a few autumn floral arrangements. The shot above includes roses, alstroemeria and purple kale in the supermarket, also leaves from garden baptisia, scented pelargonium, purple honeysuckle, and curly willow. Additionally, I utilized seed pods from ‘Coral Charm’ peonies and cimicifuga.
This bigger arrangement consisted of the very same blossoms above, but organized for viewing by all sides rather than only in the front.
Are not the sunset colours of those roses fairly? I just develop old-style David Austin roses in your home, but sometimes it is interesting to work with routine hybrid tea roses.
Another arrangement using a vase out of my grandma, who was also a gardener. It used to look very from me style, but gold is coming back again.
A brief centerpiece consisted of bought mums and kale blended with garden asters, lemon sage, and much more peony seed pods and honeysuckle.