3 Fun And Simple DIY Ideas With Autumn Flowers

Autumn offers us a surprising amount of flowers, fruits and berries. There are Chrysanthemum and Dahlias and lots of other flowers in a spectrum of colours and shapes. Looking for easy flower arrangement ideas? These designs are perfect for indoor decoration!

1. Enchanting Dahlias

Dahlias are very decorative. They come in different shapes: cactus, semi-cactus, pompom, ball and collar. All types exist with both small and large flowers. Dahlias are ephemeral. They are wonderful, but once they are cut, they don’t last very long. Be sure to put them in a clean vase with fresh water and also add some cut flower food to the water. This is how you fight the bacteria. Dahlias are ideal for one day celebrations and short events.

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The story goes that Nerine, originally from South Africa, washed ashore on the coast of Guernsey, the Channel Island. They owe their name from that sea journey. Nerine is named after the 50 beautiful daughters of sea god Nereus. Nerine is a bulbous plant. The flower is distinguished by its pure, feminine beauty: slender stems with beautifully shaped flowers. Nerine is planted in the spring and flowers in the autumn in a soft pastel hue, white, bright pink or red. A cut Nerine flower in a vase is a true ornament in your house. In combination with different types of corn and fruits from the Cucurbitacaea family you can create a real autumn still life.

3. Colourful Cabbages

Cabbages are typically used for an autumn décor. On the culinary side, we can, of course, enjoy red cabbage, white cabbage, savoy cabbage, green cabbage… but there are also beautiful varieties of ornamental cabbage. The assortment of ornamental cabbage is gaining popularity at this time. There are more and more fun shapes and colours available, especially the feathered version which is a lovely addition. Combined with purple Asters and purple Callicarpa berries, you make a nice and sturdy autumn bouquet.

The new Fleur Créatif Magazine is out now! This autumn issue is full of floral inspiration for the new season. A must have for flower lovers and flower professionals.

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