Fall flower arrangements don’t need to be all orange leaves! Rosehips, herbs, lingering roses, apples, and pears are just a few ideas to make unusual, organic flower arrangements for autumn, whether they are for a special wedding or event, a gift for yourself, or for just around the house.
Use the last of the lingering roses and perennials to make a soft, autumn pastel bouquet. Shown here: a version with dahlias.
Use unruly or wild fruit branches and the last of the perennials to create this wild arrangement.
3. Cosmos and Sedum. Combine cosmos, sedum, and alchemilla for a light and airy fall bouquet.
4. Scabiosa, queen anne’s lace and ferns. Negative space is key in this minimalist bouquet, arranged in a handmade ceramic cup.
5. Fall wildflower bouquet.
Combine herbs like sage with dusty miller and a few blooms, wrap up in a sumptuous silk ribbon as a gift. Here we used scabiosa, queen anne’s lace, dusty miller, scented geranium, and mint.
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