Autumn Flowers

Fresh from the field...  Our seasonal homegrown Autumn flowers 
The early Autumn season continues the abundance of Summer, while temperatures remain gentle, and our Dahlias and Roses are often at their best in September.  Asters, Cosmos, Amaranthus, Zinnias and all of the other late Summer flowers are cut ...  Agastache, Verbena, Phlox, Sedum and .
We put together glorious seasonal Wedding bouquets and Wedding centrepieces, full of individuality and character.  Buds of Dahlias and Roses are tied with thistles and seedheads to create delicate little buttonholes and corsages.

In the cooling days our Hydrangeas take on rustic shades of reds, green and mauves, and we harvest the remaining flowers to preserve for Winter arrangements.  We also use Hydrangea florets in Autumal Wedding headbands and flower crowns, along with Eryngium, Limonium, and berries. 

As the temperatures drop further (around the end of October) we turn to the polytunnel for Chrysanthemums in rich russet reds and bronze, plus green, pinks and apricot.  We add feathery grasses and evergreen foliage, seedheads and dried Limonium to the mix when we cut for Autumn Wedding flowers orders.
Planning an Autumn wedding? Take a look at our wedding flowers page to find out about the services we offer.