If you ask us, mums are one of the most versatile blooms. They arrive in Fall and almost immediately appear in baskets and pots on front steps, at doorways or planted right into a flowerbed. They’re popular because they’re so hardy, and colorful, and happy looking, and affordable . . . We could go on. But we at Stadium Flowers also believe that maybe their best attribute is how flexible they are. In their infinite variety, they can appear in formal bouquets or in a planters pot as a flowering bush on your back stoop. Check out how we’ve used this adaptable little beauty this season.
See what we mean? This Fall Medley is teeming with lush yellow roses and exotic dahlias, and the yellow daisy spray chrysanthemums fit right in. They also add some brightness to the overall piece but make no mistake, this bouquet is full on Fall.
On the other hand, mums do just fine on their own, growing in glorious bunches. Put them alongside other flowering plants and they not only look great but grow well with them, too. This Fall Abundance makes a wonderful gift or the perfect piece for your patio. The harvest hues definitely give our seasonal Seattle gray a run for its money. We at Stadium Flowers would love to see this piece cheering up the front steps all over Everett and Lynnwood.