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Posted by stadiumflowers on September 27, 2021 | Last Updated: October 1, 2021 Uncategorized

Surround Yourself with the Magnificent Hues of These Autumn Flowers

The amazing season of fall is upon us! It’s time for cooler weather, pumpkin patches, harvest festivals, Halloween, and apple picking. The greatest part of fall, though, is the rich, kaleidoscopic colors that blanket the surrounding landscape. Hues of deep reds, warm oranges, golden yellows, and plummy purples leave their mark on nature in tree leaves, foliage, and seasonal flowers. 

Here at Stadium Flowers, we love creating radiant and gorgeous flower arrangements to showcase fall’s brilliant colors. Discover which flowers are some of our fall favorites along with seasonal blooms that are absolutely dazzling.  

Magnificent Fall Flowers You’re Going to Want in Your Home This Season

Warm RedsBurgundy, Carmine, Maroon, Ruby, Scarlett & Crimson

The red hues of autumn are warm and rich, welcoming and dramatic. Besides flowers, you’ll see shades of red in plaid blankets, harvest wreaths, fashion wear, and apples. Reddish-brown is one of the most popular colors associated with the fall season.

Fall flowers that bloom in shades of red: celosia, dahlia, dianthus, gerbera daisies, mums, rose, snapdragons

Uplifting YellowsButterscotch, Gold, Goldenrod, Yellow Ochre & Saffron

The color yellow is known to promote feelings of happiness, joy, and energy. A popular color for this season, autumn yellows range from soft and warm hues such as butterscotch, saffron, and yellow ochre to brighter royal and golden yellows.

Fall flowers that bloom in yellow hues: billy balls, black-eyed Susans, celosia, Gerbera daisies, golden asters, mums, pansies, rudbeckia, sunflowers

Comforting OrangesAmber, Auburn, Carnelian, Ginger & Flame

Between pumpkins, candy corn, orange mums, harvest festivals, and Halloween, orange is the color of fall. Warm and vibrant, orange represents positive emotions, excitement, and enthusiasm. Orange is regularly paired with yellow and red creating a trifecta of colors that are the essence of autumn.

Fall flowers that bloom in orange tones: bleeding hearts false sunflowers, calla lilies, dahlias, gerbera daisies, mums, roses, rudbeckia, zinnias

Natural BrownsChocolate, Sepia, Tan, Umber, Mahogany & Coffee

Browns have a natural, down-to-earth, and comforting character. Feelings generally connected to the color brown include resilience, safety, and honesty. From dark to light, warm shades of brown are a staple of the autumn season. Find shades of brown in leaves, the center of sunflowers, wheat and hay, wood in the fireplace, and hot cocoa.

Fall flowers that bloom in shades of brown: Chocolate cosmos, Echibeckia ‘Summerina Brown’, dahlias, dried coneflower heads, dried lotus pods, dried scabiosa pods, mums, orchids, pansies

Luxurious PurplesPlum, Lavender, Raisin, Amethyst & Mauve

Dark purple hues evoke a sense of calm, tranquility, and mystery. Purple provides a nice balance to brighter shades of fall such as orange and yellow. Shades of deep purples are popular  in fall fashion and are also found in turning leaves, currants, and plums.

Fall flowers in purple tones: asters, calla lily, cornflower, dahlia, heather, mums, ornamental kale, pansies, perennial sage, statice

Harmonious GreensEmerald, Fern, Forest, Olive & Verdant

Seasonal greenery typically used in fall floral arrangements consists of muted or middle tone shades of green. Providing more of a natural and neutral backdrop, the greenery allows for the dazzling, jewel-toned colors of fall blooms to really shine.

Popular fall greenery to pair with autumn flowers: eucalyptus, dusty miller, leatherleaf fern, myrtle

Incredible Fall Flowers

Enjoy the beauty of nature by having fresh, fragrant, and fabulously colorful fall flowers in your home. You will immediately notice how they liven up a room and provide instant chicness and elegance. Send fall flowers to a loved one, too, and make their day. Take a look at our selection of gorgeous fall flowers now to get you into the spirit of the season!