If you think that with the fall season, less flowers bloom and there are fewer options to choose flowers from, you are mistaken. Some flowers are gone but others will come, such as gorgeous calla lilies or colorful chrysanthemums and much more seasonal fall flowers. We are going to tell you about all the fall blooming flowers that you can pick on your Halloween celebration, Thanksgiving dinner, or just as a gift for your family and friends.
Colorful mums bloom in so many varieties of colors and shapes. Florists love them for that and for their long vase life; it’s up to 7-14 days! There are more than 40 types of chrysanthemums but we will mention the most popular fall flowers. There are single blooms, pompon mums, decorative, and even cushion ones. Chrysanthemums have a large full bloom on the stem in different colors and are mostly used as the main flower in bouquets and arrangements. Pompon or button mums have groups of round shaped blossoms on the stem. Decorative blooms have long petals that cover the disk of the blossom. Cushion mums are dome-shaped with blossoms that cover the top of the flower. Chrysanthemums are beautiful fall flowers that you don’t miss during the fall.
Calla lilies typically bloom during the summer as well as the fall. They are known for being used for weddings, as well as their beautiful colors for fall celebrations. Calla lilies typically last 7-10 days in a vase and they prefer room temperature or lower. They are available in classic white, orange, dark purple, yellow, and pink colors. Calla lilies are pretty fall flowers but be careful, their blooms and stems contain a toxic acid that could cause irritation, so keep them away from children and pets.
Dahlias are autumn fall flowers that usually bloom when other flowers are dying. Their vase’s life is 4-5 days, not so long, but they are very gorgeous. Dahlias come in yellow, peach, white, orange, pink, and lavender colors. The most popular types of them are the waterlily and pompon dahlias. Waterlily ones have double blooms that look similar to water lilies. Pompon dahlias have pompon shaped flowers, which is where they got their name from. The interesting fact is that you can find them in any color except for blue.
Purple pansies are gorgeous fall flowers in season. They are good fall flowers that you can add to bouquets or flower arrangements as a splash of vibrant colors. They are an amazing pick to use as fresh cut flowers because their vase life is around two weeks. That’s a lot! The interesting fact is that this flower is edible and you can eat not only the flowers but also the stems and leaves.
Now you know all of the popular, perennial, and annual fall flowers that you can expect during the fall season. There are so many important celebrations where you can present people flowers such as Rosh Hashanah, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. For Rosh Hashanah you can choose white, classic flower arrangements and mix it with blue or you can pick a colorful, vibrant bouquet to celebrate the happy starting of a new year.
Spooky flower colors such as purple, red, or even black colors of flowers are an amazing pick for Halloween. Florists love this celebration so much that they create a bouquet with colored black flowers such as roses, calla lilies, and add some Halloween décor to it such as skulls or spiders. If you want something different, you can always pick a floral pumpkin arrangement to add some Halloween spirit into your event.
For Thanksgiving, you can select fall flowers colors such as orange, yellow, red, or peach and mix it with pink or white. Don’t forget about flower arrangements in fresh pumpkins, they perfectly decorate your table and make you and your guests happy. You can always visit our floral pumpkin workshop to make your own flower pumpkins and spend time with your loved ones.
Fall Flowers Delivery
You can always order amazing fall flowers from our website , by visiting our flower shop - 1484 S Robertson Blvd, LA, CA, 90035 or just by calling (310) 817-0605. We have a great bonus for you: free delivery up to 4 miles from our shop.