Flower Trends for Autumn
brings the rich colours of Achillea (yarrow), love-lies-bleeding, cockscomb and
plume celosia, crocosmia, dahlia, gladiolus, late sunflowers, red hot poker (Kniphofia),
hypericum, zinnia and solidago. Cooler shades can be found in echinops (globe
thistle), Gomphrena, Chinese aster (Callistephus), Physostegia (obedience plant),
scabious, and sedum. Foliages also get interesting, with rich colours, berries,
seedpods and twigs coming into the shops.
Folk Design: Get back to nature, harvesting natural accessories from the earth, such as grass, wheat, fruit – and the diva of earth’s bulbs, the lily flower
Naughty by Nature: Stimulation for all the senses,
especially touch, smell and taste.
Animated Colours: If you feel tired, sad or just
plain worn-out, Animated Colours flowers will soon cheer you up again!
Natural Chemistry: Take a look around you: explore, experiment
- and enjoy! This trend is all about exploring the wonders of the world around
Cabin Spirit: Escape to the woods and indulge in
outdoor life. Mix flowers in shades of autumn skies with dark foliage and enjoy
the outdoors - indoors!
Contained Spaces: Perfect balance in
a world which is fast-moving and chaotic. Make your own inner sanctum with order
and calm by creating neat yet bright arrangements.
Rhythm Deluxe: Takes you to a land of luxury and
decadence. Warm sexy tones of coffee & cream, honey & ginger, whisky &
Landscape: Natural grassy shades mix with high-tech
materials for a modern take on landscape.
Harvest Mix: Rich berry colours in a modern oriental
Indian Summer: Navajo-inspired sunset tones and earth