Now the grey days and darker nights of Autumn have arrived, boost your spirits by injecting colour with beautiful vibrant blooms, into your home. 

Experiment with quirky colour palettes and new flower varieties. For example, team up strong purples with vibrant orange tones, zingy lime with bursts of citrus tones of orange and yellow or even combine cerise, plum, red, burgundy and pink for a monochromatic feel. 

Add height and structure with twigs, branches and arching foliage, and texture with fuzzy Anigozanthos, Sedum and berries. Incorporate fruit, vegetables, dried wheat and seed heads to celebrate harvest and add herbs and aromatics for fragrance  see suggestions below 4.

See those darker days look brighter instantly by creating a rich tapestry of fruit and flowers. Explore hedgerows and wander around your garden for inspiration, not only for your plant material but for unusual containers too!

Below, discover a range of different flower varieties in different colour palettes available this Autumn 


  • Dahlia Purple Fox

  • Alstroemeria Cleo

  • Brassica Crane Freddy

  • Calla Lily Paco


  • Germini Allure

  • Physalis

  • Kniphofia

  • Leucospermum


  • Gerbera Lucio

  • Alstroemeria Rome

  • Carnation Hot Pink

  • Or. Lily Calvados


  • Spray Rose Cheyenne

  • Germini Pomponi Black Pearl


  • Amaryllis Ferrari

  • Hypericum Magical Triumph


  • Cotinus

  • Germini Dark Night

  • Gladioli Fat Boy

  • Hydrangea Magical dark Ruby Classic


  • Nerine

  • Hydrangea Verena Light Pink

  • Rose Avalanche Sorbet


  • Viburnum Opulus

  • Alchemila Mollis

  • Carnation Goblin

  • Chrysanthemum single Ofir

  • Hypericum Coco Bamboo


  • Asclepias Tuberosa

  • Carthamus

  • Celosia Apricot Brandy

  • Dahlia Orange Fox


  • Solidago

  • Calla Gold Cup

  • Chrysanthemum single Borg

  • Craspedia

Herbs & Aromatics

  • Mentha

  • Rosemary

  • Eucalyptus

  • Waxflower


For all of the flower varieties in the listings, you can find on the website here


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