These pretty and festive fall flower arrangements are a great addition to your Halloween decoration. Mix fall flowers with pumpkins and gourds as creative centerpieces and vases.
A fall favorite, chrysanthemums come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. For a funky seasonal decoration, attach a variety of orange-hued flowers to your pumpkins. Use different sizes of pumpkins to add dimension.
Editor's Flower Tip: Chrysanthemums do best in soil that is moist and well-drained. They also fare better in full sun.
This cute display is one that can be used year after year. After creating your candy-corn door decoration, fill it with dried natural flowers, such as millet, grasses, berries, and dried Japanese lanterns. Artificial birds on black spray-painted twigs give the arrangement an eerie look.
Festive and fresh, this arrangement is the perfect fall display. Hollow out a pumpkin and place an appropriately sized vase inside. Fill with lilies, chrysanthemums, and pokeweed berries. Surround with leaves from your yard and fall fruits to add a seasonal touch.
Displaying colorfully altered sunflowers is a simple and sweet way to add life to your fall decor. To dye sunflowers, cut them and place in a glass vase with a few inches of water. Add food-dye to the water, along with plant food, and let sit. Within a few days, the petals will be vibrant shades of whatever color you chose!
This earthy arrangement is made up of millet, purple coneflower seed heads, and love-in-a-mist seed heads. It has a lot of texture so a simple vase does the trick.
Black-eyed Susans are great flowers to have around during the fall season. Plant them in an oversize, fall-color pot with salvia for a full and festive display.
Make your home fall-ready with looks featuring pumpkins and gourds.