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floral specialist appleyard london
"This bouquet captures the essence of the season, with hues reminiscent of falling autumn leaves, Halloween jack o’lanterns, and sizzling bonfires. The perfect addition to your home for those cosy evenings in as the days get shorter and chillier."
Mango Calla Lilies, Cherry Brandy Roses, Cerise Roses, Cerise Alstroemeria, Bupleurum and Hard Ruscus
Mango Calla Lilies
Trumpet shaped calla lilies in a vivid mango-orange. Orange calla lilies symbolise growth, change, and beauty, perfectly representing the changing of the seasons.
These vibrant roses in a deep reddish pink bring further depth of colour to this arrangement. Dark pink roses symbolise gratitude, appreciation, and grace.
Cherry Brandy Roses
Two toned roses with cherry pink outer petals fading to a pale orange centre. These roses signify enthusiasm, passion, and intensity.
Exotic vivid pink flowers resembling miniature lilies. Alstroemeria symbolise friendship and devotion.
When your bouquet arrives, trim all stems by 2-3cm and remove any discoloured guard petals from the roses. Remove any foliage that will fall beneath the waterline and place your bouquet in a vase with deep water and our flower food.For more flower care tips see our Flower Care page, featuring a breakdown of tips on looking after our most popular stems. Alternatively, refer to your care leaflet received in the box with your blooms.
This bouquet brings all the best parts of autumn indoors for you to enjoy, warming and brightening your home during a season that can often feel melancholy.Its vibrant orange hues make perfect as an elegant finishing touch for Halloween party decorations, as well as a lovely gift for loved ones with autumn birthdays.
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