Fall is a whole other source of inspiration for plant lovers. Gardens, planters, and tablescapes take on the rich color palettes of the season, while florists and everyday flower fans are presented with endless ways to combine plants, flowers, and fall grasses to create the perfect arrangements.
Our florists at Belle Fiori embrace the new season and love the challenge of crafting fall bouquets and wedding centerpieces for our Milwaukee area clients. Oranges, reds, and gorgeous monochromatic hues of fall color are all popping up throughout Southeastern Wisconsin, and we’re always excited to try new combinations when presenting our favorite fall blooms. Varying texture and color makes for unique and interesting arrangements, so don’t be afraid to experiment with whatever catches your eye!
Check out the link below for some great suggestions on creating Fall Container Gardens from our friends at Midwest Living. They have excellent tips on what to select in order to create the perfect fall planters…
Fresh Fall Container Gardens
Emphasize the bounty of autumn by packing your fall container garden with a variety of plants. They don’t need much elbowroom for end-of-the-season growing. This planter, an antique cream separator, makes good neighbors of (clockwise, from top middle) red cockscomb celosia, yellow pansies, blue fescue (Festuca glauca‘Elijah Blue’), orange ‘Peter Pan Mix’ zinnias, ‘Pink Pewter’ lamium, ‘Deep Orange’ pansies and rosemary. Pumpkins and gourds displayed next to your fall container add an extra splash of seasonal color.