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Flowers in Season: November

Incorporating seasonal favorites into your wedding or event is a great way to capture the beauty that nature has to offer each month.

November is all about texture, texture, texture! The last of the summers blooms have frosted over and what's left are hearty elements such as berries, branches, and flowers that don't mind a few less hours of sunlight.


Here are a few of our favorites:


Privet Berry


These beautiful little berries make a special costume change in November from lime green to navy blue as temperatures drop.


Amaryllis


Not just for Christmas! Amaryllis make for a gorgeous focal flower and come in shades of red, orange, white, and pink. They're a great option for those that want the look of lilies without the strong scent.




Copper Beech


This beloved foliage is one of the last to drop from the trees in fall and brings with it glorious hues of rust, copper, and gold. Preserved in glycerin, copper beech is an easy and affordable way to give your wedding a natural fall feel.




Plumosum


These plumosum pods start as a tear-dropped shape cone, but open to an explosion of fluffy feather-like threads and leaves.




Kale


While not everyone is keen to have a salad ingredient in their flowers, kale is a great focal flower that gives any arrangement a more harvest feel. It's a good fall alternative to hydrangea and comes in shades of green, white, purple, and pink as well as textures ranging from smooth to lacy




Dried Flowers


A seemingly obvious choice, November brings an abundance of dried materials to the flower farmers barn. Our favorites include celosia, strawflower, delphinium, gomphrena, amaranth, grains such as wheat and millet, and thistle

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