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Posted by triasflowers on September 27, 2021 | Last Updated: October 1, 2021 Uncategorized

Embrace the Rich Colors of Fall with These Exquisite Blooms

It must be the way the sun’s rays penetrate the atmosphere during the fall season that makes all the colors take on warmer, deeper, and richer hues. These spectacular colors are one of the many things that make fall special. Here at Trias Flowers, we love working with beautiful, fresh seasonal flowers, and fall has some of the most dazzling and dramatic blooms of the year. With a range of names to describe the many splendid colors of fall and gorgeous blooms to match, we can’t wait to show you our favorite fall flowers

Bring the Wonderful Colors of Fall Inside With  These Flowers


Warm RedsBurgundy, Carmine, Maroon, Ruby, Scarlett & Crimson

The rich red colors of fall are warm and welcoming. Besides a variety of flowers, shades of deep reds are seen in plaid blankets, harvest wreaths, changing leaves, fall coats, and red apples. Red hues are some of the most popular colors associated with the fall season.

Fall flowers that bloom in red: celosia, dahlia, dianthus, gerbera daisies, mums, rose, snapdragons

Uplifting YellowsButterscotch, Gold, Goldenrod, Yellow Ochre & Saffron

Fall yellows consist of many soft and warm hues like butterscotch, saffron, and yellow ochre, as well as bright golden and royal yellows. Pops of joyful yellow colors can be found in raincoats, turning leaves, corn, squash, and fall flowers.

Fall flowers that bloom in yellow: billy balls, black-eyed Susans, celosia, Gerbera daisies, golden asters, mums, pansies, rudbeckia, sunflowers

Comforting OrangesAmber, Auburn, Carnelian, Ginger & Flame

The color orange is one of the most popular colors of fall. Found in pumpkins, candy corn, dropping leaves, and gourd, this vibrant color is everywhere. Warm and loud, the color orange evokes positive emotions, excitement, and enthusiasm.

Fall flowers that bloom in orange: bleeding hearts false sunflowers, calla lilies, dahlias, gerbera daisies, mums, roses, rudbeckia, zinnias

Natural BrownsChocolate, Sepia, Tan, Umber, Mahogany & Coffee

The browns hues of fall have a natural, down-to-earth aspect to them. Feelings commonly associated with the color brown include resilience, security, and honesty. Look for soft browns in turning leaves, hot cocoa, wood burning in the fireplace, and chocolate desserts.

Fall flowers that bloom in brown: Chocolate cosmos, Echibeckia ‘Summerina Brown’, dahlias, dried coneflower heads, dried lotus pods, dried scabiosa pods, mums, orchids, pansies

Luxurious PurplesPlum, Lavender, Raisin, Amethyst & Mauve

Deep shades of purple represent power, sophistication, romanticism, and luxury. In contrast to the many warm and vibrant yellows, oranges, and reds of the season, fall purples provide coolness, relaxation, and quietness. Find shades of plum-like purples in falling leaves, currants, plums, sweaters, and winter scarves.

Fall flowers that bloom in purple: asters, calla lily, cornflower, dahlia, heather, mums, ornamental kale, pansies, perennial sage, statice

Harmonious GreensEmerald, Fern, Forest, Olive & Verdant

Greenery added to autumn bouquets provides a natural, fresh setting for the dramatic blooms of fall to shine. Typical greens used in fall floral arrangements have a soft, muted shade of green to mid-toned green. Green colors evoke feelings of safety, health, and serenity and welcome additions to all bouquets.

Popular fall greenery to pair with autumn blooms: eucalyptus, dusty miller, leatherleaf fern, myrtle

Awesome Fall Flowers

Fall is a great time to celebrate the colorful flowers that bloom during this season. Add dramatic beauty and intense color to any room of your home for instant style and beauty. Or, send gorgeous fall flowers to boost someone’s spirit, celebrate a birthday, or welcome the autumn season. Take a look at some gorgeous fall flowers now!