At this time of the year many orange, red and yellow flowers appear in Autumn bouquets. However there is more to it than just flowers! Distinctive branches with hips and seductive lanterns (Physalis) can be a sight for sore eyes too, especially mixed together to create a unique Autumn bouquet.

Both the Rosehip and the Physalis once were a flower; only after pollination the hips are created. The Physalis also has berries, however they are hidden within the orange Physalis.

By mixing these two plants in a bouquet you can create a fiery explosion of colours. The Rosehips are available in bright red, yellow and orange. By mixing these with the irresistible orange Physalis, the Autumn colours will create wild, natural look.


Credits: 365 Days of Flowers

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