Why not split your November selection up to create smaller displays around your home? Vase: Holly Kemp Design
Take the leaves off of your Hypericum to expose the berries.
As the growing season for most flowers comes to an end in late Summer and early Autumn, we can start to look at more structured stems.
The Germini Pomponi looks just as beautiful and striking on its own!
This month we have experimented with neutral, earthy backdrops to enhance the beauty of the autumnal tones of our November flowers.
Hypericum might not look like a classic ‘Star’ flower, but we love the way its delicate fruits work well with both strong and muted colour schemes. It suits both compact and free arrangements.