Here we are again at the end of another summer!

No I’m not going anywhere but sadly it’s time to say goodbye to some of our favs for a while!

As the weather gets cooler in autumn, some flowers will start to fade away or stop blooming altogether. This brings an end to some of our fav blooms but also the beginning of the season for some other favs.

Hydrangeas are a summer flower that typically bloom from late spring to early autumn. As the weather gets cooler they change from vibrant colours to more autumnal tones before they start to fade away.
We are always sad to see the end of Hydie season.

Sunflowers are a summer flower that typically bloom from late spring to early autumn.
They bring cheer to any summer bouquet but don’t worry there will always be a great substitute.
As the weather gets cooler in autumn, they will start to fade away.

A beautiful tall flower at their best over summer.
Always a gorgeous addition to any bouquet.

Popular for their succulent leaves and colorful flowers. The Sedum flower is a small, star-shaped bloom that can range in color from white to pink, red, yellow, and even purple. The flowers are typically arranged in dense clusters or umbels, and they bloom in late summer and early Autumn.
I feel like these were very late this year so might be around a little longer.

What’s gorgeous in autumn you ask?

Autumn is such a pretty time of year. The days are cooler, the leaves are changing colors, and the air is crisp and refreshing. It’s a great time to appreciate the natural beauty around us, and what better way to do that than with stunning flowers?
One of my personal favourite things about autumn is the beautiful foliage we get to work with.

If you’re looking for the perfect blooms to brighten up your home or office this autumn, here are some of the most beautiful florist flowers to consider in Australia:

Another popular choice for autumn, dahlias come in a range of rich hues, from deep purples and reds to warm yellows and oranges. They’re also known for their dramatic, intricate blooms, making them a show-stopping addition to any bouquet.
These should be around for another month or so.
Whilst they don’t have the longest vase life they are one of our favs.

This unusual bloom is often called “cockscomb” for its distinctive shape.There are several different varieties of celosia but the cockscomb seems to be the most loved. With its velvety texture and bold, bright colors, celosia is a great choice for adding some drama to your floral arrangements.

Sweet Peas:
With their delicate, fragrant blooms, sweet peas are a great way to add some romance and charm to your autumn arrangements.Fragrant blooms are a must for me. Is there anything better than the scent of a pretty flower?
I think not!
They come in a range of pretty colors, from soft pinks and purples to bright blues and whites.

These striking blooms aren’t native to Australia although we seem to have claimed them as our own. They’re known for their unique, exotic shape. With their rich, warm hues and bold, architectural form, protea are the perfect choice for adding some drama and sophistication to your autumn floral arrangements.
Keep an eye out for these arriving in the next few weeks.

Whether you’re looking for bright, bold blooms or delicate, fragrant flowers, there are plenty of beautiful florist flowers to choose from in autumn. With their rich colors and unique shapes, these blooms are sure to add some warmth and beauty to any space.

The end of every season brings beauty for the next season.

Til next time