What Flowers Are the Most Beautiful for the Holiday Season? Where Can I Get Them?
A Holiday arrangement should be filled with one or more of these for optimal beauty and festivity:
- Fresh pine
For more information on the classic poinsettia, fresh pine and other Christmas flower favorites—and how to care for them, consult Town & Country.
The gorgeous winter holiday arrangements at Chelsea Flowers have it all!
- The Tis the Season poinsettia arrangement is one of the most beautiful and holiday appropriate gifts to give and receive (when else, other than Christmas, can we enjoy poinsettias?) The vivid red color will immediately put even the biggest Scrooge in a festive mood!
- The Cabin Fever bouquet is comprised of roses, hypericum berries, pine needles, thistle and white poinsettias and is a truly unique arrangement that is perfect for the Christmas season; its spiky pine needles almost resemble a crown of thorns.
- The Frosty Fun is a perfect example of glamorous flowers; the combination of romantic red roses, hypericum berries and sprigs of rich forest green pine makes for the perfect floral arrangement. And don’t forget the glitter to resemble snow and shiny ornaments for embellishment! (Whenever you have a pine arrangement or wreath, don’t hesitate to spray it with fake snow or sprinkle glitter to create a winter wonderland effect.)
- Deck the Halls is made with fresh sprigs of pine, perfectly beautiful pinecones and holly; this one will really inspire you to deck the halls!
- Winter Wonderland is an explosion of color. The emerald mass of garlands made in the form of a grand wreath is filled with fresh pine, pinecones, red bows and shiny Christmas ornaments.
- The North Pole or Bust bouquet is the perfect gift for your ultra chic friends! With white roses, red berries, blue spiky sea holly and white and silver twigs, this look is a wonderful mix of modern and traditional Christmas décor.
For more information on the floral arrangements mentioned in this blog (along with pricing and other details), visit the Chelsea Flowers website and consult the “Celebrate Winter” selection along with the links provided below:
For more information on Christmas plants and how to care for them, just ask Country Living.
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