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Posted by campbellsflowers on September 17, 2017 | Last Updated: April 14, 2020 Autumn Flowers

Fall Colors and Harvest Centerpieces

fall colors

Cooler weather, brilliant foliage, gatherings with family – the autumn is a much-anticipated time of the year. Fall colors pervade everything we see, across the landscape and in our home decor. The floral experts at Campbell’s Flowers have designed a collection of fall florals sure to infuse the spirit of autumn into any space. What is your fall style?

The fiery oranges and reds of the season create a warm glow that is both inviting and cozy. Red asters, coral mums, orange gerberas and variegated alstroemeria combine in an arrangement that will shine in your living room or on your front porch, weather permitting. What better way to celebrate fall in your home, than with these classic autumn blooms? (Call and ask for Golden Glow, shown below) 

fall colors

That special birthday or anniversary deserves these amazing roses, which are delivered in fall colors sure to delight. Burnt orange, coral and yellow roses create a stunning bouquet that will express your sentiment while reflecting the season in beautiful style. (Call and ask for Fabulous Fall Roses, shown below)

fall colorsOne of our most cherished fall traditions is getting together with family, but you don’t have to wait until the holiday to do it! Dress up your dining room table with a harvest centerpiece, like this cornucopia overflowing with fall beauty. The arrangement will dress up any table, and showcases orange Asiatic lilies, burgundy carnations,  and orange roses. We’ve also added some fun autumn accents, like corncobs and eucalyptus branches. (Call and ask for Harvest Home Cornucopia, shown below)

fall colorsThere are many things to look forward to over the coming months. Bring the excitement and anticipation of “all things fall” home with you, and decorate your home with bouquets, arrangements, and centerpieces from Campbell’s Flowers. Pueblo and beyond, we are your hometown source.