Halloween Flowers

Halloween Flowers
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Pumpkins and Gourds
£35.00
Burnt Amber Calla Lily 6 Colours
From £60.00
Free Spirit Rose 10 Colours
From £55.00
Honey Bunny Chrysanthemum 10 Colours
From £55.00
Honey Snapdragon 5 Colours
From £45.00
Black Pearl Lisianthus 10 Colours
From £40.00
Chocolate Hypericum 6 Colours
From £40.00
Midnight Calla Lily 6 Colours
From £60.00
Chocolate Decadence Vanda Cut Orchid 12 Colours
From £45.00
Bailey Bud Vase Set
£75.00
Tuberose Scented Candle
£50.00
Peony Scented Candle
£50.00
Muguet Scented Candle
£50.00
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What Flower Represents Halloween?

It is the time for fun flowers in a range of spooky yet elevated shades, varieties, and Halloween flower arrangements. There is no one flower that represents Halloween, from roses and orchids, to chrysanthumums and cala lilies, we believe seasonal is still always best, no matter the occasion.

What Is The Colour For Halloween Flowers?

The best colours for a Halloween bouquet are those associated with the season. Colours like pumpkin orange, blood red, and ghostly white, teamed with rich and unusual shades of deep purple and black are great for Halloween.

How Do I Make A Pumpkin Flower Arrangement?

Making a pumpkin flower arrangement is as simple as it is stylish. 1. Pick big and blousey stems likes hydrangeas and roses 2. Hollow out the centre of one of our pumpkins or gourds 3. Fill with your favourite FLOWERBX varieties. 4. Display on a tablescape, coffee table, or window-sill.

Are Black Flowers Real?

There are no flowers that are really black in colour. Our black flowers include chocolate-toned burgundy, and deepest purples and dark reds. At FLOWERBX, we think seasonal and natural is always best and you won't find sprayed flowers with us but you can still enjoy Black hued flowers inspired by the theme of Halloween.

Do Pumpkins Have Flowers?

Yes! The pumpkin plant produces both male and female pumpkin flowers. Pumpkins are members of the Cucurbit family, which includes squash, cantaloupe melon, watermelon, and cucumber. They rely on bees for pollination and - once this has occured - the pumpkin can grow, ready to be harvested.