Last Updated on September 23, 2020 by Ellen Christian
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I really enjoy the beautiful autumn flowers that are available now. Sunflowers and wreaths made from beautiful autumn flowers can really brighten up your room and your day. At a time when there is generally less sunlight streaming through my windows, I really appreciate a bright burst of orange and yellow on the table or door. I can’t go outside right now and find any autumn flowers in my yard here in Vermont. At this time of year, I tend to rely on places like Proflowers to bring a little beauty inside.
Beautiful autumn flowers
Because I wanted the autumn flowers to last as long as possible into the winter, I decided to choose a preserved floral wreath that would last for a long time. It was so easy to find exactly what I wanted on Proflowers. The site gave me the option to search by occasion like birthday, anniversary, or Halloween which makes it much simpler when I have a certain occasion in mind. If I didn’t have a specific occasion in mind, I could search by the type of flower or the type of plant that I wanted to include in my arrangement. Proflowers even offers gourmet gifts like organic fruits and spa baskets.
I received a beautiful Herbal Sentiments Wreath with Keepsake book from Proflowers. This fragrant, preserved wreath is hand-crafted from fresh bay leaves and white oregano and finished with fairy spray roses and lavender. Lavender is one of my all time favorite aromatic herbs. I find the scent so relaxing. As soon as I opened box that held the wreath, I could enjoy the scent of the dried lavender. The wreath measures thirteen inches which is the perfect size to hang in our kitchen. This wreath also comes with an adorable book by Kate Greenaway called Language of Flowers that explains the Victorian significance of flowers. I learned that the bay leaf says “I change but in death.” and the lavender symbolizes distrust. I am not sure that is a good theme for this beautiful wreath but the book is certainly interesting to read.
No matter what type of flowers you’re looking for, I definitely think you’ll find something you love at Proflowers.
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Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.