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Our Fall Flower Arrangements

Fall is the time of year for rich colors that often include deep reds, oranges, rusts and yellow flowers. Colors that add warmth and a finishing touch to any Thanksgiving dinner. At Brant Florist we have a wide selection for you to choose from and here are a few we thought you might like!

Color Craze

The bouquet includes a blend of orange roses, sunflowers (seasonal), mini carnations, green button pops and such greens. Color Craze is presented in a lovely clear glass vase.

Color Craze Bouquet in Vase
Color Craze Bouquet in Vase

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Fabulous Fall Bouquet in Vase

With brilliant fall colors, the bouquet includes crimson roses, orange gerbera, daisies, matsumoto  asters, orange Asiatic lilies and accented with lush greens. The bouquet is arranged in a beautiful glass cubed vasen.

Fabulous Fall Bouquet in Vase
Fabulous Fall Bouquet in Vase

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Golden Autumn Bouquet in Vase 

Displaying the warmth of the Autumn season, this bouquet includes, large roses, spray roses, mini carnations, chrysanthemums and lush greens. It’s arranged with a wonderful classic clear glass vase and a beautiful ribbon.

Golden Autumn Bouquet in Vase
Golden Autumn Bouquet in Vase

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Autumn Expression

Celebrate the season with the Autumn Expression. This arrangement includes, yellow cushion spray chrysanthemums, bi-color roses, rust cushion spray chrysanthemums, yellow disbud chrysanthemums and yellow Viking spray chrysanthemums, and assorted greenery.

Autumn Expression
Autumn Expression

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Order Arrangements

If you want to learn more about the different fall arrangements, you can view our entire collection in our fall flowers section. And if you don’t see something you like, you’re able to create your own. Fall is such a beautiful time of year and we love being able to celebrate this season with you.

Daisies Daisies Daisies

Daisies are such classic flowers and they come in so many colours and sizes. When most people think of the Daisy they often associate it as being a white flower. When in fact the flower comes in many different colours and sizes. That being said, it can be hard to decide what one to choose and what would work best in your home or garden. But that’s where we come in, we have a large selection of daisy arrangements for you to choose from. 

The petals on the daisy are usually delicate, making the perfect for almost any occasion. Sine there are so many types, we’ll just talk about a few, the English Daisy, Shasta Daisy, the Painted Daisy.

English Daisy

The English Daisy has a classic yellow centre and long white petals (the common daisy). It’s origins are from Northern Europe and it is considered a hardy perennial. It’s also been distributed all over the world.

Shasta Daisy

Another classic daisy is the Shasta Daisy, it happens to resemble the English Daisy. However, it has a much larger yellow centre and grows much taller (1-3 feet). The Shasta Daisy is a hybrid by Luther Burbank in Mount Shasta California.

Painted Daisy

Known to be a very popular daisy in gardens due to their ability to attract butterflies. This plant has fern-like leaves that make it an attractive plant even after the flowers have bloomed. They’re also effective at repelling insects.

Order Some Daisies 

We have a great selection for you to view There are so many Daisies to choose from We had to set up a section of our website dedicated to the Daisy. What daisies will you order today?

Roses

Roses come in a variety of colours and are a woody perennial flowering plant in the genus Rosa and in the family Rosaceae. There are over 300 spices and thousands of cultivars. They form a group of plants. 

Roses form a group of plants that can be shrubs, climbing or trailing with stems that are often armed with sharp prickles. Roses range in size from compact, miniature to climbers that can reach 7 meters. Since there are so many species of roses we won’t talk about all of them today. 

Today we’ll talk about 3 different types of roses, The Rosa Eden, Princess Alexandra and the Rosa “Mister Lincoln.” 

Rosa Eden

The Rosa Eden is a climbing rose that grows upright and can reach 100-130 cm. This rose is pink and white and can reach an average of 10cm with 55-60 petals. The large old-rose type blooms are carmine-pink on the inside or ivory on the outside. Making this rose a wonderful addition to any garden, as long as you have the wall space for it to grow to its full potential.

Princess Alexandra of Kent 

Princess Alexandra of Kent is a beautiful rose named after Queen Elizabeth’s cousin. These roses bloom in late spring and are usually large and have around 130 petals and grows to 130cm and 90cm wide.

Rosa “Mister Lincoln”

Rosa “Mister Lincoln is a tall red rose that is renowned for its strong fragrance and was introduced in 1964. It has a deep red colour and grows to 1.2 meters. The buds open into large, velvety red double blossoms. And the best part about this flower is that is does well in most any climate.

Our Selection of Roses 

At Brant Florist we have a beautiful selection of roses to choose from. Whether thats an arrangement that we have available now or one that you would like to create yourself. Come by and visit us or order online. 

Wildflowers

What is a Wildflower?

Wildflower isn’t an exact term, it’s a way to explain a native species. And since there are so many species of wildflowers and plants, we’re just going to talk about 3 of them that are native to North America. The Alberta Wild Rose, Gaillardia, and the Buttercup.

Alberta Wild Rose (Rosa acicularis)

The Alberta Wild Rose, also known as the prickly wild rose, the prickly rose and the wild rose. Is a deciduous shrub that grows 1-3m tall and the leaves are pinnate, 7-14cm long with 3-7 leaflets. The flowers are pink (rarely white) and are 3-5cm in diameter. This rose species is native to the U.S. and Canadian norther Great Prairies and is the provincial flower of Alberta.

Gaillardia (Blanket Flower)

The Gaillardia is in the Sunflower family and native to North and South America. Many cultivars have been bred for ornamental use and are an annual or perennial herb or subshrub. The stem is usually branching and erect to a maximum height of around 80cm. And they’re almost any shade of yellow, orange, red, purple, brown, which or bicoloured.

Buttercup (Ranunculus)

The Buttercup usually flowers in spring but can be found throughout the summer. They’re mostly a perennial but occasionally they’re both annual or biannual. The Buttercup has 5 yellow, greenish or white petals making it a very recognizable flower.

What to we do with Wildflowers?

Wildflowers can be used for any purpose and they create a different tone or style to any event. You can be creative as you want, from your garden to bouquets. Deign you’re own arrangements with us, or let us come up with something for you. We have a wide selection of flowers and are happy to help you.