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Introducing Our New Autumn Flowers Range

Introducing Our New Autumn Flowers Range

 

We are celebrating the new season with a new range of flowers!

 

Summer is over and Autumn is here, the season of falling leaves, darker nights and colder days. We bag-up our summer clothes of shorts and flip flops to welcome the return of woolly jumpers and socks. Here at Appleyard London we have created the most beautiful range of Autumn Flowers to celebrate the new season, the perfect inspiration for when you want to send flowers this autumn.

 

PLUM JAM 

 

plum jam autumn

Plum Jam is full of Autumn hydrangeas with red spray roses and luscious upper secret dark roses. The perfect gift for anyone this season.

 

COSY CRANBERRY

 

Cosy cranberry autumn

Cosy Cranberry is the perfect gift for anyone with warm grand prix roses, rustic cherry brandy roses, green blooms and white bouvardia. An autumn flowers delight.


HOT TODDY

 

hot toddy autumn

Hot Toddy is a stunning gift of grand prix and deep water roses, purple eustoma, deep red berries and autumnal birch. Autumn flowers don’t get much more stylish than this.

 

PUMPKIN CHUTNEY

 

pumpkin autumn

Pumpkin Chutney is a gorgeous bright bouquet, full of mango calla lilies with cherry brandy roses, cerise roses and fresh green autumnal berries. A visual delight.


ROSE ENVY

 

rose envy 1 autumn

Rose Envy is a beautiful mix of autumn flowers including versilia roses, memory lane roses and deep red roses nestled between glossy red berries and blue veronica.

 

BLUEBERRY MUFFIN

 

BLUEBERRY autumn

Blueberry Muffin is a beautiful bouquet of vemeer calla lilies with peach avalanche roses, glossy deep red hypericum berries and purple eustoma. this bouquet is rich with colour.

Why not treat a loved one to an autumn flower delivery with our beautiful range of luxury Autumn Flowers? They are even available for next day flower delivery, so your bouquet can arrive tomorrow!

 

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