Fall Flowers

Colorful leaves, warm scarves, and pumpkin spice everything. Throw in farm-fresh flower bouquets and wreaths, and get ready for the fall dreams are made of!

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Fall Flower Delivery

Who says flowers are just for spring and summer? At The Bouqs Co., we think fall flowers are all the rage. 

Think about it. Outside, the leaves are changing into an explosion of color. Why not bring that same visual experience into the home, too? Red celosia or mums, orange roses, and yellow and burgundy pansies all bring an undeniable taste of the season to your interior decorating.

For some, fall is also a time when people retreat into their homes. Cheer up your friends and family with bright fall flowers to liven up their space. It’s harder to frown when you’re surrounded by the scent and beauty of a stunning fall flower arrangement sent from the heart. 

To send a loved one a quick pick-me-up, some of our favorite fall flowers are available for next-day delivery when you order by noon PST. In some ZIP codes, you can even send same-day flowers.


Send Fall Wreaths

Does anything make the front door to your home feel more welcoming than fall wreaths? We think not! A wreath invites you in. It says, “This is our home, not just a house.” Wreaths let people know that they will find good vibes inside.

If you can’t go see your friends and family this year, send a fall wreath in your place. Every time your loved one comes home, they’ll see a reminder about how much you care about and miss them. Now, more than ever, our homes are our sanctuaries, and a wreath reminds us of that.

What Are Some Popular Fall Flowers?

Autumn floral arrangements are all about warm colors, even as the temperature cools down. Think about the color of autumn leaves, and pick flowers accordingly. For autumn, we love yellow sunflowers, red and yellow tulips, white mums, and rainbow freesia. If you’re putting together a flower basket at home, you can also include pansies, asters, celosia, dianthus, ornamental pepper, and croton to create a great harvest arrangement.

Of course, if you know your recipient’s favorite type of flower, that’s always appropriate, regardless of the season. Even blue tulips won’t feel out of place in the fall if it’s something your loved one enjoys. 

When the cold weather makes people spend more time indoors, online plant delivery is an excellent way to bring the outdoors inside. With proper care, a plant can survive through the fall and winter and bring a smile to your recipient’s face for months to come. In places with a harsh winter, a lush green indoor plant may help boost a person’s mood.


Top Fall Flower-Giving Occasions 

There are more opportunities to give flowers between Mother’s Day and Christmas than you might expect. Some of the top flower-giving occasions for the fall include:

  • Decorating your front porch with fall wreaths for Halloween.

  • Choosing a stunning floral centerpiece for Thanksgiving.

  • Sprucing up a college student’s room with fall flower bouquets during a mid-semester slump. 

  • Cheering up a sun-loving friend on a gray fall day with sunflowers.

  • Celebrating the Jewish New Year on Rosh Hashanah.

  • Remembering autumn birthdays with flowers!