When winter is here, temperatures drop, the weather turns gray and snow is on the way. Fortunately, there are beautiful flowers that will bring joy to your garden and that you can enjoy inside the house for your decoration. For an ideal cocooning winter season, a pretty bouquet of flowers in warm colors will be perfect. This article invites you to discover the seasonal flowers that can be picked from your garden to make bouquets.

The mimosa to brighten up the winter days

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If there is one flower in the garden that seduces in winter and can be used to make a bouquet, it is the mimosa. Particularly appreciated for its intoxicating fragrance who is a real reminder of vanilla notesthe mimosa in the form of bouquet of flowers brings a little sunshine into your interior. The mimosa has a evergreen which perfectly adorns your garden all year round. When winter comes, small balls of golden yellow color appear to make you forget the gray skies of the winter season. A bouquet of mimosa flowers will therefore come light up your living room and his intoxicating smell will bring warmth to hearts.

Ranunculus, the quintessential winter flower

Ranunculus is the most popular flower in winter. His delicate look and his rounded shapes will bring your home decor to life. It’s about a dynamic flower whose bouquet will be used to energize your interior. You will particularly appreciate the fact that the appearance of the flower changes over the days. When it is picked to make your bouquet, the ranunculus is in a compact ball. It is only gradually that it opens to reveal frilly petals. A bunch of ranunculus triple in size over time, which is a real pleasure for the eyes. For your flower arrangement, you have the choice between a soft composition with pastel pink, white, beige or a colorful composition with green, purple and red.

The camellia for a romantic touch to the decoration

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There is nothing better than a bouquet of camellias to banish the grayness of the winter season from your interior. Whether red, white or pink camellia flowers, they will look perfect in your living room, kitchen, office or bedroom. For winter, the Camellia Sayaka will be the ideal garden flower. This flower has a white heart and purple outer petals. In the form of a decorative bouquet, this camellia is particularly appreciated for its color which becomes darker and darker as it ages. You can also opt for the variegated camellia from Gaujacq whose each flower is a unique variety. The flowers have pink-red streaks which vary from flower to flower. Finally, there is the Camellia Betty Patricia which is incredibly beautiful with rose shaped flowers. It is this feature that sets it apart from other camellias.

Hellebore, the Christmas rose

It is not for nothing that this garden flower is nicknamed the Christmas rose. The hellebore blooms in the middle of winter and is made up of 5 intertwined petals with a rather mysterious bright yellow heart. A bouquet with these flowers will bring a ray of sunshine into a living room or living room. This winter garden flower is appreciated for its high frost resistance. His white and sometimes pink flowers tend to pink-red or green when fading. Hellebores have a delicate appearance which makes it possible to obtain elegance in the creations of bouquets. In small bouquets, mixed with other flowers or in floral arrangements, hellebore flowers are perfect for brightening up an interior decoration.

The anemone, the chic and vintage flower for winter

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The anemone is a variety of winter garden flowers that will charm you with its black heart surrounded by delicate petals. In a round vase in the center of a table, this flower both elegant and vintage brings a real plus to your interior decoration. The petals of this flower have the appearance of velvet, which makes the flower the queen of winter flower bouquets. Anemone comes in a wide range of vibrant colors from intense purple to pure white or deep red. This wild flower is truly full of charm, and your bouquet will be even more dazzling if you associate the anemone with the ranunculus. To enjoy the beauty of your anemone bouquet for a long time, take the time to bevel the stem. Make sure that the vase is placed away from direct light and above all change the water in the vase every two days.

With these proposals, be sure to make beautiful bouquets of flowers!

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