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Autumn flowers to celebrate the change of seasons

by webdev

August 18, 2010

For those who are feeling bogged down by these last few muggy summer days, autumn flowers can provide a much needed pick-me-up.

According to The Wenatchee World, there are many beautiful flowers that show their true colors at the end of the summer or beginning of autumn. Those who are looking forward to cooler days may want to display a floral arrangement using some of these blossoming beauties.

Though many people consider sunflowers to be the iconic summer blossom, they actually reach their peak during the end of the season. While some varieties of this flower can reach over 10 feet high, according to The Wenatchee World, Dwarf Yellow Sprays are small enough to fit in a vase and brighten up a bouquet.

Asters can provide a flower arrangement with a spray of vibrant color. These blossoms come in a wide spectrum of hues, including soft lavender, white, pink or purple.

The colchicum, also known as the autumn crocus, is bulb-like in shape and displays is lavender-pink or white flowers in early autumn, the news source reports.

A well-designed fall bouquet can help people prepare for a new school or work season. According to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, pleasant scents, such as aromatic flowers, can help one relax.

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