If you want to capture the freshness and bountifulness of a lush English garden, then choosing an English Garden style arrangement is the way to go. This gorgeous style contains flowers that bloom together seasonally, as they would in nature. It represents what you would expect to find sitting on the breakfast table inside an English cottage that has an abundant and overflowing garden from where the flowers were just freshly cut. At Norton’s Florist, the English Garden style is a design we love to create, and we can help you with designing the perfect cottage garden-like floral arrangement for your home or special occasion.
English Garden Style Features
Features of the English Garden Style flower arrangement include large blooms with a wonderful mix of various other flowers and plenty of greenery. The feeling burgeoning growth and fullness pulled together in an informal way and placed in a decorative urn or vase is typical of this style. Often falling into an organic oval or round shape, the essence of the garden style is effortless, naturalistic beauty. Large blooms such as dahlias, roses, carnations, and peonies are often combined with spikey accents such as larkspur, snapdragon, foxglove, and hollyhock to give the look of a typical cottage garden. Typically including a mix of vibrant colors, there is also a trend of mostly pastel-colored blooms punctuated with spots of bright colors.
An example of this style can be seen in our English Garden bouquet which has blue hydrangea, iris, fragrant white stock, and white gerbera daisies with accents of waxflower, eucalyptus, dusty miller, eryngium and Queen Anne’s lace. Abundant, lush, soft, and pretty…this is a design that can be replicated with any flowers that bloom together.
Best Occasions For Use
When understated elegance and fragrant, natural pairings of in-season blooms are desired, then this is the style you want. Perfect for Mother’s Day, Just Because, Anniversaries or really any occasion, the English Garden style is beloved by most people. In fact, no occasion is even needed, this is a floral arrangement that reflects the charm of the English countryside, and who wouldn’t want that in their home every day?