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Busy with berries

As part of a floral arrangement, bouquet, decorations, or flying solo in a vase. You can find a suitable berry for every event or season. Some berries have shapes and colours you can hardly find anywhere else in nature, giving your arrangements that unique something extra.

Wild to romantic
The sweet snowberry, pastel-coloured hypericum berries or romantic rosebottle berries are welcome guests in a bridal bouquet. Recently, we've seen an increasing demand for wilder, more natural bouquets and arrangements on the big day. The fiery crocosmia, bold cynara cardunculus, or plain blackberry are a perfect match with this style. You can combine berries with cut flowers, dried flowers, or other natural elements, and you can incorporate berries in other parts of your styling as well. Do keep in mind that some berries are toxic for humans and animals- it's best to avoid placing these berries on tables where food will be served.

A colourful fall
It can be hard to find colourful, flowering plants in nature during the fall and winter seasons. Brightly coloured berries give your bouquet a vibrant look even during the colder months, and traditional autumn berries honour the colours of the season. Physalis lampoons, a red rosebottle or yellow, orange or red hypericum berries are a must in your autumn arrangement or Christmas bouquets. Which berries do you enjoy working with?