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Ready to spook?

Flowers aren’t necessarily horrifying, but they can definitely have a scary look and add colour to any Halloween decoration.

Instead of lightening a candle in a hollowed-out pumpkin, go for a filled pumpkin with orange Leucospermum for a spidery feeling, a velvet black rose that will make you shiver and some Physalis lanterns for the final touch. There are some plants that have spooky characters as well, like carnivorous plants, the skeletal Alocasia Polly and the flaming Bromeliad. Enough ways to transform your store into a haunted house for a ‘bootiful’ Halloween!

Check our Halloween assortment here.