Most popular Autumn Flowers 2012

Send Flowers Online this Autumn

As every year we have a large range of flowers to send on our online florist website available for you to send to Waterford, Kilkenny, Dublin or anywhere in Ireland.

Here’s and overview of the four most popular autumn flower products for 2012 so far.

No 1 Best Seller Autumn Flowers Online

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The Autumn Elegance Vase Arrangement is available online in 3 sizes. Buy online from Lamber de Bie Flowers and your local florist will deliver flowers for you in Ireland and UK.

Autumn Elegance Vase Arrangement 2012

Think of autumn and you’re sure to conjure up wonderful colours and textures – and that’s just what we’ve done with this vibrant vase arrangement. Bright orange Asiatic lilies mingle with birch and burgundy oak leaf in a vase arrangement that really brings the season to life. All the richness of autumn is here, plus a subtle mix of eucalyptus and wheat grass. Featuring orange Asiatic lilies with birch, burgundy oak leaf, eucalyptus and wheat grass presented in an amber-coloured carafe vase.

This beautiful floral gift is available from our local florists website for €48.00 as seen in the picture above. You can also choose to buy the larger edition for €60.00 or for that very special person go for the “Extra Large Autumn Elegance Vase Arrangement 2012” for €72.00

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Most popular autumn bouquet online Kilkenny and Waterford
Beautiful Autumn Bouquet available online for delivery.

Large Autumn Rose and Lily Hand-tied 2012

Roses and lilies are always a favourite choice. For this gift we’ve chosen exquisite red Asiatic lilies to combine with large-headed orange roses. It’s a perfect combination, the autumn colours complement each other perfectly, and the mix of shapes and textures makes this a really beautiful bouquet.  This bouquet is a real favorite with the florists at Lamber de Bie flowers in Waterford and Kilkenny. When delivering this fresh flower gift the flowers will be more closed as we like to deliver flowers that will last longer in your home.

Featuring red Asiatic lilies and orange large-headed roses expertly hand-tied with burgundy oak leaf and pittosporum, and finished with gift wrapping and ribbon.

This beautiful Autumn Bouquet is available from our local florists website for €60.00 as seen in the picture above. You can also choose to buy the smaller edition for €40.00 or for that very special person go for the “Extra Large Autumn Rose and Lily Hand-Tied 2012” for €78.00

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best selling yellow autumn flowers online
Large Yellow and Gold Autumn Flower Gift

Large Yellow and Gold Autumn Flowers 2012

There’s more to autumn than reds and russets, as this wonderfully bright and sunny arrangement shows. We’ve carefully selected flowers that will brighten any day, including cheery yellow germinis and stunning large-headed golden roses. It’s a fresh, bright arrangement, bursting with colour.

This beautiful selection is full of autumn sunshine, and perfectly complements the more rustic colours of the season. With a larger selection of these cheerful flowers in rich shades, it’s a lovely choice for any celebration this autumn.

Featuring 3 orange carnations, 3 yellow / gold germinis, 2 gold large-headed roses, 2 solidago, burgundy oak leaf and salal presented in a curved, clear glass vase.

This beautiful Yellow and Gold Autumn Flower gift is available from our local florists website for €38.50 as seen in the picture above. You can also choose to buy the smaller edition for €32.50

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Best selling autumn gift online
Autumn gift bag 2012 is one of our most popular autumn flowers available online in 2012

Autumn Gift Bag 2012

Capture the essence of autumn with this beautiful selection of seasonal favourites. We’ve chosen rich orange, vibrant red and deep burgundy to really celebrate the season, and the pretty jute gift bag is the perfect finishing touch.

Here’s a stunning gift bag that really captures the most vibrant seasonal colours. We’ve chosen rich reds and crimsons, sunset orange shades, and rich burgundy, all helping to create that autumnal feel. With this beautiful arrangement of roses, germinis and a very beautiful Asiatic lily, autumn has never been more magnificent.

Featuring orange carthamus, dark red germinis, orange germinis, red Asiatic lily and orange large-headed roses with solidago, burgundy oak leaf and salal, carefully arranged in an autumnal jute gift bag.

This perfect Autumn gift is available from our local florists website for €28.00 as seen in the picture above. You can also choose to buy the larger edition for €32.50 or for that very special occasion go for the “Extra Large Autumn Gift Bag 2012” for €36.00
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Lamber de Bie Flowers has a number of flower shops in the south east of Ireland, established for over 12 years in retail, Lamber de Bie, Dutch Master Florist has build up a name of the expert florist in Ireland since arriving in Ireland from his native Holland in 1993.
The qualified florist in the team of Lamber create every gift for you with attention to the best quality flowers and design and deliver every floral gift with a smile to the customer. As a member of Interflora we can deliver almost anywhere in Ireland and in the UK.
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Plants for winter window boxes and patio pots

Plants for Winter colour on your patio

The autumn has come and our window boxes and patio planters are beginning to look a bit dull. The summer bedding flowers have almost come to an end. This is the perfect time to give your patio pots a new leash of life and some colour for the autumn and winter months.

 

At Lamber de Bie Flowers – in our 3 flower shops in Ireland – we always have a selection of seasonal flowering plants both for inside the home as well as for your patio and window boxes.

I picked out some plants that are very suitable for planting in pots outside that will transform your terrace.

 

These winter Cyclamen will survive outside all year round and provide you with lots of colour. The Cyclamen vary in colour from different shades of pink, lilac, red  and pure white. They will look fantastic on their own, maybe with some trailing Ivy plants, or mixed with some of the other plants below.

Winter Cyclamen

 

The Hydrangea plant, as in the picture below, is available again in a variety of colours from pink, blue, purple, green and white. Remember that almost all flowers will turn green after they come to the end of their flowering season. These Hydrangea plants will dress your patio planters for many months and in the spring when you replant your pots again with summer bedding flowers you can than plant this fantastic plant in a shaded or half sunny spot in the garden where it will flower for years to come.

Blue Hydrangea plant

 

Lily plants in pots are a great favorite of ours, they come in many different colours from pinks, yellows, reds, white and many more. A plant that will flower for a long time outside or in a cool position in the home. When your lily is finished flowering make sure you take all the finished flowers out of the plant to encourage new growth. When the lily plant is completely finished flowering, and everything, including stems and leaves, has died off you can than plant the remaining root – bulbs in a sunny spot in your garden and the lilies will flower for you every summer, again and again.

Lily plants in pot

 

The Brassica, or Ornamental Cabbage is an annual plant, grown from seed that will only live for one season. If planted this time of year they will stay beautiful outside all trough the winter. This is a very in expensive plant that is perfect for planting in your winter window boxes and patio planters.

Ornamental Cabbage plant, Brassica.

 

The Chrysanthemum plants are available in different sizes up to the enormous globes in the photo below. One of these in a pot near your front door will brighten the entrance of your door for months during autumn and winter. These Chrysanthemum plants are also very popular plants that are often placed during the month of November – Month of Remembrance – on the graves of a loved one as they will produce flower for a long time and need little water when outside in a cool climate. When you decide to bring the Chrysant plant in to a warm room in your home you will need to give it plenty of water.

Large Chrysant plants

 

The Hebe plant is a small and slow growing evergreen schrub with beautiful coloured foliage. They work perfect in a combined winter planter for on your patio.

Garden hebe plants

 

At our Lamber de Bie Flowers Flower shops in Waterford and Kilkenny we are also selling a selection of Tulip bulbs and Daffodil bulbs. All our bulbs come from a local Irish family farm specializing in Irish grown bulbs. When planting your winter planters for your patio it is a great idea to place some bulbs into the soil between your plants. These bulbs will appear in early spring and give a welcome blast of colour when it is still to early to plant your summer bedding.

Irish grown tulips

These Irish grown Tulip bulbs and Daffodil bulbs can also be planted directly into your border for that fantastic spread of colour in spring. When planting bulbs I like to plant them in large groups of the same variety together. The impact of a large group of tulips in spring in your garden is much better than when you spread them out as individual single tulips all around the garden.

Irish grown Daffodil Bulbs

We always carry a range of plants, both indoor plants for in the home as well as seasonal garden plants suitable for patio pots and window boxes.  Many of our customers buy these as gifts trough our florist website.

Have a look at our website at www.lamberdebie.ie or contact one of our team in the shops to find out what other options we have in our flower shops.

 

 

Autumn Theme Wedding

Harvest Theme Wedding Arch

Creating a Arch to welcome all your guest to your wedding venue will be the best welcome you can give your family & friends.

Continuing the theme of the wedding with your Wedding Cake decorations of fresh fruits and leaves coated in eggwhite and sprinkled with sugar. An finish off with some fresh white rose petals.

Lamber de Bie

Dutch Master florist

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Decorating with Apples


Creating your own table decorations is great fun and does not have to cost much, while you can impress your friends with wonderful, creative decorations for your dinner table.

For this display I used the large Night-Lights that burn for 8 hours. (these can be bought in most good supermarkets). Small night-Lights normally only last 2 hours, and there is nothing more annoying than halfway trough your dinner party the candles are finished and the effect of your hard work is lost.

For this display I used 7 small red apples, 10 orange, large headed roses and some large orange/green Oak leaves (these can be bought in any good florist during September trough to the end of November). Alternatively you can look for autumn leaves in your garden or in the park.

Take your Night-Lights out of the metal cup they come in and place this cup upside down on the apple. With a sharp knife follow the edge of the metal cap only to cut through the skin. Next you can push the metal cap into the apple. You than lift the cap (pierce it with a sharp knife, and lift it) and all there is left to empty out the apple so that the night- light fits into the opening.

Before putting the candle into the apple dry the inside with some tissue paper to avoid the wick getting wet.

To stop the apple becoming brown brush very lightly some oil (cooking oil is perfect) over the fresh cut. This will seal it from the air and stop the browning.

Your roses are cut right at the base of the flower so they will stand up on their own.

All there is left than is to play around with the composition on your table.

As the roses are not in water they will not last longer than a day. After your guests have left you can take your roses and leave them floating in a shallow bowl with water so you will get full pleasure from your displays.

Have Fun, and let me know if you have any ideas.

Lamber de Bie

Dutch Master florist

http://www.lamberdebie.com