A pumpkin full of posies and other delightful autumn blooms from Notting Hill florist, Phillo
As French philosopher Albert Camus once said, “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” It is when the leaves begin to rust and the fields fill up with pumpkins, squashes, glistening berries and burgundy foliage.
One of Notting Hill’s finest florists, Phillo is embracing the warmth and alchemy of autumn with a beguiling selection of handcrafted seasonal wreaths and unique bouquets, housed in ever-so-cute miniature pumpkins.
“An autumn wreath is the next big trend coming from the US,” says founder and creative director K. Cemal K. Cemal. “This year I particularly love Indian corn, pumpkins and gourds which add a touch of gourmand to the display.”
The RHS-award winning florist caters for corporate and private clients and is renowned for its innovative approach to flower arranging. His autumn arrangements combine seasonal blooms with ivy, vintage hydrangeas and unfurling roses, in vivid shades of burnt sienna and golden mustard.
Really, what could be cuter this season than a little pumpkin stashed with fiery flowers?