The idea of adding flowers to create an indoor Halloween decoration may seem out of place at first, but there are certain types that can actually bring out the rest of the spooky decor and add a touch of elegance into your home.
Flowers too can be scary and warm at the same time. The only thing that matters is knowing how to incorporate them into the ultimate Halloween decor.
Today, I will share some impressive Halloween flowers that you can use right away in your seasonal decor!
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Carnivorous Cobra Lilies
Even the name itself of these gorgeous lilies is scary enough to make them a Halloween staple in any decor.
These flowers also feature a serpentine shape and beautiful green coloring all around for superb beauty. However, what makes them spookier is the fact that they actually feed on insects and other small animals.
To have such a flower in the house is probably the creepiest thing you can do on Halloween and everybody will love it!
Black Calla Lilies
According to traditional folklore, black calla lilies are often used to convey elegance and mystery. From how these flowers look, it’s not hard to see why they bring a mystique, out-of-this-world feeling into any room.
In some cultures, the flowers are also associated with several ominous connotations. But despite this, they are incredibly beautiful pieces that will bring color and bold ambiance into your Halloween decor.
The amaranths, which consist of several breeds of flowers, are the most recommended Halloween picks by most florists around the country.
These colorful flowers are often characterized by tassel-like panicles, and they also have small and unique red flowers that look entirely like tentacles filled with blood.
These aren’t just spooky and perfectly themed for Halloween, but they are also mysterious with the way they look year-round!
Black Baccara Roses
These beautiful roses feature dark red petals with a somehow un-velvety texture. They are perfectly suited for any Halloween decor, and you can easily combine them on a vase with white flowers for a more balanced look.
As most of the flowers on our list, these roses are mysterious too, and have a certain authenticity to them that will make them stand out in any space.
The American Bittersweet
The American bittersweet more often than not displays its true splendor during the fall. The vines produce beautifully hued orange flowers, making them the perfect complement for your jack-o-lantern arrangement or the ideal accessory for those of you wishing to set up a pumpkin showpiece for your home.
The American Bittersweet is also vibrant and while it’s not the spookiest flower you can find for the holiday, it’s a colorful addition to your home.
Halloween flowers don’t have to be spooky or scary. A good rule is to in fact combine the theme with bold and colorful flowers, and this is exactly where the sunflower comes in. It’s the ultimate bold statement for your Halloween party with its large golden petals.
This type of flower is also very versatile. They can be set on the Halloween table decoration as a centerpiece to great effect or even used as part of an elaborate front wreath to welcome all the guests. Either way, they are incredibly beautiful and special.
Rose hips aren’t actual flowers but they can still add a little charm to your Halloween arrangement. Roses typically bloom in spring but they will normally turn into seed during fall. During this process, the hips transform to create a nice orange and red shade.
These beautiful colors can be simply majestic, especially when paired with darker elements of decor. Rose hips are super dramatic too and they will lend a touch of vibrant elegance to your spaces.
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