FCH - Autumn Winter trend collections - British Florist Association

FCH – Autumn Winter trend collections

Fifth collection goes live on 1 September 2022​ 

The fifth Trend Collection is ready to run! Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk and Thejoyofplants.co.uk will be launching The Trend Collection Autumn/Winter on 1 September 2022. This collection is based on the Traditional Sentiment trend and consists of 16 flowers, houseplants and garden plants, featuring both familiar and less familiar products that combine beautifully and are in perfect keeping with the trend. A collection worthy of excitement!

The trend: Traditional Sentiment​ 
FCH are basing The Trend Collection Autumn/Winter 2022 on the Traditional Sentiment trend, a style that reflects the trusted and familiar in an ever-changing world. Vintage and old together create something new. Nostalgic flowering plants are back in fashion, as are plant collections. In bouquets, fresh and dried flowers mingle and attract lots of attention. This collection is bursting with soft faded pastels and dark, comforting tones, not to mention retro shapes rebooted alongside patterns like checks. Ceramics, coloured cut glass, velvet, wool, webbing, dark wood and stone all feature prominently.

Autumn and winter from flowers

Flowers and plants in the collection 

The Trend Collection Autumn/Winter 2022 consists of:

  • Flowers: Anemone, Chrysanthemum, Rose, Bouvardia, Dianthus and Cymbidium.
  • Houseplants: Saintpaulia, Kalanchoe, Begonia, Fatsia, Platycerium and Maranta.
  • Garden plants: Camellia, Pinus, Helleborus and Leucotho

To go to the image collection

Traditional Sentiment colour palette
The colour palette within this style trend consists of soft faded pastel shades like nude, lilac and pink. Set against that are rich and dark colours with a reassuring feel, like claret, ochre and olive green. This creates a surprising combination of familiar and innovative elements. 

Colour palette for floristry 2022

To read more about the Trend collections including ‘ Wellness Bubble Style’, ‘ Traditional Sentiment style’ ‘Bright and Breezy style’ and ‘Fresh Start Style’.

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