Our dried flower bunch range by colour

Dry flower bunch colour guide

There are so many dried flower stems to choose from that it's worth filtering them by colour!


Our bunch selection includes dyed and natural dry plant material including natural blooms in a rainbow of colours, natural brown or green seed pods, grasses, foliage and leaves such as palms.


Seed heads and dried grasses in natural colours add a sense of calm to a living space for home decor.


Grass stems also lend themselves well to the dying process and are available in a vibrant selection of colours.


Each item pictured is the first in the suggestion list.

  • Red roses
  • Red lagurus grass
  • Sanguisorba
  • Amaranth
  • Natural red Helichrysum
  • Dyed red palm
  • Dyed phleum
  • Red clover
  • Dyed flax
  • Red wheat
  • Dried yellow helichrysum
  • Dyed lagurus
  • Sanfordii bunch
  • Lonas flowers
  • Billy Buttons Craspedia
  • Yellow sea lavender
  • Achillea
  • Immortelle
  • Golden rod bunch
  • Green palm spears
  • Dyed ruscus
  • Bupleurum
  • Dyed lagurus
  • Lagurus nat
  • Palm suns
  • Dried flax
  • Amaranth
  • UK Eucalyptus
  • Setaria bunch
  • Alchemilla
  • Barley, Oats
  • Phalaris grass
  • Nigella pods
  • Lavender blue
  • Echinops
  • Eryngium
  • Dyed lagurus
  • Hydrangea flowers
  • UK delphinium bunch
  • Purple statice
  • Limonium
  • Clover flowers
  • Lavender
  • Hydrangea
  • Dyed lagurus
  • Dyed phalaris
  • Marjoram
  • Dyed glixia bunch
  • Pink rhodanthe
  • Acroclinium
  • Clover stems
  • Dyed lagurus
  • Rose bunch
  • Poker statice
  • Limonium
  • Statice
  • Dyed pampas
  • Delphinium
  • Helichrysum
  • White acroclinium
  • Rhodanthus
  • Clover flowers
  • Dyed lagurus
  • Rose bunch
  • Limonium
  • Statice bunch
  • Ammobium
  • Achillea
  • Bleached items
  • Delphinium
  • Cotton pods
  • Helichrysum
  • Brown ammi stems
  • UK teasels
  • Dried umbels
  • Orientalis
  • Small poppy seed heads
  • Natural lagurus
  • UK wheat
  • Cedar roses
  • Bulrushes
  • Quaking grass
  • Carrot stems
  • Protea stems

The meaning of colour in a dried flower bunch

Colour can have a psychological effect which shouldn't be overlooked!

Red blooms - urgency, love, passion

Orange flora - warmth and energy

Yellow stems- friendship, energy, the warmth of sunshine

Green branches such as foliage - growth and renewal - think spring, nature

Blue - calm, icy, head in the clouds, dreamy

Purple - success - think royal purple

Pink - soft and feminine, love and happiness

White - purity and innocence, sympathy - white in home decor is associated with space and cleanliness

Brown stems for example seed heads or grasses - strength, stability, determination, good luck - in home decor it implies simplicity, space and minimalist design

Black such as coloured Lagurus - power and mystery - the dark arts perhaps

Grey - power - think 80s airbrush art

Silver e.g. Lunaria - reflection and maturity


See our full dry bunch range



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