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Tan flowers and brown flowers may be not that popular if compared with flowers with bright, striking, and vivid shades. But due to the creativity of contemporary florists who explore all beauties and uses of flowers, the tan flowers are always on the scene when it comes to flower arrangement. Due to their subtle and soft colour, the tan flowers are often combined with other flowers to bring out its elegance and beauty.

The Meaning of Tan Flowers

Nature:

Apart from green, nature is being represented with brown flowers.

Mood:

Being a neutral colour, tan flowers make the mood stable and steady.

Season:

The tan colour of flower symbolizes the autumn season.

Abundance:

In Feng Shui, the tan flower symbolizes nature, food, and wealth.

Tan Flowers in Flower Arrangements

Since tan or brown colour is considered a dense colour, arranging bouquet or any flower arrangement using tan-collared flowers must be partnered with other flowers. The accompanying flowers must have a bright and vivid shade to create a contrasting balance to the flower arrangement. Arranging flowers that make use of only the tan flowers definitely makes the creation dull, boring, and too plain.

Examples of Tan Flowers

Peruvian Lily:

Also called lily of the Incas, Peruvian lily belongs to the plant family Alstroemeriaceae. Native of South America, Peruvian lilies thrive the most in the rich soil of Brazil and Chile. Brazil grows Peruvian lily during the summer, while it grows during the winter in Chile. It has six petals and six curving stamens. Apart from shade of tan, Peruvian lily also comes in red, orange, purple, green, and white. They may be variations in colours, but there is one thing common among them all: the spots. This kind of tan flower can be the wedding entourage's boutonniere, and if added with the wedding's motif, it can definitely add character to the occasion

Mexican Aster:

As the name suggests, Mexican aster's place of origin is Mexico. Also called garden cosmos, this example of tan flower is an herbaceous plant that grows to a medium size. Because of its beauty courtesy of its shape, size, and shade, Mexican aster can serve as an ornamental plant in any garden. Its plant grows between 2-4 feet in height. Apart from the shade tan, Mexican aster also comes in pink and white.

Milkweed:

As an important source of nectar, the bees and butterflies are attracted to milkweed. Being the source of food of monarch butterfly larvae, milkweed is often used in growing butterfly and butterfly gardening. Milkweed has its own defences and it knows how to protect itself from caterpillars through its three distinct features: the hair on its leaves, its cardenolide toxins, and its latex fluids that all drives caterpillars away. This makes milkweed useful to other plants as well, as it repels pests, most particularly the wireworms. In the garden, the milkweed emits a very interesting fragrance; however, it can also be toxic that it causes dermatitis to someone who gets into contact with it.

SNO Name Common Names Description
1 Crocosmia montbretia Crocosmia are rich orange tube shaped
2 Helenium sneezeweed The buds and immature flowers are attractively striped and the flowers last up to two
3 Tulip tulip Tulips are the third-biggest selling flower in Holland and are also very popular in the
4 Zinnia Zinnia The straight stems are topped by a pom-pom of bright candy