The flowers of the field fill any environment with grace, joy and delicacy. Its varied colors and perfumes fit in any style of decoration, always evoking a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
In general, field flowers are those that grow freely without human interference. Therefore, the meaning of the flowers of the field invariably ends up referring to sensations of freedom, joviality and peace.
Whether it is to decorate the house or to compose a wedding party, for example, the flowers of the field are an excellent option. Besides being easy to find, they still come at a very affordable price, some of which can be picked for free on the way.
When setting up the arrangements, a good request is to use vases and holders made from bottles, cans or colored vases. The combination will guarantee that rustic and delicate look so characteristic of the flowers of the field. You can also choose to make a Provencal decoration using flowers from the field, in which case choose light and soft tones for the pots.
If the flowers of the field have already conquered your heart and you are seriously thinking of inserting them in the decoration, take advantage of this post to know more in depth the different species of flowers of the field. Stroll through our garden and be inspired:
Flowers of the field: characteristics and main types
Of long stems, fine petals and varied colors, Aster is very similar to daisies, but much cheaper. This is good news, especially for those who want to invest in a beautiful and economical floral decoration. Aster can be used in bulky arrangements along with other species or in solitary pots.
For those who want to grow the flower at home, it is important to know that Aster develops best in periods interspersed between full sun and half shade. Flowering occurs in the summer and fall months.
Picture 1 - A simple glass pot reused was enough to house this arrangement that mixes aster with other flowers of the field.
Picture 2 - Three different vessels for the same composition of aster.
Picture 3 - To make the party table even more romantic invest in some candles.
Picture 4 - And for those who think that it is not possible to create an arrangement of flowers of the luxurious and sophisticated field is deceived! Look at this model of the image.
Picture 5 - All beauty of the delicate flowers of Aster.
Azaleas delight in their voluminous flowering, intense colors and exotic appearance. The most common flowers of this species are white, pink, red and purple, but nowadays it is possible to find varieties mixed with incomparable beauty.
Azaleas are a type of field flower easy to plant and cultivate that yield beautiful arrangements and bouquets. At home, azaleas can be present in pots, flowerbeds and gardens.
Azaleas enjoy the sun and bloom in winter.
Picture 6 - Arrangement with flowering branches of white azaleas to decorate the balcony.
Image 7 - The intense pink of the azaleas guaranteed the contrast of colors for this room.
Image 8 - The blended species of the flower was chosen for this mini arrangement inside the can.
Image 9 - Azaleas and gypsophiles for a rustic arrangement, delicate and cheerful.
Image 10 - The black and white kitchen also surrendered to the charms of this flower.
Picture 11 - Arrangement in two colors for complete harmony between flowers and decoration.
The yellow and orange tones of the Cartanus flower ensure colorful, life-filled lush arrangements. The flower has therapeutic properties very similar to that of safflower oil, hence the name cartanus.
Image 12 - A vibrant arrangement of yellow and white flowers, among them the Cartanus.
Picture 13 - You can also create a unique arrangement of Cartunus and explore the unique beauty of this flower of the field.
Picture 14 - The rustic look of the Cartanus with the delicate appearance of the roses.
Picture 15 - A little green for the arrangement of strong and striking colors.
Image 16 - To complete the arrangement of yellow flowers a rustic tie of raffia.
The Centáureas succeed by the bluish tint of their petals. Flowering between spring and summer, the Centáureas have already been considered planting pests due to their rapid growth and without great care.
An interesting curiosity about the flower is that it is edible. To cultivate it, you prefer places with abundant sunlight. And do not be surprised by the visit of butterflies, they love this little flower.
Picture 17 - The white bathroom gained color and joy with the bluish arrangement of cornflowers.
Image 18 - For those who prefer a more rustic version of centaureas, plant them in a can.
Image 19 - The intense blue of the centaureas contrasts beautifully with the white ceramic teapot.
Image 20 - How about a voluminous arrangement of cornflowers at the entrance of the house?
Picture 21 - The kitchen of rustic and retro air bet on an arrangement of centaureas for the wooden table
Who never harvested a lion's tooth just to blow their seeds and see them glide like flying dancers in the air? This is one of the most common and easy to find field flowers. And you can bet: you can make beautiful arrangements with them.
Picture 22 - The office desk became more charming and relaxed with the dandelion twig in the lone pot.
Picture 23 - And on the balcony of the American kitchen, the nice dandelion flowers also stand out.
Picture 24 - Straight from the field to the small table in the room.
Nabiça is born anywhere. In the fields, in the crevice of the sidewalk and even in the middle of the concrete. You probably have already crossed with her on the way. For now every time you meet her, she will beat that urge to take you home and put you in the pot.
Picture 25 - A classic and elegant room with a simple, but very beautiful bowl of turnips.
Picture 26 - The living yellow of the nabiças breaks the monotony of tones of the room.
Image 27 - Among the greenish-blue shades of the kitchen, they glisten glistening glistening greens.
Image 28 - The Scandinavian room gained a touch of color with the bowl of turnips.
Picture 29 - The white kitchen could not stand more prominent than with this arrangement of turnip greens.
Gerberas are a classic of party and event decor. With varied colors and a shape that resembles the sunflower, this flower brings joy and beauty to any little corner that is inserted.
Picture 30 - A treat for the guest table.
Picture 31 - A beautiful and different arrangement of gerberas for the living room.
Image 32 - Solitary vases are one of the preferred for decoration with gerberas.
Picture 33 - For a more lasting 'arrangement', choose to cultivate the gerberas at home.
Image 34 - Gerberas pink pink to match the party decoration.
The hydrangeas are small flowers clustered together forming a flowery ball resembling a bouquet. The colors of the hydrangea are defined by the type of soil on which it was cultivated, and may vary from white to purple.
Hydrangeas bloom in winter and are a great choice for indoor arrangements because their flowers usually last long after they are harvested.
Image 35 - Flowers of the field: grandiose arrangement of hydrangeas for an equally large dining table.
Picture 36 - In each cup, a bouquet of hydrangeas; note that they form a gradient from purple to white.
Image 37 - Flowers of the field: and for the room of neutral tones an arrangement of white and pink hydrangeas.
Picture 38 - A beautiful arrangement of white hydrangeas for the room of modern rustic style.
Picture 39 - On the sideboard, in the entrance hall, a delicate arrangement that mixes white flowers and blue hydrangeas.
Of unmistakable perfume, the lilies are another great choice of decoration with flowers of the field. The varied colors also allow this flower to be used in the most different projects of decoration of interiors and parties.
Arrangements with lilies can be elegant and slender, as well as rustic and uncluttered. Another option is to combine it with other flowers. Lilies can be grown in pots or in sunny flower beds.
Picture 40 - This cozy and rustic wooden house has a floor arrangement made with orange lilies.
Picture 41 - Flowers of the field: the touch of glamor of this arrangement with lilies is by the gold vase.
Picture 42 - Flowers of the field: lilies and yellow gerberas in a delicate mini table arrangement.
Picture 43 - For clean decoration, light pink lilies with white flowers.
Picture 44 - The Scandinavian style office bet on two different decorations with lilies: one in the white version with the flower planted in the vase and the other with two-tone cut lilies.
Small, delicate, but attention-grabbing where used. Madiba flowers are found in varied colors with the characteristic of having a vibrant green color.
Madiba gives beautiful and cheerful decorations. For those who want to cultivate the species, you will not regret it. The flower is easy to be cared for by requiring only sunlight, few weekly watering and fertilization rich in organic elements.
Picture 45 - Flowers of the field: passionate the contrast between the petals and the core of the madiba.
Image 46 - Flowers of the field: the green kernel makes the white madiba a flower very different from the other white species.
Image 47 - Madibas and tulips: two flowers of Dutch origin.
Image 48 - Three different colors of madibas and one more beautiful than the other.
In the Brazilian fields you will not find tulips, unfortunately, since the flower is typical of cold regions. But if you are passionate about the flower you can choose to use the artificial version of the species or, if you prefer the natural ones, wait for the harvest time in the greenhouses.
However, an important detail: because it is not a typical flower in Brazil, the tulipa has a sales value a little higher than the other national species.
Image 49 - Flowers of the field: white tulips to compose the decoration of the black and white room.
Picture 50 - Flowers of the field: the touches of red that appear in the kitchen are reproduced in the arrangement of tulips.
Picture 51 - The beauty of the tulip is so striking that enough flowers are enough to take away the ambience of the sameness.
Picture 52 - Whether classic, rustic or modern there is always a little corner of the house ready to receive a tulip.
Picture 53 - The freshness and the naturalness of the flowers of the field are welcome in any environment.
Picture 54 - Mini tulips in composition with flowers of other species.
There is a flower of the field easy to cultivate and ideal to have indoors, since it appreciates fresh and shaded environments. Violets are easily found for sale and are available in a variety of colors.
Picture 55 - A large basket to accommodate several violets; next to them other flowers of the field complete the decoration.
Image 56 - You can choose to use only the flowers of the field inside a discrete vase.
Image 57 - A bower of violets on the porch is sure of beautiful field flowers for much of the year.
Image 58 - The white violets have an even more special charm.
Image 59 - Field flowers: violet written with? Violet flowers!
Image 60 - Purple and elegant inside glass vase.