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In our picture galleries, we introduce you to the colorful fruit decorations of autumn and show imaginative autumn wreaths from our photo community. Let yourself be inspired!
Fantastically beautiful: the autumn wreath of community member "Wellensittich", consisting of chestnuts, books and Fetthenne.
Autumn is a fantastic month for craft friends! Trees and shrubs offer attractive seed and fruit stands in this season, which are ideal for wreaths, arrangements, bouquets and for table decoration.
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Fruit decorations in autumn (16)
Nice and healthy: rose hips of the dog rose (Rosa canina).
The fruits of this firethorn variety shine bright yellow (Pyracantha coccinea 'Soleil d'Or').
White, spherical fruits adorn the shrub of the common snowberry (Symphoricarpos).
The barberry (Berberis) bears small oval fruits.
The fruits of the firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) light up in a fiery orange color.
The pink fruits of the peat myrtle (Gaultheria mucronata) now decorate window boxes or wreaths.
The fruits of the St. John's wort (Hypericum androsaemum) present themselves as if they were equipped with a small collar or skirt.
Between variegated leaves light up the red fruits of holly (Ilex aquifolium).
The fruit of the beautiful fruit, also known as the love pearl shrub (Callicarpa bodinieri), shines purple.
Almost black fruits have the common privet (Ligustrum vulgare).
The fruits of the blackberry (Gaultheria procumbens) shine bright red.
As if covered with a layer of wax, the blood-red fruits of the hawthorn shine (Crataegus).
The fruits of the ornamental apple (here Malus hybrid 'Red Sentinel') can turn red...
... or be yellow, such as the Golden Hornet variety.
Relatively small, but very pretty: the fruits of the cotoneaster (Cotoneaster).
The shiny fruits of the snowball (viburnum opulus) look almost a bit like currants. However, they are not suitable for consumption.
Autumn WreathsInspiring ideas for self-tied autumn wreaths with rose hips, rowan berries, hydrangea balls, chestnuts or lanterns can be found in the following picture gallery. The creations come from the members of our photo community.
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Autumn Wreaths from the Community (24)
"Gallica" crowns her autumn decoration of mountain ash, rose hips, thistles and roses with a wreath of white hydrangeas.
The wreath of "MonkaSchuell" with rosehips and blackberries looks perfect for biting.
"Ursula-Luise" decorates her chandelier with a giant wreath in red-green.
"Shiva" can really be proud of her daughter's handicraft work!
"The late summer in a wreath" called "Bratwurst" this image.
If you look closely, you will see that "heno" has put a cone heart behind the wreath of twigs and berries.
Minimalism in red: "garten62" uses only lantern flowers here.
"alibaba" has processed the last hydrangea blossoms into a wreath and says: "He stays pretty long."
"The falling leaves inspired me, and I tied this wreath out of oak leaves", writes "andrelfe".
On "annes" table makes this umkranzte candle really well.
"Unfortunately a little bit slipped", says "sylvie" to her picture. Never mind, the wreath is still beautiful!
WOW! Here we see "floras" result of a ramble through the autumnal garden: flowers of hydrangea, stonecrop, chrysanthemum and 'Red Eden'.
"bachgarten" presents an "autumn magic from the own garden".
For a first try really well done: the willow tree wreath of "akc".
Garden flowers and poppy fruit stands adorn this colorful wreath of "stummel".
"schneewittchen18" thanks this picture for the many nice comments from the community to the photo 'A place in the sun'.
Lush: the apple-tipped wreath of "mosquito", which she got from a friend.
"sabine-susann" created a green-white dream with hydrangeas.
Sunday tinkering of "nicolisa".
Chestnuts and lantern flowers: a great combination of "mosquito".
"lilly2" made this unusual wreath out of dried hop umbels.
The last garden flowers from the green kingdom of "cameo".
A real eye-catcher is the ivy wreath from "Blickfang".
This wreath by "Rosen-HostafanHeike" turns a simple fence into a great deco element.