The flowers available in November depend on the delivery location. In the Northern Hemisphere, autumn flowers include baby's breath, chrysanthemum, gerbera daisy, iris, juniper, lily, orchid, Queen Anne's lace, rose, sunflower and zinnia.Continue Reading
If one is looking for local blooms, these flowers are available in November depending on the location in the United States:
Eastern United States: amaryllis, bittersweet, crab apple, hydrangea, rose, sugar maple and sunflower.
Midwest: crabapple, dahlia, rose, rose hip and scabiosa.
Western United States: chrysanthemum, cosmos, coreopsis, gerbera daisy, hydrangea, flowers from the Lisianthius genus, pomegranate, rose and rose hip.
Southern United States: bittersweet, galax, hydrangea, rose, salvia, sassafras and sumac.
In the Southern Hemisphere or a specific climate zone, the flowers available in November vary.
A full list of flowers available in the Northern Hemisphere in November includes acacia, allium, alstroemeria, Amaranthus, amaryllis, anemone, baby's breath, berried eucalyptus, bittersweet, carnation, chinaberry, chrysanthemum, cockscomb, coreopsis, cosmos, crabapple, dahlia, echinops, eryngium, freesia, galax, gerbera daisy, gladiolus, hydrangea, hypericum, iris, juniper, kangaroo paw, kalanchoe, liatris, lily, flowers from the Lisianthius genus, gloriosa, misty blue, narcissus, orchid, pepper berry, pomegranate, protea, Queen Anne's lace, quince, rover, rose, rose hip, rowanberry, salvia, sassafras, scabiosa, solidago, statice, star-of-Bethlehem, sugar maple, sumac, sunflower, viburnum berry, wax flower, yarrow and zinnia.Learn more about Outdoor Plants & Flowers