September's birth flower, the Aster, is a delicate flower that enhances any bouquets or garden. Used as a frilly filler in florists' unique flower designs, the Aster is known for its daisy_like petals and fringed texture.
Designers of contemporary collections often combine flowers with fruits to make their arrangements good enough to eat, an abundance of fragrant sweet peas displayed in a vase full of strawberries give a terrific look to any summer dinner party. Slices of limes and lemons work wonderfully with white roses to give a clean crisp effect. Miniature trees, stripped of their leaves and replaced by single heads of pastel shades of asters provide an interesting focal point for a large room.