What Color Flowers Go With Teal?

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    What Color Flowers Go With Teal?

    Finding flowers that match the colour teal can be difficult, since you will probably not be able to find flowers that are teal, themselves. It is best to choose a colour that compliments teal, which is much easier. You will need to get creative in your flower search, and most importantly, select a flower that you love.

    A teal dress can pose a challenge in selecting matching flowers. (Jack Hollingsworth/Photodisc/Getty Images)

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    Teal-dyed Flowers

    It is difficult, but not impossible to find teal flowers. While it is not a colour that you find in nature, many flower shops will dye flowers teal. Look for daisies, carnations or orchids. You may also request your flowers be dyed to your specification, or you can request mixed colours. Think: teal and fuchsia orchid.

    You may have white flowers dyed teal. (Hemera Technologies/PhotoObjects.net/Getty Images)

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    White Gerber Daisies

    Since teal is a fun and vibrant colour, you want to choose a flower with a similar "personality." White gerbera daisies are fresh, colourful and clean. Not to mention, the white will provide a great accent colour to teal.

    White or off-white gerbera daisies mimic teal's "personality." (Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

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    Hot Pink Hibiscus

    To add a tropical splash to your already aquamarine colour, use hot pink hibiscus. The Jamaican native will add a bright and bold burst of colour to highlight your palette. You can add pale pink orchids or light-yellow hibiscus to your arrangement to tone down the colour if you choose.

    Brightly coloured hibiscus give teal a tropical touch. (Ablestock.com/AbleStock.com/Getty Images)

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    Pale Yellow Daffodils

    You can take a look at a colour wheel to see that the best colour to compliment teal is a shade of yellow. Daffodils, from the genus Narcissus, have a telltale bell shape in the centre surrounded by petals on the outside. They will add a subtle and unique touch to your teal colour scheme and make a great centrepiece or boutonnière.

    Yellow daffodils are a great complient to teal. (NA/Photos.com/Getty Images)

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