You also can call it globe amaranth, but whatever you call it, just plant it. It’s an annual and has these great circular flower heads (they dry well, if you’re into that). They love sun and come in lots of shades—orange, yellow, pink, white, and purple. Bonus: Just toss a handful of seeds into your garden—that’s it.
My favorite flowers for a cutting garden! Easy to start, blooms all season long, great for cutting and filling your garden with color! Dahlia, zinnia, sunflower, daisy, and other hardy, low-maintenance plants with LOTS of flowers.
Papaver nudicaule One of the most exquisite cut flowers we’ve ever grown, this blend of apricot, watermelon pink and pure white will leave you breathless. A citrusy scent and abundant flowering habit stretching from early spring through midsummer make them a highly prized cutting garden addition. Technically considered a hardy perennial, poppies can survive even the coldest winters, but because they don’t do well in high heat, they are often grown as an annual or biennial. Plant type…
There's nothing quite like a vase of fresh flowers to lift and refresh the home. But unfortunately, most fresh cut flowers don't last very long. The secret to keeping cut flowers looking good for as long as possible is to minimise the growth of bacteria in the water and to provide nourishment to replace what the flowers would have gotten had they not been cut.
Summer Cut Flower Garden with 193 bulbs! Includes: Gladiolus, Freesia, Dahlias, Liatris, Calla Lilies, and more! If you enjoy having fresh cut flowers in your home all season then this collection is perfect for you! This array of bulbs will give way to blooms from mid-summer to early Autumn in an assortment of heights, textures and colors.