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April 20, 2019

Cut Flower Gardening – Planting and Decorating

Design simple, stunning bouquets with plants from your own garden.  A landscape can be more than just curb appeal and trees for shade.  Consider how you like to enjoy your beautiful home on the inside.

Rudbeckia Black Eyed Susan in mason jar
Peony Flower
Cut Peony Flower Bouquet

Design simple, stunning bouquets with plants from your own garden. A landscape can be more than just curb appeal and trees for shade.  Consider how you like to enjoy your beautiful home on the inside. You spend time arranging throw pillows, framed art, family photos, and cherished nik nacks.  When it comes time to celebrate in the indoors, you purchase flowers from the farmers market or grocery store to make nice arrangements. You can’t deny that the very best arrangement is one that you invest in for yourself and your family, and not for a specific event. What if you had the means to create arrangements all summer long? Maybe a mini vase in the bathroom with small stems of cosmos could be changed out weekly, or decide to celebrate the purple flowers of the Hosta blooming season with a bedroom vase stuffed with the arching lavender petals of this seemingly ordinary garden favorite.

Daisy
Just Daisy Flower

Plant a selection of sought after perennials and annuals to enhance your home’s interior and your outdoor garden spaces.

HOSTA flower
Hosta Flower

Here are some of our favorites:

Perennials: Delphinium, Echinacea, Peonies, Coreopsis, Scabiosa (seed heads are cool), Achillea & Asters

Shrubs: Roses, Hydrangea, Honeysuckle & Viburnum

Annuals: Cosmos, Dahlia, Amaranth, Zinnias, Gerbera Daisies, Pentas and Gomphrena

Bulbs: Daffodils, Allium, Tulips and Hyacinth

Pin Cushion Flower-Scabiosa
Pin Cushion Flower-Scabiosa

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