Ageratum ‘Blue Horizon’
Excellent annual cut flower with long vase life. Used in our mixed bouquets. Also dries well. To dry, cut when bloom is still tight, and hang to dry indoors out of direct light. In the dried state, ageratum is useful in wreaths and arrangements.
Ageratum ‘Red Top’
Alyssum ‘Carpet Of Snow’
Wonderful low growing annual for hanging baskets or the front of the borde. The nice thing about this annual is that it blooms all summer and will stand light frost, so it provides fall color as well!
Aster ‘Giant Princess’
Wonderful annual that is a long lasting cut flower. It is useful because it blooms into the fall. Asters can be dried in silica gel for use in dried flower work.
Bed Of Zinnia “Cut & Come Again”
Free blooming annual used in our mixed bouquets. Colors range from white, to pink, to dark magenta. Colorful addition to any garden.
Calendula ‘Pacific Beauty'”
This is a row of Chinese Forget-me-nots which are annuals. Note how colorful they are. They are good cut flowers and in the row (or in a group in the garden) they add lots of color.
Cynoglossum (Chinese Forget-Me-Not)
Blue is not an easy color to obtain in flowers, but this one is a clear, lovely blue. Used in our mixed bouquets. Will self sow. Annual.
Digitalis (Foxglove) ”Foxy’
Flowers Drying In Workshop
Many flowers dry well by just hanging them upside down in fairly dark airy place. Keep them hung up until they are thoroughly dry, then either use or store them.
New variety of ageratum that dries well, but the stems do not seem to be strong enough to do well as a cut flower. Blooms all summer.
Hemerocallis ‘Stella D’Oro’
One of today’s most popular daylilies because they bloom most of the summer, are low growing and virtually need no special care to keep on living and blooming.
Marigold ‘Double French’
Marigolds are the staple of many gardens, offering bright colors, and longevity. Good cut flower.
Matricaria ‘White Wonder’
Annual, easy to grow in any average soil. Blooms from July to frost. Reseeds readily.
Pansies are very useful in the garden and containers in spring, early summer and fall. They are colorful and in the springtime, one of the first flowers to bloom. They like cool weather. They bloom well until weather turns warm then tend to slacken in bloom until cool weather returns.