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Which flowers to pick~

Posted by wild_rosehips 7b OR (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 27, 06 at 13:00

Which would be the best cut flowers and/or greenery for me to start a cut flower garden for zone 7b, Grants Pass Oregon? And when should it be started?

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RE: Which flowers to pick~

A cutting garden is usually planted in rows, so you can harvest by the armloads to use for foral arrangements.
Some of my favorites...


snapdragon, zinnias, petunias, cosmos, poppies, china asters, cleome, dusty miller,, larkspur, tagets maridold,calendula.


yarrow, aster, shasta daisy, coreopsis, delphiniums, bleeding heart, bearded iris, chrysanthemum x morifolium, foxglove, purple coneflower, hirta black eyed susan, peony, gypsophila babys breath.


lily of valley, liles, daffodils, tulips

The foliage I use can be from the garden as well...I look for lacy or cut leaf type. Enjoy!

RE: Which flowers to pick~

Wow! Imagine the bouquets~


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