Cut flower gardens provide flowers for endless bouquets and arrangements. There is no one formula for a cut flower garden just like there isn’t one way to build a flower arrangement. Feel free to be creative. Almost any plant can work in a cut flower garden, simply fill a garden with flowers that you love and enjoy them both in the garden and as cut flowers. But don’t forget to include some foliage plants to use as accents in arrangements! Below are a list of plants at Hook’s that we recommend for cut flowers.

 

 

 

Annual and Perennial Flowers:

Chrysanthemum

Gladiolus

Strawflower

Heuchera

Eucalyptus

Gaillardia

Lily

Lupine

Knifophia (Red Hot Poker)

Shasta Daisy

Veronica

Salvia

Gypsophila (Baby’s Breath)

Sunflowers

Ageratum

Zinnia

Delphinium

Echinacea

Peony

Salvia

Black Eyed Susan

Liatris

Rose

Coreopsis

Yarrow

Aster

Dahlia

Phlox

Euphorbia

Anemone

Celosia

Cleome

Cosmos

Dianthus

Dill

Geranium

Gomphrena

Marigold

Nicotiana

Pansy

Petunia

Scabiosa

Statice

Stock

Snapdragon

Verbena

 

Foliage:

Artemisia

Dusty Miller

Asparagus Fern

Coleus

Eucalyptus

Euphorbia

Ferns

Flowering Cabbage or Kale

Hosta

Ornamental Grasses

Sage tricolored or purple

 

References:

https://www.gardeners.com/how-to/cutting-garden/5011.html

https://www.thespruce.com/cutting-gardens-grow-your-own-3967491

https://www.hgtv.com/outdoors/flowers-and-plants/flowers/20-flowers-for-a-cutting-garden-pictures