Flowers by Season

Flowering quince begins to bud in January; if we cut some and put it in the greenhouse, we'll have flowers by Valentine's Day. Our earliest hoop-grown crops start to bloom in March, followed by spring bulbs, then peonies, and from then on...well, it's just a whirlwind of flowers 'til Frostmas (what we call the day when frost kills everything in the field and we can finally get some rest!) We keep cutting evergreens and berries until mid-December, and then we take a much-needed break before it starts all over again. 

 
Tulips
Foxtail Lily

Spring

Abelia
Ammi
Anemones
Bachelor Buttons
Baptisia
Bells of Ireland
Bleeding Heart
Campanula
Columbine
Daffodils
Delphinium
Dianthus
Euphorbia
Fantail Willow
Flowering Quince
Forsythia
Foxtail Lilies
Freesia
Hellebore
Kerria
Larkspur
Lilac
Lily of the Valley
Mint
Mock Orange
Nigella
Penny Cress
Peonies
Pieris Japonica
Plum Blossom
Poppies
Ranunculus
Star of Bethlehem
Stock
Sweet Peas
Tulips
Viburnum


Summer

Ageratum
Allium
Asclepias
Autumn Olive
Basil
Calycanthus
Celosia
Cosmos
Dahlias
Daisies
Delphinium
Dusty Miller
Eucalyptus
Ferns
Feverfew
Godetia
Gomphrena
Hibiscus Foliage
Hyacinth Bean
Hydrangea
Lilies
Lisianthus
Marigolds
Monarda
Mountain Mint
Ninebark
Pineapple Lilies
Rudbeckia
Scabiosa
Sea Oats
Snapdragons
Statice
Strawflowers
Sunflowers
Tuberose
Yarrow
Zinnias

Cafe au Lait Dahlia
Lisianthus Purple

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Fall

Amaranthus
Antique Hydrangea
Autumn Olive
Beauty Berry
Broom Corn
Celosia
Coral Berry
Cosmos
Dahlias
Dianthus
Gomphrena
Lindera Foliage
Millet
Muhly Grass
Mums
Ornamental Peppers
Persimmon
Sage
Salvia
Scented Geranium
Sedum
Snapdragons
Strawflower
Toad Lilies
Zebra Grass
Zinnias
 


Winter

Amaryllis
Arbor Vitae
Blue Ice Cedar
Boxwood
Dried Flowers
Eucalyptus
Evergreens
Holly
Ilex Berries
Magnolia Foliage
Paperwhites
Pinecones
Privet Berry
Spruce
 

Magnolia