Have you dreamed of walking out to your garden and cutting as many flowers as you would like, and arranging them into a bouquet?
It is time-consuming and requires space to start flowers from seed. We want to revive the tradition of having fresh cut flowers in your home by sharing our seedlings with you. We lovingly grow all of our cut flowers from seed, some of which we sow beginning in November. We give them the best start, so they are healthy and ready for you to plant in your garden.
These are varieties and colors you won't find in garden centers. They are the perfect color combinations with long stems for you to create your own bouquets.
Now, you can have your very own cut flower garden.
We want you to have the best success with your seedlings. Each purchase comes with instructions on how to plant, care, and harvest your flowers.
If you have grown sweet peas purchased from a garden center, you were probably disappointed. I want to introduce you to a cut flower variety of sweet peas. They have long stems and prolific blooms. No garden is complete without these gems. When visitors take a breath of a handful of these beauties, their eyes light up. They have a mildly sweet, intoxicating scent. Their delicate petals create an airy arrangement all on their own.
We have trialed many sweet pea varieties to find the ones that grow best in our harsh Colorado climate. We can't wait to share them with you.
You will not find these cosmos in garden centers. They are the most adorable cosmos I have ever seen.
The more you cut them, the more they bloom. For a summer of treasures, add these to your list.
Everyone adores snapdragons. This variety is so much more beautiful than the standard snapdragons you are accustomed to buying; hands down, they are my favorite variety. Their stalks are so tall, perfect for bouquets. Their heavenly colors will bloom all summer. You will crave this variety forever.
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