The Q&A Archives: Wedding Flowers

Question: My daughter is getting married May 13,2000. I want to grow cuting flowers for table decorations. How do I find out what will be in bloom at that time, and will be the most dependable as far as being in bloom then? I have about 10 feet by 18 feet available, in full sun, zone 9.

Answer: Some of the early summer flowering plants you can grow include Siberian iris, delphinium, Frikarti aster, Campanula, Russell hybrid lupine, hybrid lilies, Chrysanthemum coccineum, dianthus, phlox, peonies, poppies, and baby's breath. The various colors and textures of these flowers will provide spectacular arrangements for table decorations.

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