The Q&A Archives: Fall Cut Flowers

Question: From seed I want to plant flowers for cutting and arranging that will bloom in the fall. Could you give me a list of seeds I should buy.

Answer: Some of the most reliable cutting garden plants include Rudbeckia, Sunflowers, Baby's Breath, Liatrus, Lisianthus, Snapdragons, Salvia, Zinnias, Lavatera, Cosmos, Clarkia, Calendula and Scabiosa (pincushion flower). You may want to include some earlier blooming plants in your garden, just for fun. Some colorful additions include Delphinium, Astilbe, Achillea, Daisies of all kinds, and Monarda. Enjoy your new garden!

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