Answer: There are many flowers for cutting gardens in your area. This would include annual flowers as well as bulbs and other perennials. Some of the better flowers include:
Annuals - zinnia, celosia, sunflower, marigold, gomphrena, coreopsis.
Perennials - ginger, yarrow, salvia, Shasta daisy, rose, echinacea (Purple Coneflower).
Bulbs & Tubers - daffodil, amarylis, snowdrop, daylilly, iris, Gladiolus, Alstromeria pulchella (Peruvian Lilly), Montbretia (Crocosmia Pottsii).
Let me refer you to some excellent books and other resources, available at your local bookstore, to guide you through your many options:
"Perennial Garden Color" by William Welch (Lists some sources)
"Garden Bulbs for the South" by Scott Ogden
If you need sources of specific bulbs, or seeds, submit another question and we'll be happy to assist you. Thanks for the question and good luck with your cutting garden!
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