Cut Flowers - Knowledgebase Question

Seattle, WA
Question by maggyros
April 18, 1999
What types of annuals and perennials can I plant to get a good variety of cut flowers? I have full sun, partial sun/shade and good soil in my garden.


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Answer from NGA
April 18, 1999

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Some of the best cutting flowers for sunny beds include Snapdragon, Pot Marigold, China Aster, Cornflower, Larkspur, Cosmos, Lisianthus, Sweet Pea, Dahlia, Stock, Phlox, Scabiosa and Zinnia. Partially sunny beds can include Tuberose, Gerbera, Lily, Japanese Anemone, and Dianthus. Many of these flowers are especially fragrant and have a long vase life. Enjoy your cutting garden!

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