Perennials for Cut Flowers - Knowledgebase Question

Los Angeles, CA
Question by bluepride99
November 2, 1997
What perennials are fast growing and/or best in floral arrangements?

Answer from NGA
November 2, 1997


Most perennials require a year or two to get established before they begin to flower freely. If you are looking for a quick display, plant annuals.

Some good perennials for your climate are: coreopsis, coneflowers, alstroemeria, achillea, gerbera,foxglove, and liatris. Check out your local garden centers and nurseries. They are often the best place to research flowers suitable for your region.

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