Jody Hill

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 23:05:19 +0000

Floret's favorite pale yellow, buttercream dahlias: Formby Crest, Big Brother, Appleblossom, Bracken Palomino, Valley Tawny, Seattle, Breakout, Rock Run Ashley, Penhill Watermelon, Blyton Softer Gleam, Irish Pinwheel, Suncrest, Golden Scepter.

    Floret's favorite blush pink colored dahlias include: Café au Lait, Appleblossom, Castle Drive, Jowey Winnie, Bracken Rose, Valley Porcupine, Alloway Candy.

    Allium, how beautiful love the colors!

    Papaver nudicaule One of the most exquisite cut flowers we’ve ever grown, this blend of apricot, watermelon pink and pure white will leave you breathless. A citrusy scent and abundant flowering habit stretching from early spring through midsummer make them a highly prized cutting garden addition. Technically considered a hardy perennial, poppies can survive even the coldest winters, but because they don’t do well in high heat, they are often grown as an annual or biennial. Plant type: annu...

    Know your Dahlia Styles & Sizes in this wonderfully written blog post full of gorgeous Dahlia pictures.

    Spring - Summer - Fall - these 24 Cut Flowers to Grow will look gorgeous in your garden and give you bountiful bouquets of fresh flowers!

    ZINNIAS- Cutting, care and collecting seeds for a summer of happy blooms every year! NOW IS THE TIME TO DO THIS!!!

    Great dahlia variety choices for farmer's markets include: 'Genoma,' 'Suncrest' and ‘Chimacum Nadjae’

    Floret's favorite dahlias in raspberry hues include: Jowey Winnie, Mystique, Labyrinth, Penhill Dark Monarch, Koko Puff, Bacardi, Waltzing Mathilda Bracken Rose, Sonic Bloom.

    One of the most unique color patterns, each petal on this 5 inch formal decorative dahlia is a warm peachy-orange that fades to white at the tip. The effect is absolutely stunning and makes it one of the most popular varieties in our garden. Tubers available from Floret. #growfloret

    Among Floret's favorite dahlias for wedding & event design include: 'cafe au lait,' 'otto's thrill,' 'labrynth' and 'mystique'

    If you’re growing purely for pleasure and want dahlias that look great in the landscape, then these guys are for you! Even if you don’t have a lot of space to devote to them, you can still enjoy these wonderful plants in pots or tucked into your existing garden, plus be able to pick from them and bring flowers in the house.