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Plants Used As Cut Flowers

Being able to create flower bouquets at any time is a pleasure you can easily enjoy. Growing a cut flower garden will provide you with a private source of flowers for bouquets and flower arrangements to brighten up your home or as a gift for loved ones.

Prepare the garden before planting.

Even though you'll be cutting these flowers on a regular basis, it's important to prepare your garden before planting. Your flowers will require organic matter-rich soil to improve water retention and drainage, ensuring they have the nutrients they require to grow and bloom. The most important thing you can do to maintain your garden is to cut the flowers on a regular basis, because your plants will set new flowers after you cut the first flush of blooms. Water your flowers at least once a week, but more frequently if it is a particularly hot, dry summer.

Echinacea

Echinacea, also known as purple coneflower, is a daisy-like perennial that blooms all year. It, like lavender, attracts butterflies, bees, and other insects to its flowers, adding a touch of nature to your garden. Echinacea grows in clumps naturally, so it will not spread as far as other perennials that you might put in your garden.

Echinacea's are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, so they will add variety to any bouquet or flower arrangement.

Sunflowers

Sunflowers have a distinctive appearance that can add character to any space. Sunflowers are fast-growing plants that reach maturity between 80 and 120 days after germination, making them an excellent choice for a cut flower.

 

While yellow petals are commonly associated with sunflowers, they also come in a variety of colors, including yellow, orange, red, and rusty shades. Giving our Sunny Days sunflower bouquet as a gift will brighten anyone's day.

Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums are most commonly associated with Mother's Day, but they add a vibrant and rich color palette to any home or garden. Chrysanthemums bloom consistently in the fall and require consistent watering and sun exposure. Despite this, they are low-maintenance flowers due to their resistance to pests and diseases.

 



If you want to give someone chrysanthemums as a gift, you can order the Pure White floral arrangement from SophyCrownFlowers today. This gift, filled with white roses, chrysanthemums, and lisianthus, will be adored by the recipient.

Lavender

Lavender is a versatile shrub that is popular for a reason: it has a distinctively fragrant scent. Lavender flowers attract bees and butterflies, bringing color to your garden and aiding in pollination of other plants. Regular pruning and pruning will encourage the growth of future flowers as a cut flower.

 



Lavender complements all garden styles and grows well in garden beds. Lavender requires little upkeep because it thrives in most climates and is resistant to moisture. You can find lavender on most plant farms and even in florists in Ireland.

 

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