Bring the outdoors in with these Five Perennials To Grow In Your Cut Flower Garden. Grow your own cut flower garden. These best perennials for a cutting garden are easy to grow.
Now that spring is finally here, we can all start thinking about planting and tending to our gardens. So many of us are just chomping at the bit to add some beautiful pops of colorful annuals and perennials throughout our yard. Here are Five Perennials To Grow In Your Cut Flower Garden.
These perennials for a cutting garden are easy to grow and colorful. Cutting gardens allow you to bring the beauty of a garden inside your home.
I love to bring the outdoors in. One of the ways I can do this is by maintaining my cut flower perennial garden. Cut flowers are a perfect way to brighten up your home.
I always try to have some sort of simple arrangement on my kitchen island or dining table. Here are some of my favorite cut flower perennials. As always, pay attention to your growing environment. The ones that I have listed grow better in full sunlight.
If you have a more shaded yard or area, then you will need to plant accordingly for your cut flower garden.
Here are Five Perennials To Grow In Your Cut Flower Garden
Roses, yellow roses to be exact, are one of my favorite flowers. Their fragrant blooms and variety of colors are the perfect way to add a variety of color and a beautiful scent to your home. I also love roses because they bloom the entire summer, up until the frost.
Peonies remind me of my childhood. My mom had a garden dedicated entirely to these beauties. Peony are a popular trend wedding bouquets. I think they are just as beautiful in a vase on my counter. They also attract butterflies which is another bonus.
I decided to lump both daylily and standard lilies into one category. They both have beautiful blooms, however, the daylily will bloom all summer.
Asters are these pretty daisy-like flowers that come in pinks, purple and white. They not only brighten up any bouquet or arrangement but also add some nice contrast to your design.
I just love the vibrant blue color of delphiniums. Delphiniums generally bloom in the early summer. They have long been a garden favorite of mine.
Any flower that I can cut and it will come back again is certainly a friend of mine. That’s the beauty of perennials.
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