Imagine: having freshly cut flowers whenever your heart desires it! With a cutting garden, this is an easy goal to attain. Send your kiddos outside with vase, and behold the beauty! These flowers are PERFECT for your cut flower garden!
Siberian Iris is one of my favorite flowers to grow because of it”s deep color and unique shape. These flowers only grow to be about 3 feet tall, and love to hang out in an area of partial shade.
Continuing with another lush blue flower, Pacific Giant’s Mix is one of those heaven-sent flowers that bloom even during the heat of Summer. Grow this flower in zones 3-7.
Colewart is a simple beauty that looks great as a vase filler. Use it in your flower arrangements for a touch of depth and even more color. Colewart grows best in zones 6 to 9.
Another personal favorite of mine, Sweet Peas have a delicious scent that will leave you dreaming of Springtime! Certain varieties of these plants can grow to be up to 6 feet tall if you provide them with rich soil that is well-draining.
Who wouldn’t love to have a few stems of beautiful Gladioli flowers in a vase on a kitchen table? I don’t know of anyone! Gladioli flowers need plenty of water to bloom as beautifully as the one pictured. Use this guide from Sarah Raven to help you grow the prettiest bunch!
Growing up, I became accustomed to having beautiful Daffodils in my front yard. They are my Mom’s favorite flower, and I might be a little partial to them! Daffodils grow from bulbs, and they often are the first bulbs to grow in early Spring. Learn more about their care here!
Delphinium flowers are considered a perennial, and are often seen throughout cutting gardens. One should avoid growing these if you live in a hot and dry environment, you should avoid growing these. Delphinium tend to do better in areas that are cool and moist. Farmers Almanac has great advice for anyone who wants to learn to grow these!
Peonies are my FAVORITE flowers, and I have had a peony bush in my front yard from the moment my husband and I purchased our house. To get beautiful blooms, plant your peonies right before the first hard frost. If you plant your peonies during the Spring, they don’t do as well, and their blooms are often lack-luster.
Did you know that this beautiful plant is part of the Mint family? I didn’t either! Salvia plants bloom throughout the Summer and are deer resistant, seriously a must here in Utah! When grown correctly, these plants can get to be at least 2 feet tall.