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Tall, first-year flowering perennial in a wide range of colors.
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Profuse bloomers for fresh or dried arrangements.
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Rich red blooms on sturdy plants.
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Old-fashioned mix with vigorous plants.
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Profuse bloomers for fresh or dried arrangements.
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Productive eucalyptus with arrow-shaped leaves.
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Hardy, long-lived, and easy to maintain perennial.
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High-quality, cool-season cut flower.
For experienced vegetable farmers looking to expand into commercial cut-flower production, as well as the more casual — yet entrepreneurial — gardener exploring ways to create a tidy income stream on the side, these personal narratives from expert farmers around the nation introduce our top-15 choices for getting started in cut flowers. Remember to take notes as you create your seed lists!
Follow our Easy Cut-Flower Garden Planner to produce your own cut flowers throughout the summer! Our Easy Cut-Flower Garden Set for Growers new to Flowers includes 11 easy-to-grow varieties for the home cutting garden. The accompanying guide includes: • A list of the primary elements of bouquets and the set's components. • Tips for Planning Your Garden Bed. • Sowing & Growing Basics. • Harvest & Handling Recommendations. • Bouquet Design Tips, with 3 Bouquet Recipes from Johnny's Flower Product Manager, Hillary Alger.
See our checklist of must-have characteristics for an easy cut-flower garden. Here are three of the easiest, most reliable and productive cut flowers to get you started.
How long should cut flowers last in the vase? Read about the 5 key factors that influence vase life, so you understand how make your cut flower arrangements last longer, from the Flower Research & Trialing team at Johnny's Selected Seeds.
Instructions and tips for cutting and air-drying ornamental flowers: location for drying, selecting flowers to dry, prepping, and how to know when your dried materials are ready for arrangements and crafting.
What are the best practices and systems for harvesting and post-harvest handling of flowers, herbs, and foliages before they leave the field and workshop, to safeguard that quality? This survey of 5 specialty cut-flower growers distills the collective and cumulative wisdom of three-quarters of a century of farming and selling flowers, from the Slow Flowers community.
A sample cutting-garden design for a 10'x13' rectangular plot, sufficient to accommodate our Easy Cut-Flower Garden Set. Don't need the set? No sweat — the Planner & Map can be used on their own, to spark your imagination and get you sowing! For larger garden plots, apply the same design principles and plant spacing, but increase the number of plants to fit your garden space.
Join Johnny's Flower Trialing Technician Joy Longfellow and Flower Product Manager Hillary Alger for a webinar introducing the details on overwintering cut-flower production.
Cut Flower Kit – Growing Guide for Market Growers. Growing beautiful blooms is a sure way to attract new customers and grow your business. In this kit, we featured proven varieties of cosmos, sunflowers, and zinnias. Varieties include: A) Sunflowers, 1000 seed ea. of Sunbright (F1), Sunrich Orange (F1), ProCut Orange (F1). B) Cosmos: 1/2 oz seeds of Versailles Mix. C) Zinnia: 1 oz seeds of Giant Dahlia Flowered Mix. (Please note: Varieties subject to change.) Also included: The Basics of Cut Flower Growing for Profit; Growing Instructions; Sample Planting Guide.
Learn how day length and darkness affect the growth and blooming of cut flowers. Learn how day extension (DE) and night interruption (NI) lighting can be used to trigger flowering in greenhouse crops, from the flower experts at Johnny's Selected Seeds.
A full-color, downloadable and printable, 2-pp line sheet of the best new cut-flower varieties from Johnny's Selected Seeds.
Learn about Dusty Miller, a nice option for cut flower fillers and design work. We compare three varieties: 'New Look', 'Silverdust', and 'Candicans' and provide some harvest tips.