As you know this is my first summer growing cut flowers and I am loving it. I like to learn as I go and I thought that I would share what I have learned along the way with you, so if you want to get into growing and arranging cut flowers hopefully this will make it easier for you!
If there’s one thing I want to tell myself next year it’s: Don’t forget to succession plant!
I was planning on having an early summer bouquet recipe, a mid summer and a late summer cutflower recipe to share with you. Due to my lack of succession planting the late summer bouquet recipe tutorial might have to wait until next year.
Mid Summer Cut Flower Bouquet Tutorial Recipe
- 4 Bouquet Blue Ageratum Stems
- 4 QIS Apricot Statice Stems
- 2 Griffiti Bupleurum Stems
- 2 Potomac Royal Snapdragon Stems
- 1 Procut Plum Sunflower Stem
- 1 Bells of Ireland Stem
- 2 Yarrow Stems
- 1 Queeny Red Lime Zinnia Stem
- 2 Celway Purple Celosia Stems
4 stems Bouquet Blue Ageratum
QIS Apricot Statice – 4 stems
Bupleurum- 2 stems
Potomac Royal Snapdragon- 2 stems
Procut Plum Sunflower- 1 stem
Bells of Ireland- 1 stem
Yarrow- 1 stems
Queeny Red Lime Zinnia- 1 stem
Celway Purple Celosia- 2 stems