We grow several varieties of the Italian Ranunculus including Cloni Success (Large), Pon Pon (multi-ruffled) and Elegance (large specialty standard). These are generally Avaialable Mid-January through March.
Colibri Poppies: Jan- Mar
These specialty Iceland Poppies were deleloped in Italy to be larger and stronger stemmed than tradional Iceland Poppies. The crepe paper-like blooms are generally 4-5" across with robust stems. We grow the light peach color. Properly handeled they can last more than 7 days.
Chantilly Snapdragons: Nov-May
Chantilly Snapdragons have open faces, are more sutible in size for personals, and have a lovely, fruity fragrance. We grow White, Pink, Bronze with White Throat, Light Salmon and Velvet.
Both Camelot White and Dalmation Peach are grown. The small, less bulky stems are excellent for even medium scale and personal scale work. We harvest all the stems offering smaller sizes as the season continues.
Just as they are named, carmel and cherry combine to make the phlox a high-demand nuetral. Their color mixes seemlessly with an array of color pallets. Stems can be curved for creating movement and stem length increases over summer.
We grow several zinnias in colors andtextures florists love, including Zinderella Peach (pictured), Queen Lime Red, Queen Lime Orange, Senora, Benery's Giant Salmion Rose, and Cactus Mix. This year we're trialing Oklahoma Ivory as well.
Dahlias: Late May-Early October
Our dahilas are heavily in the burgundy range including Rip City, Hollyhill Black Beauty, Diva, Karma Choc and Arabian Nights. Our reds are Cornel and the golden striped Gitts Crazy. Pinks include Otto's Thrill, Jowey Gypsy, and Karma Prospero. Purples Include Creme de Cassis, Jowey Morris, and the bright magenta Blue Boy. Crichton Honey is our peach/coral/yellow dahlia.
Garden Roses: April-Fall, intermittently
Queen of Sweden reigns supreme with upright heads, a soft apricot-blush color and cup-and-saucer form. Early flowers have shorter stems while longer stems develop as the season continues. We also have Olivia, Lichfield Angel, Jubilee Celebration, and The Alnwick
A member of the Scabiosa species, it's grown for its seed heads. Little balls of seed clusters are great for a neutral colored textural element.
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