For many flower gardeners, the addition of a cutting garden is a great way to bring the beauty of their hard work indoors. Though growing flowers to sell at farmer’s markets is especially popular, growing one’s own cut flowers to give to friends and family is equally rewarding. Among the most important steps when growing flowers for cutting is first determining which plants will perform best. Popular Cut Flowers for Vases Ageratum – Though less common than some other cut flowers to grow, ageratum serves as a valuable filler/foliage plant in the cutting garden. Each plant produces large clusters of floss-like flowers, which add dynamic texture and interest to arrangements. Celosia – Ranging greatly in form, depending on type, celosia are among the best cut flowers for vase life. Unique feathered and textured blooms are sure to create interesting visual appeal in any vase. Celosia also offers its growers a […]
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