Flowers


All flowers are grown on our farm. Our main season for fresh flowers is from Late April until Late October; with foraging, greenery and dried elements in the later part of the year. If you are planning for an event outside of these months, talk to us and let us see if we can do something!



Color Palette

Most colors are grown each season, but summer has the widest range of colors available. When choosing what you love, it is best to work with a color palette rather then specific blooms.



Here is a general listing of some of our more popular flowers from season to season.



Mid Spring to Early Summer (Late April until Early June)



Spring Colors- yellow, purple, red, orange, pink, white, light green



Allium- ornamental onion

Bleeding heart- Dicentra

Daffodils

Foliage- various green colors and textures

Forsythia

Fritillaria

Hellebore

Hyacinth

Ornamental grasses & foliage

Pussy willows

Small Spring bulbs- crocus, chionodoxa, muscari etc

Tulips- wide variety of colors and styles



Early Summer- (Early June)



Allium- ornamental onion

Columbine- various colors

Iris- Bearded and Siberian

Lily of the Valley

Lilac

Lupin- wild and cultivated varieties

Ornamental grasses & foliage

Sweet peas

Sweet william

Tulips- wide variety of colors and styles

Yarrow- wild and cultivated varieties



Early Summer to Late Summer (Late June to Late August)



Summer Palette- a full range of colors, from pale to bright

yellow, purple, red, orange, pink, white,blue, green, silver, black, brown



Early Summer (late June - early July)

Baptisia

Canterbury bells

Centaurea- white, blue, pink

Daisies- wild and cultivated

Delphinium

Garden roses

Interesting foliage

Lupin

Lilies

Monkshood

Peonies

Scabiosa

Sunflowers- range of colors

Sweet pea

Sweet william

Yarrow



Early to Mid Summer (Mid July - Mid August)



Amaranthus

Asters- annual

Celosia

Centaurea- white, blue, pink

Coreopsis

Cosmos

Larkspur

Lavender

Monkshood

Nigella

Ornamental grasses & foliage

Queen's Anne lace

Scabiosa

Sea holly & globe thistle

Snapdragon

Sunflowers- various colors

Sweet pea

Sweet william

Verbena

Yarrow

Zinnia's- various colors- usually white, pinks, purples, reds, orange, yellows 

Mid Summer- August


Amaranthus

Asters- Annual

Celosia

Centaurea- white, blue, pink

Cosmo

Dahlia- multiple colors

Golden rod- Solidago

Euphorbia- snow on the mountain

Hydrangea

Larkspur

Liatris- purple and white

Lisianthus- pink and white

Nigella

Ornamental grasses & foliage

Queen's Anne lace

Rudibeckia- Black eyed Susan

Scabiosa

Sedum

Snapdragon

Sunflowers- various colors

Sweet pea

Sweet william

Tansy

Yarrow

Verbena

Zinnia's- various colors- usually white, pinks, purples, reds, orange, yellows



Late Summer (End of August to Mid September)



Amaranthus

Asters- annual

Celosia

Centaurea- white, blue, pink

Cosmos

Dahlia- multiple colors

Gladiola's

Golden rod- Solidago

Euphorbia- snow on the mountain

Hydrangea

Lisianthus- pink and white

Nigella

Ornamental grasses & foliage

Queen's Anne lace

Rudibeckia- Black eyed Susan

Scabiosa

Sedum

Snapdragon

Sunflowers- various colors

Sweet pea

Sweet william

Tansy

Yarrow

Verbena

Zinnia's- various colors- usually white, pinks, purples, reds, orange, yellows



Early to Late Fall ( Early September to Late October)


Fall palette- more hearty and vibrant colors- yellow, purple, red, orange, pink, white, blue, green, silver, brown

The frost starts to kill off some of the summer flowers around the end of September, so the color spectrum is a little limited after that.



Amaranthus

Asters- perennial and annual

Autumn leaves

Anemones

Broom corn

Centaurea- white, blue, pink

Chinese lantern

Cosmos

Crab apple branches

Dahlia's

Foliage- various green colors and textures

Hydrangea

Nigella

Ornamental corn and decorative gourds

Ornamental cabbage

Ornamental grasses & foliage

Pumpkin-on-a-stick

Rose hips, Viburnum berries

Rudibeckia- Black eyed Susan

Sedum

Scabiosa

Snapdragon

Sunflowers- various sizes, colors

Zinnia's- various colors- usually white, pinks, purples, reds, orange, yellows



Winter (Early November to Late December)



Winter palette- browns, greens, red, silver, white


Dried palette- purple, red, yellow, pink, orange, green, brown



Dried flowers- wide range of colors and textures

Festive Wreaths, swags, arrangements

Foraged and seasonal greenery

Some ornamental grasses & foliage

Twigs- dogwood, willow, grapevine


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