Flower Varieties

Detailed info on varieties coming soon!

This section still under construction. We'll let you know what we're growing and we'll add notes about each variety as we learn to grow them!

Bachelor's Buttons (Cornflower) - Centaurea cyanus

As you may have guessed from our logo, we love Bachelor's Buttons! They are profuse bloomers that add a gorgeous deep blue to any bouquet.

Bells of Ireland - Moluccella laevis

These unique and beautiful towering blooms are a fantastic addition to our late summer bouquets.

Celosia - Celosia argentea plumosa

We grow several varieties and types of Celosia including several colors of both the brain and feather types. These flowers can be found fresh in our bouquets throughout our growing season, as well as dried in bouquets and wreaths.

Craspedia (Sun Balls, Drumstick Flower) - Craspedia globosa

These are fun little yellow balls that add a unique pop of color to our bouquets and dried arrangements throughout the season.

Dara (False Queen Anne's Lace - Daucus carota

This flower is closely related to carrots and is available in several colors as the season progresses.

Gomphrena (Globe Amaranth) - Gomphrena spp.

This year we are growing several colors of Gomphrena to add to fresh and dried bouquets and wreaths. Aubrianne particularly likes to add use Gomphrena in flower crowns and to make colorful garlands.

Statice - Limonium sinatum

We grow more statice than any other type of flower. It is a gorgeous, colorful filler for the majority of our fresh and dried bouquets, wreaths, and flower crowns.

Strawflower - Bracteantha bracteata

Strawflower is a versatile everlasting flower that adds longevity to fresh arrangements and dried wreaths. This flower is a beautiful addition to our seasonal wreaths and can be used to make floral leis and photo backdrops.

Sunflowers - Helianthus annuus

We are growing several varieties of sunflower this year including a special variety called Sun Fill Purple. Sunflowers can be found in our fresh bouquets throughout the growing season.

Sweet Annie - Artemisia annua

Sweet Annie is the only Artemisia  that is grown specifically for its unique scent. It is a very fragrant addition to fresh and dried bouquets throughout the season.

Zinnias - Zinnia spp.

We grow several varieties of Zinnia throughout the season. In fact, we grow so many that they end up in almost all of our fresh arrangements. Zinnia can also be used to create a natural dye in pale to dark butter yellow tones. We plan to experiment with dried Zinnia for natural dyes in the future.