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Flowers for Cutting

Using Garden Flowers Indoors

Rule 1: There are no rules! Have fun. While some blooms may last longer than others once cut it is more important that you try, than that you do perfectly the first time. Here is a list that was originally put together by Ralph Winslow, Extension Educator, University of New Hampshire.

Annuals
for Cut Flowers
Perennials
for Cut Flowers
Woody Plants
for Cut Flowers
Plants
For Foliage
Ageratum
Asters
Calendula
Celosia
Cleome
Cosmos
Dahlia
Dianthus, or Pinks
Gladiolus
Gomphrena
Gypsophila or
Baby’s Breath
Larkspur
Marigold
Matricaria
Salvia
Snapdragon
Stocks
Zinnia
Astilbe
Beebalm
Canterbury Bells
Chrysanthemum
Coneflower
Coreopsis
Daffodil*
Delphinium
Foxglove
Gaillardia
Golden Marguerite
Golden Thistle
Iris
Liatris
Lily
Lily-Of-The-Valley
Lupine*
Lobelia
Monkshood
Painted Daisy
Peony
Phlox*
Pinks
Platycodon or
Balloon Flower
Rose
Sedum
Shasta Daisy
Sweet Pea Vine
Sweet William
Yarrow

* Not Suited For Use In Florist’s Foam
Azalea
Butterfly Bush
Forsythia
Heather
Hydrangea
Kousa Dogwood
Lilac
Rhododendron
Summersweet
Viburnum
Witchhazel
Arbovitae
Andromeda
Euonymus
Ferns (Various)
Fir
Heather
Holly (Evergreen)
Iris
Juniper
Mountain Laurel
Peony
Pine
Scotch Broom
Spruce
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