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Astilbes are deceptively delicate with their long, fern-like flowers. These flowers can actually withstand damp soil and shade, while still growing between one to six feet tall. Perfect to add for a pop of color to a garden that typically gets little sunlight. Sun Needs Full Sun / Partial Shade Soil Needs Well-drained, High fertility Zones 4 – 9 Height 1.5 – 6 feet Blooms in Late Spring – Early Fall Features Good for cut flowers
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List Of Flowers

With their happy, star-like flowers, the variety of Bellflowers available can fit any gardener’s needs. Ranging from short to tall, and featuring almost every color of the rainbow, these cheery flowers are a great fit for your garden or cut to display in your home. Sun Needs Full Sun / Partial Shade Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 3 – 8 Height 0.25 – 4 feet Blooms in Early Summer – Early Fall Features Good for cut flowers
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List Of Flowers

The daisy-like Golden Marguerite is short lived, so take in its aromatic foliage and sweet flowers while its around. Towards the end of the season, you can collect them and use the flowers as a natural fabric dye to produce shades of yellow. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 3 – 7 Height 2 – 3 feet Blooms in Summer Features Good for cut flowers
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List Of Flowers

Nasturtium’s vibrant red, orange and yellow flowers not only add a pop of color to gardens and outdoor containers, their flowers also make for a zesty addition to salads. Nasturtiums are tough and thrive in droughty and low fertile soils, making it ideal for warmer climates. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 9 – 11 Height 0.8 – 1.5 feet Blooms in Early Summer – Mid‑Fall Features Good for cut flowers
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List Of Flowers

Artemisia: This perennial plant is grown more for its silvery, white foliage than for the small, white flowers, but makes an excellent backdrop for more showy flowers in a perennial bed. Give Artemisia (hardy to zone 4) dry, moderately fertile soil.
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List Of Flowers

Balloon Flower: Balloon flowers bring to mind cottage gardens, with their old-fashioned bell-shaped flowers. Plant these perennials in sun or partial shade. They prefer slightly acidic, moist soil.
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List Of Flowers

Nasturtium: These tender annuals produce ruffled flowers in a variety of bright colors and round, variegated foliage. Both the flowers and leaves are edible. Plant nasturtiums after the last frost in full sun and dry, sandy soil.
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List Of Flowers

Snowdrops: Plant these bulbs in late summer for an early spring display. Snowdrops are usually the first flowers to appear, brightening a dreary landscape with their white, drooping flowers.
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Often referred to as “the royalty of the garden,” these elegant flowers are known for their outstanding colors and foliage. With thousands of varieties to choose from, Azaleas require little maintenance once planted and can be brought inside to make a fabulous bouquet. Sun Needs Partial Shade Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 3 – 6 Height 3 – 4 feet Blooms in Spring Features Good for cut flowers
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Balloon flowers start as hollow buds and, as it grows, eventually bursts open into a star-shaped flower. In addition to its beauty, Balloon flowers are resilient in the garden and can handle varying sunlight, water and soil. Sun Needs Full Sun / Partial Shade Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 4 – 9 Height 2.5 – 3.5 feet Blooms in Summer Features Deer resistant
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Astilbes are deceptively delicate with their long, fern-like flowers. These flowers can actually withstand damp soil and shade, while still growing between one to six feet tall. Perfect to add for a pop of color to a garden that typically gets little sunlight.
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Balloon flowers start as hollow buds and, as it grows, eventually bursts open into a star-shaped flower. In addition to its beauty, Balloon flowers are resilient in the garden and can handle varying sunlight, water and soil.
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A member of the daisy family, the Coneflower features rich hues of violet, white and pink. These easy to grow flowers are heat and drought tolerant, and make for a wild bouquet once cut. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 3 – 9 Height 1.5 – 5 feet Blooms in Mid‑Summer – Early Fall Features Good for cut flowers
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One of the most recognizable perennials, you know its spring time once a Daffodil is in bloom. Their iconic trumpet flowers typically come in yellow, but are also grown with red, orange, yellow, white and even pink blossoms. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 3 – 9 Height 0.25 – 2 feet Blooms in Spring Features Good for cut flowers
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With their happy, star-like flowers, the variety of Bellflowers available can fit any gardener’s needs. Ranging from short to tall, and featuring almost every color of the rainbow, these cheery flowers are a great fit for your garden or cut to display in your home.
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Also known as blueonnets or quaker bonnets, the Lupine has grey-green leaves coated in silvery hairs. The blue or purple flowers grow along the tall stems, while the seeds are often harvested as a substitute for soybeans. Sun Needs Full Sun / Partial Shade Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 3 – 9 Height 2.5 – 5 feet Blooms in Summer Features Good for cut flowers
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The daisy-like Golden Marguerite is short lived, so take in its aromatic foliage and sweet flowers while its around. Towards the end of the season, you can collect them and use the flowers as a natural fabric dye to produce shades of yellow.
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These easy to grow flowers are known for their mouth-like petals that can open and close by pressing gently between your fingers. Enjoy the Snapdragon while its around, as it has a short lifespan, but make for great bouquets and indoor arrangements. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 9 – 10 Height 1 – 3.5 feet Blooms in Mid‑Summer – Mid‑Fall Features Good for cut flowers
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Similar in taste to oregano and used as a popular herb in French cuisine, the Summer Savory is also good for gardens for their ease of care and hardiness. When left to bloom, it’ll feature small white, violet or pink flowers that can be cut and dried for display. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 5 – 8 Height 1 – 1.5 feet Blooms in Mid‑Summer – Late Summer Features Good for pressed flowers
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With about 75 species, the Tulip is known for its bright, bulbous flowers and elegant stems. Producing one flower per stem, Tulips come in a dazzling array of colors from reds to pinks to violets and make for gorgeous bouquets inside your home. Sun Needs Full Sun Soil Needs Well-drained Zones 4 – 8 Height 0.5 – 2.5 feet Blooms in Spring Features Good for cut flowers
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With more than 100 species, the Lily is know for its large, prominent flowers and long filaments. These fragrant flowers come in a range of colors including white, yellow, orange, pink, red and purple and some include markings such as spots or brush strokes. These beauties shine indoors, just be sure to cut their filaments to avoid pollen stains!
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Nasturtium’s vibrant red, orange and yellow flowers not only add a pop of color to gardens and outdoor containers, their flowers also make for a zesty addition to salads. Nasturtiums are tough and thrive in droughty and low fertile soils, making it ideal for warmer climates.
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The Pincushion Flower gets its name from the long, grey stamens that resemble pins growing out of the cushion of the flowers. Coming in red, yellow, blue, violet, white and pink, Pincushion Flowers attract bees and hummingbirds.
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Spotted easily with their flaming red flowers, newer Scarlet Sage plant hybrids can also come in pink, purple or white flowers. Easy to grow and generally low maintenance, it’s a popular choice for public gardens and areas.
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Coming from the Greek word for “many knees,” the multi-jointed Solomon’s Seal is easy to care for. If you live in a cool, moist region, you can enjoy the rows of white bell flowers that hang from its stem.
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These small, bill-like flowers prefer rich, well-drained soil and partial shade. Growing upright with a dainty bloom, Spring Snowflakes work for outdoor containers as well as indoor houseplants.
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Similar in taste to oregano and used as a popular herb in French cuisine, the Summer Savory is also good for gardens for their ease of care and hardiness. When left to bloom, it’ll feature small white, violet or pink flowers that can be cut and dried for display.
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The genus name for Sweet Alyssum comes from the Greek word “small pod,” referring to the shape of its fruits. Its flowers come in violet, white or pink hues and its creeping habit make it useful for filing gaps in pathways or stone walls.
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The Sweet Woodruff gives of a slight fragrance that is less sweet and more fresh, similar to freshly cut grass. It spreads easily, but isn’t as aggressive as other quick growing plants and other flowers can grow through its foliage.
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Allium: Also known as flowering onion, this plant grows from a bulb or from seed, and produces globes of purple clusters of flowers atop long stems. Plant in full sun, in moist but well-drained soil.
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With about 75 species, the Tulip is known for its bright, bulbous flowers and elegant stems. Producing one flower per stem, Tulips come in a dazzling array of colors from reds to pinks to violets and make for gorgeous bouquets inside your home.

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