Cutting Garden Plants 2020

This was the very first bouquet in July 2017!
  1. Aster, “Matsumoto Apricot” (s) A
  2. Ageratum, “Blue Horizon” (s) A
  3. Antirrhinum, “Liberty Bronze” (s) A
  4. Celosia, “Fresh Look Orange” (s) A
  5. Celosia, “Neo” orange (s) A
  6. Celosia, “Sunday Series Orange” (s) A
  7. Chrysanthemum, “Tall Orange” (p) P
  8. Chrysanthemum parthenium “White Wonder” (s) P
  9. Cosmos “Apricot Lemonade” (s) A
  10. Daffodils (various)
  11. Dahlia, “Sylvia” (t)
  12. Daylily, “Mary Todd” (p) yellow
  13. Delphinium, “Qis White” (s) A
  14. Emilia “Irish Poet” (s) A
  15. Gomphrena, “Qis Orange” (s) A
  16. Helianthus, “Earthwalker” (s) A
  17. Helianthus, “Peach Passion” (s) A
  18. Helianthus, “Premier Orange” (s) A
  19. Hesperis matronalis, “Alba” (s) P
  20. Lunaria alba (s) Biennial
  21. Rudbeckia, “Chim Chimnee” (s) P
  22. Rudbeckia, Black-eyed Susan (p) P
  23. Salvia, “Blue Bedder” (s) A
  24. Shasta daisy, “May Queen” (ss) P
  25. Shasta daisy, “Exhibition” (p) P
  26. Tithonia “Torch” (s) A
  27. Verbena bonariensis (ss) P
  28.  Zinnia “Cresto Orange” (s) A
  29.  Zinnia “Queen Lime Orange (s) A
  30.  Zinnia “Queen Lime” (s) A
  31.  Zinnia “Mighty Lion” (s) A

(s)=seed (ss) = Self-seeds  (t)=tuber  (p)=plant

A=Annual     P=Perennial