Perennials In Style

Enjoy Fresh Flowers In Your Home

Do you dream of creating a cut flower garden?

Starting a cutting garden might seem daunting at first but is actually quite fun and sustainable. Whether adding a few perennials to the perimeter, planting dahlia tubers or sowing seeds, you will have the satisfaction of growing cutting garden flowers that you can display in your home proudly in popping bouquettes.

Once you know the best cutting garden flowers to grow at home, it can be surprisingly straightforward to create a bed or border, which will supply enough flowers to fill vases from spring to autumn. Mix up colors, shapes and sizes for a stunning kaleidoscope of a flower garden. Or alternatively you could stick to a limited palette for a simple yet effective collection.

Growing a selection of flowers to create arrangements rich in texture and color is immensely satisfying. All you need to do to get started is decide on a look, choose certain flowers you want to include, or a favorite color palette.

Come along with us on regular color and flower combinations right here!

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