We get asked quite often, “What kinds of flowers do you grow on the farm?” and there is no quick answer! We focus only on heirloom and specialty varieties for all flowers, especially when it comes to garden staples like zinnias and tulips. There are simply too many varieties and colors to list with each type of flower, for example we grow 15 varieties of ranunculus and over 30 types of dahlias alone.

 
 

~ Early Spring ~ 

  • Anemone

  • Bupleurum

  • Fritillaria

  • Geum

  • Lilac

  • Narcissus, specialty

  • Ranunculus

  • Italian Ranunculus

  • Tulips, specialty

 
 

~ SPRING ~ 

  • Agrostemma

  • Ammi / Queen Annes Lace

  • Astrantia

  • Bells of Ireland

  • Bouquet Dill

  • Bupleurum

  • Campanula

  • Cosmos

  • Dara / Chocolate Lace Flower

  • Delphinium

  • Dianthus

  • Feverfew

 
  • Forget Me Not

  • Foxglove

  • Garden Roses

  • Italian Poppy

  • Love in the Mist / Nigella

  • Orlaya

  • Peony

  • Scabiosa

  • Snapdragon

  • Sweet Pea

  • Yarrow

 

~ Summer ~

  • Ageratum

  • Ammi / Queen Annes Lace

  • Celosia

  • Chocolate Cosmos

  • Cosmos

  • Cup and Saucer Vine

  • Dahlias!

  • Dara / Chocolate Lace Flower

  • Gomphrena

  • Herbs

  • Lisianthus

  • Love in a Puff Vine

  • Nicotiana

  • Phlox

  • Rudbeckia

  • Scabiosa

  • Scented Geranium

  • Shiso

  • Sunflower

  • Tuberose

  • Veronica

  • Yarrow

  • Zinnia

 
 

~ fall ~

  • Amaranth

  • Artichoke

  • Celosia

  • Chocolate Cosmos

  • Dara / Chocolate Lace Flower

  • Cosmos

  • Cotton, Heirloom

  • Dahlias!

  • Eucalyptus

  • Forget Me Not

  • Garden Roses

  • Gomphrena

  • Herbs

  • Hibiscus foliage (mahogany)

  • Lisianthus

  • Heirloom mums

  • Phlox

  • Rudbeckia

  • Scabiosa

  • Shiso

  • Strawflower

  • Sunflower

  • Veronica

  • Zinnia