If you love making fresh flower arrangements, planting a cutting garden is the best way to ensure you always have lots of beautiful, homegrown flowers, ready for picking.
When you’re designing a regular flower garden, you need to think about plants that look good together and will bloom in pleasing color combinations. But the purpose of a cutting garden is different. It’s all about production, and the measure of your success is abundance!
For a backyard cutting garden, there are three things you want to think about: maximizing production, minimizing maintenance, and growing flowers and foliage that will look great together in a vase.
Some gardens have more challenges than others. Some are full shade others are full sun. Some are rowdy and bursting with color or are calming and peaceful. Some are high-maintenance while others need less time and attention. Regardless of what garden you dream of, it pays to have a plan and get some help. Whether you are a gardener, or a garden-lover, we can help.