Cottage Flora Thursday’s #6
Garden Cutting’s for Sharing
One of my most favorite things to do with a cottage garden is to make flower bouquet's for others with my flowers from my cutting garden.
When I first started gardening here at Fishtail Cottage in 2006, I didn’t have anything to share which made me so very sad! So, I have continued to plant fantastic cutting flowers throughout the garden. This way if I clip something, it isn’t so noticeable.
Matter of fact, my entire garden is set up to cut flowers from the garden…school teachers and neighbors seem to benefit the most from this fun passion of mine.
Some of my favorite flowers to combine and share are hydranges, roses, lady’s mantle, babies breath, shasta daisy’s, lilly’s, delphiniums, sunflowers, peonies, coral bells, and columbine…& oh, so many more!
Thanks so much for coming by to Cottage Flora Thursday’s – hoping you will link up a post to share with others! Please do share this link with others on your post so that they too can come by and this garden party can grow grow grow!!!
Saw a few buds today while the sun was shining! Spring is close at hand.
Hope you have a great week,
Yours looks so lovely.
My DIL just gave me a Narcissus...and a package of herb seeds..I can't wait to start them. (Birthday present.)
But I'd love to grow the lovely flowers that you do.
No flowers in my yard this week..but the ice on our clover, weeds, pines, and bushes..was amazingly lovely. Unusual amount of ice in our part of the woods in Texas right now. :o)
Thanks for sharing!
They're by an English company called Joules. They are lovely, aren't they?!
You have such a lovely garden! How I long to have one like that, but honestly I don't know enough about flowers and plants to accomplish it. I need someone like you, with your knowledge to live close to me and help. I love flowers!
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your blog is a treat for summer starved eyes. I have been looking at snow for months and months...
I will be back. :)
I can't wait for spring!
I get so excited when my flowers start popping up!
I am in the 3a or 3b zone, not sure exactly which. It is about the same as North Dakota.
Thanks for popping by to my garden, i'll be sure to visit yours more often. Katherine x