Locally grown cut flowers are a blossoming trend. There has been an increase in demand for them, whether for grand occasions such as
weddings or for simple home table settings. They are fresher, brighter, more fragrant, more economical, and longer lasting than imported
varieties. Local cuts save on shipping and leave a much smaller carbon footprint.
Both large and small farms are expanding their flower operations, as cut flower sales can strengthen and compliment income from locally
grown fruits, vegetables and herbs. Flowers also attract honeybees and other beneficial pollinators, and this helps farm production.
In addition to zinnias, sunflowers, orlaya, and gomphrena, cut flowers can include ornamental grasses, herbs (such as basil or dill),
foliage, or grains. Twilley Seed is delighted to offer many varieties of cut flower seed; look for this symbol throughout our flower section:
For an even more extensive selection of cut flower seeds, please contact us.
Approx. 90,000 sd/oz. Sow 4-6 weeks before spring sale.
Germ in about 8 days at 60-70°F. Lovely, sweet-smelling,
dainty flower clusters; excellent for beds, borders, containers
and window boxes. Best in full sun, well-drained soil.
Bloom June to frost. Space 6-12” apart.
6107 Clear Crystals White FilmCoat. Large, durable
flowers with tetraploid vigor and strong, thick texture.
Extra early and showy at sale and in the garden.
6” spreading to 12”.
100sd 1.55 500sd 2.20 1M 3.15 5M 2.35/M
6157 New Carpet of Snow Dwarf, spreading plants are
uniform and compact. Pure white flowers. Ht. 3”.
Wonderland Series Ideal for bedding plant use. Compact
and early to bloom. Ht. 3”.
6213 White 6214 Mix
Prices for New Carpet of Snow and Wonderland
100sd 1.55 500sd 2.10 1M 3.00 5M 1.15/M
Sow direct seed after last frost; transplant 4-6 weeks before
last frost. Germ
in 7-10 days at 70-75°F. Prefers sun. Space
FYF = First Year Flowering
Indicates varieties suitable for cut flower production
Clear Crystals White
Approx. 170,000 sd/oz. Sow sd 8-12 weeks before spring
sales. Germ in about 10 days at 65-75°F. Great for cutting,
drying, or in sunny gardens. Hardy in zones 4-8. Aromatic
blooms compliment fern-like foliage. Space 1-1½’ apart.
Approx. 200,000 sd/oz. Also known as Floss Flower. Sow
sd 12-14 weeks before spring sales. Germ in 7-10 days at
70-80°F, in light. Good annual for borders, bedding, pots.
Full sun to partial shade. Blooms early summer to frost.
Space 6-12” apart.
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6040 Summer Pastels Mix Blooms first year if planted
early. Compact plants bloom in a wide
range of shades including pink, rose,
apricot, cream, beige, lavender and white. Ht. 30”.
100sd 1.95 500sd 7.90 1M 12.15 5M 10.25/M
6050 Golden Jubilee Unique golden foliage shifting
towards lime on lower leaves. Massive color
display in landscape or container. Crowned
with dense spikes of contrasting lavender blue.
Quick flowering in four months from sowing.
Hardy and heat loving. Grows well in full sun and
partial shade. Ht. 18”.
100sd 4.15 500sd 19.15 1M 35.15 5M 26.30/M
6065 Blue Danube F1 Uniform plants provide attractive
garden display. Clusters of delicate,
violet-blue blooms are produced continuously.
100sd 1.55 500sd 4.50 1M 7.60 5M 6.20/M
6084 Blue Hawaii 5.0 F1 Pelleted. Uniform, early bloom
on compact plants. Performs well in warm
climates. Ht. 6”.
100sd 1.95 500sd 7.95 1M 12.40 5M 10.00/M
6085 Blue Horizon F1 Pelleted. 20";
Superb cutflower variety, also landscaping.
100sd 1.95 500sd 8.10 1M 12.95 5M 10.55/M
6238 Coral Fountain 3 ft; Coral-pink tassels droop
and cascade from atop sturdy stems. Superb filler
material for arrangments and bold annual landscape
100sd 1.55 500sd 2.20 1M 3.15 5M 2.00/M
6246 Hot Chili 4 ft; Fiery red stems and spikes. Deepgreen
foliage. Spikes are broad and long lasting.
Cutflower for easy fieldgrown specialty crop. Stately
annual specimen or hedger.
100sd 1.55 500sd 3.15 1M 4.75 5M 3.45/M
Ageratum Blue Hawaii 5.0 F1
Blue Danube F1
Summer Pastels Mix
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