Grow a cut flower garden this year and fill your home with colorful bouquets of blooms. A cutting garden can be a production garden or a few ornamentals tucked among the vegetables. It can include all kinds of blooms, from low-investment, big-reward blooms you can grow from seed, like sunflowers and zinnias, to Instagram-worthy blooms like dahlias and peonies.
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In spring, Cromwell Growers produces annuals like impatiens, begonias, geraniums and other bedding plants to fill gardens in four New England states. Take a look inside and learn how they grow.
Select premium perennials, shrubs and even vegetables when you choose from the Proven Winners line available in the Garden Center and online. Proven Winners plants are trialed and tested to be easy to grow and maintain and have abundant, long-lasting and colorful blooms and foliage.
While the parade of flowers may be finished for the year, the gardener is not. It’s time to clean out flowerbeds and put away garden décor and equipment.