Even though this is a tricky question to answer, I will attempt to answer it here. Truly, it depends on a lot of factors including, what kind of spring we had, how did seed germination go, what has the weather been like lately, pest damage, etc. In general - I always source locally first, so what you see blooming around you is what you will likely get. I prefer to work with blooms from my field, and the fields of other growers in the area for many reasons - to support our families, to get the best blooms, flexibility, and to build relationships. If I am unable to source enough locally I will reach out across the United States, but I will not ship flowers from overseas. So, to make a long story short, I work with what I have, in the colors or style that is requested. The lists below are general references to our Michigan season.
March - May
hyacinth, tulips, daffodils, irises, flowering branches, alliums, larkspur, delphinium, muscari, ranunculus, anemones, poppies, sweet william, poppy, succulents, lillac, lady's mantle, hosta leaves, coral bells, columbine, baptisia, yarrow, succulents
June & Early July
peonies, tulips, irises, flowering branches, alliums, larkspur, delphinium, poppy, sweet pea, wheats and grasses, veronica, herbs, amaranthus, liatris, baptisia, feverfew, hydrangea, rudbekia, cerinthe, succulents
Late July - Early September
amaranthus, zinnia, dahlia, basil/herbs, orach, scabiosa, nicotiana, butterfly weed, cosmos, celosia, sunflowers, echinacea, globe thistle, grasses, rue, rubekia, strawflower, hyacinth bean, ammi, chinese forget me not, love in a puff, salvia, trachelium, succulents
September - Hard frost (late October or early November)
dahlia, amaranthus, zinnia, ammi, celosia, hyacinth bean, love in a puff, cosmos, cress, salvia, statice, strawflower, sunflower, fall foliage branches, gerber daisy, berry/fruit branches, scabiosa, trachelium, globe thistle, succulents
Hard frost - February
What??? What could you possibly source locally in the winter?! Succulents! I love working with succulents. This is also when I do my most ordering from California.....