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.

Early Spring Availability

Early Spring 

 

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

Late Spring Availability

Late Spring

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

Summer Availability

Summer

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

Fall Dahlia Garden Themed Bridal Party

Fall

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

Winter Availability

Winter

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.....