Botanical Name: Papaver
Poppies are ephemeral flowers, they fade away soon too, mostly, in just two days in vases. You can use them as cut flowers if you’re growing them in your home.
26. Purple Coneflower
Botanical Name: Echinacea purpurea
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a low-maintenance flowering plant than this one. Both bees and butterflies feast on the nectar-rich coneflower blooms.
Botanical Name: Rosa
Rose needs no introduction! It’s a flower loved and grown by everyone.
Also Read: Rose Growing Tips
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum
Mums are reminiscent of fall and do you know they’re the second most popular flowers in the world, after the roses. Learn how to grow mums in pots.
Botanical Name: Helianthus
When growing sunflowers for cut flowers, you can choose single stem or branching varieties. There are dwarf cultivars available as well for limited space gardeners.
30. Sweet Pea
Botanical Name: Lathyrus odoratus
Sweet peas are excellent for cut flowers; you can grow annual or perennial varieties. Annual sweet peas are more fragrant!
31. Gerbera Daisy
Botanical Name: Gerbera jamesonii
Gerbera daisy is florist’s favorite, and you can even grow it indoors. Learn more here!
Botanical Name: Tulipa
Tulip flowers in the spring are a sight to see, and you can grow them in the garden beds and pots.
Botanical Name: Veronica
Tall veronica varieties make good cut flowers, and they’re low maintenance as well. They come in blue, pink, white, and purple colors.
Botanical Name: Achillea filipendulina
You can grow fern-leaf yarrow to add bright yellow color to your flower arrangements.
Botanical Name: Zinnia
One of the most productive and easy to grow flowering plants–Zinnias are awesome, and they don’t fade soon!
Botanical Name: Heliconia
You can grow heliconias in your cutting garden to give a tropical touch and get unique blooms as a reward. Keep them smiling on the plant but trim before they begin to fade to use as cut flowers.
Botanical Name: Orchidaceae
If roses and tulips are gold, orchids are types of diamonds in the cut flower business.
Botanical Name: Anthurium
You can grow anthuriums for their attractive heart-shaped bracts. Add them in your flower arrangements. Also, they become a successful indoor plant.
Botanical Name: Hyacinthus
You can grow both the hyacinths and grape hyacinths (Muscari) as cut flowers. Growing them is somewhat similar.
Botanical Name: Hydrangea
Botanical Name: Antirrhinum majus
Snapdragons grow best in the warm climate. They make a wonderful addition to bouquets and vases.
Botanical Name: Scabiosa
There are somawesome scabiosa varieties like Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa stellata, and Scabiosa caucasica that are cut flower staple for years.
Botanical Name: Pelargonium
Keep the geranium flower clusters in glasses, mason jars, or beautiful vases. They can be lovely tabletop decor pieces. Learn how to grow geranium indoors!
Botanical Names: Celosia
Celosia has three types–Celosia cristata (Cockscomb), Celosia plumosa (Plume type), and Celosia spicata (Wheat type). All look great in glass vases.