Help me choose my next batch of cut flowers for fall! Pictured Above: Black-eyed Susan Chim Chiminee from Floret Flowers (a definite yes from me)
I may have gotten carried away when I was ordering my cut flowers this spring. I've read it's ideal to have a few fillers, a few foliages, a few discs (smaller, round flowers), and a couple of focal flowers (mains). However, just because I have a lot of flowers for June and July (hopefully) doesn't mean I have enough to carry me through the fall.