A Look At Our Crops and Flower Varieties: Unique and Hard To Find Local Sustainable Flowers

We grow a variety of unique and hard to find crops here at Pisgah Flowers. While not a exhaustive list here is a sample of some of our blooms. 

Zinnias
Are a genus of plants of the sunflower tribe within the daisy family. Members of the genus are notable for their solitary long-stemmed flowers that come in a variety of bright colors. They come in a range of sizes, colors and varieties.

We grow several varieties including, Giant Dahlia Flowered mix, Benary's Giant mix, Sunbow mix, Oklahoma Formula mix, Zinnia Scabiosa Flowered Mix, Queen Red Lime, Zinderella Peach and Aztec Sunset.

Season: High summer through early fall 

Sunflowers
Sunflowers or Helianthis is a genus of plants comprising about 70 species in the family Asteraceae. Sunflowers come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Sunflowers aren't just yellow or orange like most people typically imagine. Here at Pisgah Flowers we love unusual flowers and find joy in finding those quirky varieties of sunflowers. 

We grow loads of sunflowers. Some varieties include: Double Quick Orange, Peach Passion, Chocolate, Buttercream, Greenburst, Teddy Bear, ProCut Red, Moulin Rouge, Ring of Fire, ProCut Orange and Sunrich Orange Summer.

Season: High summer to mid-fall

Cosmos 
A flowering plant also in the sunflower family. They are native to Mexico and come in a variety of colors and textures. 

We grow Double Click and Versailles mixes in maroons, pinks and whites. 

Season: Summer

Gladiolus
A perennial bulb in the Iris family. Gladiolus flowers are tall bright lovely additions to any bouquet or are charming on their own. 

We grow a range of colors of Gladiolus ranging from super bright colors to pales and even multicolored. 

Season: Summer to early fall

Dahlias
Now I'm not supposed to have a favorite, but oh Dahlias!! They are perennial tubers (with the right winter care) and come in as many amazing types as you can imagine.

Season: Late summer through first frost

Celosia 
A bright and vivid ornamental plant in the amaranth family. The generic name is derived from the Greek word keleos, meaning "burned," and refers to the flame-like flower heads. 

Celosia ranges from feathery to coral like textures, coming in a range of bright bold colors. They make excellent dried flowers as well. We grow Chief Mix, Pampas Plume, Bombay Purple and Cramers' Amazon.

Season: Late spring through first frost. Dried

Herbs
One of my favorite things to grow on the farm is our collection of herbs. Herbs are great for a wide variety of uses and arrangements. They add color, uniqueness and fragrance to any bouquet or arrangement.  

We grow a lot of herbs here at Pisgah Flowers. Some of the varieties include, Dill, Basil, Lavender, Hyssop, Rosemary, Sage, Mint, Thyme and lots more. 

Season-Spring through first frost

Other flowers, plants and herbs we grow and offer include:

African Lilies
Allium
Amaranth
Ammi
Anemone
Asiatic Lily
Aster
Astible
Beard Tongue
Borage
Broom Corn
Calendula
Calla Lily
Canna Lily
Cone Flowers
Daylily
Dill
Dwarf Coreopsis
Freesia
Hollyhock bulbs
Holy Basil
Hyacinth
Hydrangea
Iris
Kale
Lavender
Liatris
Lilies
Nigelle
Oats
Phlox
Ranunculus
Rosemary
Rudbeckia
Sage
Scabiosa
Snapdragons
Speedwell
Tulips
Yarrow    
-and more!!