Bear Creek Farms
Flowers in 7 – July
Colors: green | scent in fall

Several parts of the privet can be used. The foliage with its green berries, and after the berries turn purple, look beautiful, and last a long time. There are several different varieties of privet, all of which are great to work with.  

Colors: green

We grow a variety of Queen Anne’s Lace that stays more green than white, and that takes the heat very well so we have it well into July. It’s long-lasting and versatile.

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Colors: purple

Redbud is the Oklahoma State tree. It has reddish/purple blooms, while the Whitebud has white blooms.  The blooming branches look fabulous in large arrangements.

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Colors: green

Rosemary foliage can be cut year-round and the bloom is insignificant. It is another great smelling herb used in wedding designs and everyday bouquets.

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Colors: yellow

A great flower to use to give that “wildflower” look to any arrangement.

Colors: yellow

A clean, meadow-type smell similar to fresh cut hay.

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Colors: green

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Colors: green/white

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Colors: white

When the stephanotis is blooming in the greenhouse it fills the space with an intoxicating perfume. It has a scent similar to honeysuckle, and looks lovely in any floral arrangement.

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We have a variety of succulents available both as a cut and potted.