Bear Creek Farms
Flowers in 6 – June
Colors: green

Locally grown Bells of Ireland have a nice fragrance and vary in size to fit any need.

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Colors: brown | green

Birch branches are typically cut in the winter or very early spring with no leaves on them. But they can also be cut fully leafed out when in season. The branches themselves are a beautiful reddish brown color with an unusual marking on them.

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Colors: green foliage | red berries in the fall

We cut Buck Brush for the lovely berries.

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Colors: blue | pink | purple | white | yellow

Butterfly bush is also called ‘summer lilac’ because of its fragrance and shape of flower.

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Colors: orange | pink | red | white | yellow

We can grow callas during the winter in the greenhouses for Valentine’s Day all the way through Mother’s Day, and usually into June before it gets too hot. We grow yellow, white, orange, red, and pink calla lilies.

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Colors: lavender | pink | purple | white

Campanula (Caterbury Bells) are classy, long lasting, and just beautiful.

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Colors: bi-color | burgundy | green | orange | pink | red | yellow

Also called “brain” celosia, the Cristata breed comes in a wide variety of shapes and colors.

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Colors: pink | purple | white

Cleome is a fabulous garden flower that has small thorns on the stem and a foliage which has a strong herb-like scent.

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Colors: yellow

The coreopsis is a whispy, delicate foliage, with flowers that are great fillers. Their yellow coloring add bright pops to bouquets.

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Colors: yellow

Also called ‘Billy Balls’ or ‘Billy Buttons,’ Craspedia is not a large flower, but it is very unusual and bright and extremely popular among the vintage, antique, and organic garden styled floral arrangements.

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