Bear Creek Farms
Flowers in 6 – June
Colors: green

There is hardly greenery prettier than Mountain Mint. It holds well, and has a very soft, minty smell to it when its foliage is moved.

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Colors: green

Northern Oats is another great greenery, but is more along the lines of the grass look (as opposed to the leaf or bush look). The flat seed pods hang off the stem and add brilliant movement to the design.

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Colors: hot pink | lavender | pink | purple | red | white

Pentas love the heat so we have them from late June through September. They are also called ‘star flower.’ They are long-lasting when purchased locally.

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Colors: pink | red | white

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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. There are several different varieties of privet, one being gold, which after frost the foliage turns dark purple.

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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: orange | yellow

Red Hot Poker has a very uniquely shaped flower and it always draws attention.

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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: assorted

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