Bear Creek Farms
Flowers in 5 – May
Colors: white

Lily of the Valley is a small flower that packs a powerful fragrant punch. It’s a great wedding flower when in season, otherwise very expensive.

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Colors: picotees | pink | purple | white

It’s hard to beat lisianthus for use in anything. It lasts a very long time; and when it’s locally grown the flowers are open and look absolutely elegant.

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Colors: blue | pink | white

We grow an annual lupine in the greenhouse during the winter. It loves cool temperatures; and it not only blooms in dark blue, light blue, pink, and white, but it has a lovely fragrance as well.

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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: 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, 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: red

Red clover is an early spring wildflower that adds that special wildflower look to a bouquet or arrangement.

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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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