Bear Creek Farms
Flowers in 9 – September
Colors: orange | pink | red | white | yellow

We primarily grow Asiatic Lilies because of their vibrant colors. Shades that we grow include orange, yellow, red, pink, and white. Our lilies will always open and couldn’t be any fresher. We grow them cool so they are strong and brightly colored.

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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: orange | yellow

Although marigolds have a strong fragrance that some don’t care for, they are beautiful flowers that can really make a design complete.

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Colors: green

German millet adds a unique texture to any floral design and is ideal for that “country” look. But it can also be used in rustic and contemporary designs.

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Colors: green

Limelight millet has a longer head than other millet varieties, and is much more textured than German millet. It is completely lime green.

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Colors: purple

Purple majesty millet is in the sorghum family. It is an upright spike which is dark purple looking, almost black. It’s perfect for any time, but especially in the fall.

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Colors: green | red

The okra we grow is ornamental and the pods are a much different shape than the edible okra. They are short and very fat. But also very fun and you can get creative with them.

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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: Black | green | orange | purple | red | yellow

Ornamental peppers range from conical to round to cone shapes, and come in a wide variety of colors—from black, orange, yellow, red, purple, and green.

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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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