Cultivar Fact Sheets

These quick, go-to information sheets provide all the useful information you need to grow these commonly grown NC cut flowers.

Celosia ‘Sunday Wine Red’ growing in the annual ASCFG trials at NCSU.

Achillea ‘Fireland’

Achillea ‘Strawberry Seduction’

Ageratum ‘Blue Horizon’

Agrostemma ‘Purple Queen’

Amaranthus ‘Green Flowered’

Amaranthus ‘Hot Biscuits’

Ammi majus

Antirrhinum ‘Chantilly Purple’

Asclepias ‘Silky Formula Mix’

Astilbe ‘August Light’

Astilbe ‘Bridal Veil’

Carthamus ‘Dark Orange Red’

Carthamus ‘Grenade Orange’

Carthamus ‘Grenade White’

Carthamus ‘Orange Head’

Celosia ‘Dark Rose’

Celosia ‘Sunday Orange’

Celosia ‘Sunday Wine Red’

Cosmos ‘Double Click’

Cosmos ‘Sonata Mix’

Cosmos ‘Versailles’

Dianthus ‘Amazon Neon Duo’

Dianthus ‘Volcano Mix’

Gomphrena ‘QIS Carmine’

Gomphrena ‘QIS Red’

Helianthus ‘Goldy Double’

Helianthus ‘Sonja’

Lilium ‘Merostar’

Lilium ‘Concad’or’

Matthiola ‘Carthago White’

Nigella ‘Miss Jekyll Blue’

Scabiosa ‘Black Knight’

Scabiosa ‘Olympia Mix’

Tagetes ‘African Jedi Orange’

Zinnia ‘Benary’s Giant Deep Red’

Zinnia ‘Blue Point Golden Yellow’

Zinnia ‘Blue Point Lilac’

Zinnia ‘Blue Point Salmon Rose’

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