These are some of my favorite cut flowers, ready to fill your house with bouquets all through the season. Many of these are also excellent pollinator plants, and beautiful in the landscape in their own right. Cut flower varieties are chosen for tall stems and long vase life. For example, the snapdragons listed grow 24-36” high, much taller than most bedding plant varieties. Cool weather flowers usually bloom in May/June, then die when it gets hot. Summer flowers have a longer window of bloom time, usually stretching from June/July thru September. Floret and The Gardener’s Workshop are two of my favorite websites for information on growing cut flowers.