Blooming Now: Poppies, Roses, and More!

Summer is in full swing here, with lots of gorgeous stuff blooming in the last few weeks. Here is a brief look at what has been growing!

An image of a peach-colored poppy with a yellow center, grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
Colibiri poppies–the best little crinkles!
An image of two pink garden roses that are almost fully open, with swirling internal petals. Grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
Garden roses…I wish I had smell-o-vision to share.
An image of a bouquet of peach and orange garden roses that are halfway open, with ruffly petals. Grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
More incredible roses! This variety in particular has been super prolific.
An image of a bouquet of white and slightly blush poppies against a dark background, grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
Shirley poppies “amazing grey”–well, they aren’t really grey, but they sure are pretty. Unfortunately, they shatter quite quickly so I can’t use them for CSA arrangements.
An image of a handful of mauve, blush, and yellowish pansies against a dark background, grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
Pansy “Nature Antique Shades” from Floret. They are so lovely–this color is stunning!–but too short to use as a cut.
An image of campanula, a bell-shaped purple flower on long slender stems. Grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
The first campanula to bloom.
An image of a single foxglove stem, with white and purple-flecked bell-like flowers up the length of the stem. Grown by Folk Art Flowers in Seattle, WA.
Foxglove, with super tall stems!

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