Hydrangeas lend scale to any design in late summer. Their dried stems are perfect for winter displays.
Peonies bloom for 3-4 weeks in early summer, offering unmatched beauty and subtle fragrance.
With countless shapes and hues, dahlia is the quintessential flower of late summer.
Zinnias, described as "a party in a vase," offer a patch of complementary fiesta colors.
The trumpet-shaped varieties of Lilium regale, like 'Golden Splendor,' are highly valued.
In early spring, cut branches of quince with intense coral petals make a great display.
Blowsy, heavily-fragranced David Austin roses, like 'Sweet Juliet,' add lushness to any bouquet.