Blue Dragonfly Cut Flower Farm is family owned and we grow a large selection of speciality cut flowers from April to October.



It has been awhile since I posted anything.  So I'm going to post a few pictures from our 2018 season. Things were very busy this year with lots of challenges to overcome in the flower business and our personal lives.  My husband and I both are a little older and face some health issues from time to time, but overall we still manage to grow lots of beautiful flowers.

These were bouquets that were on the Flower Wagon for sale.

A new sunflower variety I grew and really liked it.  Will be growing more in the 2019 season.

Another bouquet from the 2018 season.

We had a beautiful crop of orange Marigolds this year.  Very prolific bloomers. 



We planted lots of flower plugs in October and direct seeded lots of seeds for spring flowers.  After a brief rest, we will soon start seeding trays for more spring flowers.  Here are a few pictures of some of the young plants that come from direct seeding.

 Some of the young tiny plants are covered with frost cloth to protect against winter weather.


Here we are in August with hot, humid weather, insects having meals off the sunflowers and zinnias and of course the powdery mildew on the zinnias.  But this is what we expect every year at this time. Just some years not as bad as others.  But you keep planting and hoping to have a fall crop of useable blooms.
I'm going to post a few pictures of the bouquets we had available on the wagon from May until today August 8, 2017.

              These bouquets were on Flower Wagon May 27th, 2017

                                   These are from the June 3rd, 2017 cuts.

These are from June 24, 2017

                                          These are from July 9, 2017  

In one bouquet you can see the beautiful Stargazer lily.  The stargazer had just begun to bloom.  In the bouquets below you can also se the limelight millet, tansy, some small pieces of celosia syphlid and hi-z as well a tuberose and of course the zinnias and sunflowers.

                                             These are from July 28, 2017  

Now seeing more spiky celosias, purple gomphrena, purple majesty millet and of course lots of bright colored zinnias and the big red head celosias.

                                            These are from August 5, 2017.   

Seeing more celosias in bouquets, both the spicata varieties and cristata varieties. And in a few there is the sweet little Henry Eilers rudbeckia.

 So this brings up to date through August 2017, showing the basic bouquets we have as the months progress.  I have to say, we have wonderful customers that come and buy from our Flower Wagon when we have bouquets available.  I always enjoy the feedback my customers send my way about our bouquets.


We had several days of soaking rains and the fields have exploded with color.



Today was the first day of putting bouquets on the wagon.  We have been running about 3 weeks behind with enough flowers coming off to make nice full bouquets.  This week we have been blessed with nice rains to help the freshly planted flower plugs.  Also checked on the sunflower crop and looks like sunflowers will be blooming in a couple of days.