A seed-grown, annual cutting garden couldn’t be more low maintenance! Simply grab a packet or two of seeds and toss them in the soil. As they grow, cut, move, and remove the flowers as it develops and blooms. This is a great project for a beginner gardener, or someone looking to fill in a large space inexpensively. See how it's done (the easy way) and get a list of the best annuals to grow in a cutting garden.
Cosmos (<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i>) - Best Bouquet Flowers to Grow - Sunset 12 best flowers to grow for cutting We tested the best easy-care varieties of flowers for cutting and using in stunning bouquets. Here are our favorites, chosen for their long bloom times, tall stems, and ample vase life