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January 24th 2024

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It’s hard to believe that after 7 long years of work, we’re just 2 short weeks away from finally releasing the Floret Original seed varieties out into the world! I feel like I’ve been waiting for this moment for an eternity and can’t wait to see them all growing in your gardens and on your farms this coming season. The official release date is Tuesday, February 6. 

I thought now would be a great time to introduce you to these magical little plant souls and share a bit more about what makes them so special. Each variety has a unique personality and while at first glance some might look a bit similar, they are all quite different when you get to know them. 

I’ve organized this post into three main sections. First, we’ll explore the 12 celosia varieties that we’re offering, then deep dive into zinnias (we have 10 beautiful mixes!), and end with dahlias which I know so many people are excited about.

But before we dive into this introduction, if you don’t already know the backstory about this project, be sure to read Floret Originals: An Update on our Breeding Program.

The first group of plants that I want to share with you is celosia. The reason I’ve chosen to highlight them first is because I feel like they are always passed over in favor of fancier, showier blooms!

However, if you’re growing flowers to arrange with, these heat lovers are an indispensable addition to your cutting garden and have your back when it comes to churning out bouquet ingredients. 

These hardworking plants are vigorous, free-flowering, and easy to grow. Their fuzzy, velvet-like flowers come in a distinct range of shapes, including fans, plumes, and brains that are a wonderful accent for arrangements, plus they can be dried and used any time of the year. 

Autumn Blaze’ is a riot of rich fall tones, including coral, copper, bronze, cherry, rose gold, rhubarb, and amber. The iridescent shimmering plumes come in a multitude of shapes and sizes, including dense candelabras, long, wispy spires, and textural spiky quills. 

Stocky, heavily branching plants have a unique range of stem and foliage colors. From a distance, the plants look as if they are about to burst into flames!

Glowing Embers’ is a selection that was made from ‘Autumn Blaze’ and features a narrower range of colors including copper, bronze, coral, smoky rose, muted tangerine, and gold. The velvety plumes come in various shapes and sizes, including dense textural clusters, feather-like wands, and long, slender wisps. 

Stocky, heavily branching plants have green foliage with a bronze cast that complements the unusual muted coloring found in the flowers. 

Rose Gold’ is another special color range that was discovered in ‘Autumn Blaze’ a few years back. The color palette is much more narrow and includes rose gold, blush, and champagne plumes that look as if they have been dusted with iridescent glitter. 

The stocky, heavily branching plants have dark ruby-red stems with cranberry-veined leaves that perfectly offset the antique-looking metallic flower heads. They are a flower arranger’s dream! 

If you’re only looking at the plumes cut from the plant, one might think that ‘Vintage Rose’ is the same as ‘Rose Gold’, but the two, while similarly colored, are actually quite different. 

‘Vintage Rose’ is twice the height of ‘Rose Gold’ and much more feathery. The flowers are a heartbreakingly beautiful blend of blush, pewter, and sunbleached velvet that looks like it’s from another era. It’s the perfect color range for wedding work.

Next up is ‘Summer Sherbet’. This beautiful, free-flowering mix produces giant velvety plumes in rose-pink, blush, coral, and the softest peach. The heat-loving plants have light apple-green foliage and long, slender stems that are perfect for arranging. 

The color palette is super useful for many different types of bouquets because it mixes so well with other ingredients. 

A few years back, Eric (our seed specialist) started experimenting with trying to isolate the most textural, feathery plumes in the ‘Summer Sherbet’ mix, and create a narrower, more vivid color range, and that’s how ‘Spun Sugar’ was born. 

This beautiful warm, glowing mix produces giant shimmering, textural plumes in a range of peachy tangerine, soft coral, pinky apricot, and smoky rose. These productive plants have long, slender stems, giant spaghetti-like flower heads, and light green foliage. 

In the early days, ‘Summer Sherbet’ was a much broader range of colors which included some yellows and greens. I had always wanted to tease the fresh, clean green out of this variety and finally succeeded with ‘Limonata’. 

It is a beautiful pale creamy lime blend that looks more like a foliage than a flower. Plants have a vigorous branching habit and produce an abundance of long, wispy chartreuse spires that add a freshness to arrangements. The colors mix well with almost everything. ‘Limonata’ is similar to a hybrid variety of celosia called ‘Sylphid’, but the great thing about this beauty is that you can easily save the seed from it. 

Raspberry Lemonade’ also originated from ‘Summer Sherbet’, but has a much more saturated color range not often found in the celosia family. What makes it so unique is the dusty, smoky coloring that has a sun-faded quality. 

Plants have a vigorous branching habit and produce dense, textural spires in shades of smoky raspberry, sangria, watermelon, and the occasional lemon yellow. 

While I tend to be most often drawn to soft pastel colors, there’s always a place for richer, more vibrant tones, too. Sangria Mix is composed of towering deep grape-purple and vivid magenta plumes that draw a lot of attention.

Plants have a vigorous branching habit, deep maroon stems, and emerald-green foliage with a striking purple cast. This blend is the perfect addition to a jewel-toned color palette. 

The early-flowering variety ‘Dusty Rose’ (previously named ‘Fruit Punch’) has changed quite a bit over time. Through the refinement process I’ve been able to nearly eliminate the magenta and burgundy fans that used to be part of the mix, so the original name no longer fit. 

Fan-shaped blooms are soft blush with a rose wash and a subtle silvery-green undertone. Plants have rich garnet-red stems and long, slender green leaves with beautiful cranberry veining. 

This variety originated from an unexpected cross between ‘Vintage Rose’ and Supercrest mix. What resulted were plants that possessed the Supercrest flower form, but Vintage Rose’s unique pastel coloring and tall dark stems.

One of my favorite celosias to grow here in the Pacific Northwest is the Supercrest mix because it flowers incredibly early, does well in cooler climates, and has a somewhat compact plant habit. For the last few years I’ve been working on narrowing down the mix into a very soft pastel color range and that is how ‘Pink Chenille’ was born.

This mix includes soft pink, pale peach, and champagne. Long, slender stems are topped with a range of wavy, fan-shaped, and spiky textural flower heads. Blooms add a unique, velvety quality to arrangements. Plants have light green foliage and a vigorous branching habit. These colors are perfect for wedding work. 

Coral Reef’ is a special selection that was made from the Supercrest mix that includes a more vivid color range including orange, salmon, peach, raspberry, and marigold. The vigorous plants have a branching habit and are one of the earliest celosias to flower. 

This mix is filled with the most unique coral-like blooms—they look as if they belong in the sea. 

The second group I want to highlight from our breeding program are zinnias. What I love most about these flowers is that they are incredibly easy to grow, are the perfect first crop for beginning gardeners, and are reliable, prolific producers no matter where you garden. 

In addition to churning out buckets and buckets of beautiful, long-stemmed blooms that are perfect for cutting, they are well-loved by pollinators. 

Zinnias are the flowers that kicked off my flower breeding journey and it all started with the discovery of ‘Golden Hour’ back in 2016. This variety is named for the most beautiful time of day—the hour before the sun sets on the horizon. 

Large flowers come in a range of warm honey and cantaloupe shades that look as if they are glowing. As flowers age, the lower petals take on the faintest cranberry edging that beautifully complements their red eyes. This is the first variety bred on the farm and is still my very favorite. 

Another really special large-flowered variety is ‘Alpenglow’, which I discovered many years ago in a long row of ‘Golden Hour’ plants as an off type. I’ve been working to refine its enchanting color range of creamy linen, pale peach, and dusty rose flowers. 

The large pastel blooms sit atop long, strong stems and have an unusual iridescent lavender ring around their striking purple eyes. As flowers age, their petal tips turn a muted rosy pink. This rare color combination gives the blooms an almost opalescent quality. 

They pair perfectly with ‘Limelight’ hydrangeas in September. You have to grow it to believe the color!

Of all the zinnias that have been born here on the farm, ‘Precious Metals’ might be the most magical. This giant-flowered mix includes shades of linen, icy lavender, pale pink, soft peach, and palomino. As flowers age, the lower petals often fade to turquoise dusted with lavender, giving blooms an icy metallic quality. 

The flower heads are dense and leathery and the backs of the petals have apple-green veining. To experience their full range of coloring, don’t cut too soon and allow flowers to mature on the plant. 

We offered Unicorn Mix for just one season a number of years ago and people still write in asking when it will be back because they loved it so much. I’m thrilled it’s finally returning! 

Medium-sized, domed blooms come in an enchanting range of colors, including raspberry, tangerine, magenta, lemon, apricot, dusty lilac, and blush—all with striking lavender centers. 

What makes these flowers so unique is that they have a multitoned ombre effect and many of the blooms possess a rainbow-like quality. 

Out of the more than 130 zinnia varieties growing here on the farm, when asked to vote, the team picked Unicorn as their collective favorite, hands down.

To experience their full range of coloring, don’t pick them too soon and allow flowers to mature on the plant. 

As you’re looking at all of the new varieties that we’ll be making available, it could be easy to pass over the ‘Victorian Wedding’ mix because it’s not nearly as showy as some of the others at first glance. 

But when it comes to flower production and the total number of blooms per plant, these babies are absolute workhorses! The stocky plants are so smothered in flowers during the summer months that you can barely see the foliage.

The petite, mostly double blooms come in a highly sought-after color range of buff, pale peach, rose-pink, blush, and the occasional soft orange that is a floral designer’s dream. They remind me of little French macarons and have a very long vase life.

Little Flower Girl’ was my nickname growing up and I knew that I wanted to pass along the title to a special variety someday. This adorable early-flowering pastel mix features darling miniature flowers in shades of blush, soft pink, pale peach, and champagne. 

Tall, strong, slender stems carry single, semi-double, and the occasional double blooms that are perfect for arranging, especially when it comes to weddings. They are especially well-loved by pollinators. 

One of the things that I’m most excited about sharing as part of this special seed release is four beautiful mixes that were created in collaboration with my flower breeding friend Kori at Dawn Creek Farm. You can read a wonderful interview with her here.

Kori is a flower farmer and plant breeder who has made incredible progress in developing new varieties for the marketplace. We have been working together for the past couple of years on refining these mixes with the intention of helping to get her magical varieties out into the world in a bigger way. 

I’m thrilled to have the Dawn Creek beauties as part of our collection!

Dawn Creek Blush is a beautiful large-flowered pastel mix that produces towering plants that are a sight to behold. Blooms come in a range of soft pink, the palest lavender, and blush, with the occasional ivory and soft peach making an appearance. 

Plants have long, strong stems and are incredibly productive. Many of the blooms have a notable cactus-like form and petals are displayed in varying levels of fullness. 

Dawn Creek Peach is a warm, dreamy mix that includes buff, peach, apricot, and faded coral, with the occasional blush. Plants have long, strong stems and are incredibly productive. 

Many of the flowers have a cactus-like form in a wide range of shapes and sizes, including some with tufted centers. There are so many fun treasures in this collection to be discovered.

Dawn Creek Honey is a warm, buttery mix that includes a beautiful range of buff, peach, honey, and cream with a subtle gold wash, as well as the occasional dandelion yellow that loves to make an appearance. 

The large flowers are carried on long, strong stems and many have a cactus-like form, with varying degrees of fullness. 

Here on the farm, there are dozens of different varieties in the works that have come from Kori’s original seeds and the Dawn Creek Pastels mix is a blend of all the different selections that we’ve got cooking. 

Large flowers come in a muted rainbow of colors, including coral, peach, apricot, strawberry, pink, blush, buff, and gold, plus a few other surprises. 

Many of the blooms will have a cactus-like form with varying degrees of fullness, while others may exhibit tufted or domed centers. This mix has so many unique treasures to discover.  

The last group of plants that we’ve been working on as part of this special breeding variety release are dahlia seed mixes. We’ve been able to create four unique mixes that produce flowers in a relatively distinct range of flower forms by collecting seed from separate fields.   

One of the most exciting and surprising discoveries I made early on my dahlia-growing journey was learning how new varieties were created. Unlike tubers or cuttings, which produce an exact clone of the plant they come from, dahlias grown from seed offer a treasure trove of new possibilities, each one something that’s never existed before. If you discover a variety you love, tubers can be saved and planted out the following year—and you even get to name them!  

In my experience, anemone-flowered dahlias are stingy seed producers so every one of the seeds in this mix is a tiny treasure. We collected these ‘Cancan Girls’ seeds from a breeding field of anemone types and so far about 70% of the plants grown from this seed produce anemone-flowered blooms. 

This dahlia seed mix is filled with a dazzling rainbow of tufted blooms in all shapes and sizes. The rich color range includes reds, maroons, pinks, purples, and many bicolors—no two plants will be the same! If you love this form, ‘Cancan Girls’ is a must grow. We probably won’t offer it again in the future because it is so labor-intensive to produce, so be sure to get the seeds while you can. 

‘Floret’ (what started as C33) is one of the first dahlias I bred here on the farm. The flowers are a strange fusion between collarette and anemone forms. Blooms start out candy pink and fade to warm peach with an iridescent lavender wash as they age. 

But what I love most about ‘Floret’ is that of all the dahlia varieties I’ve ever collected seed from, nearly all her offspring possess similar characteristics to their mother, including her unique form and soft, unusual coloring. I’ve never grown seed from a dahlia variety with such a high percentage of “keepers.”

Seed from the ‘Petite Florets’ mix was collected from ‘Floret’ and is a range of pastel tones, including peach, apricot, dusty rose, lavender, sunbleached raspberry, and buttercream, all with a hauntingly beautiful iridescent wash. 

A large percentage of the blooms are either collaretes or anemones, many of which have snipped petal tips, long feathery ruffles, and twizzly eyelashes encircling their fuzzy centers. Every one of them is pure magic!

Another beautiful new mix is ‘Shooting Stars’, which was collected from an entire field of collarettes and features an incredible range of star-shaped flowers, including singles, collarettes, orchettes, orchids, and other fun surprises—no two plants will be the same! 

You’ll find flowers with snipped edges, rolled petals, stripes, streaks, and speckles in every color of the rainbow. The bees love this mix and it’d be worth planting just for the pollinators.

Last but not least is ‘Bee’s Choice’—one of the most popular seed mixes we’ve ever offered. This year’s mix was collected from all of our different dahlia breeding patches on the farm and includes a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors! 

Most of the flowers will have open centers, which will attract lots of pollinators to your garden but you should also get some fun surprises in the mix including some balls, informal decoratives, and maybe an anemone or two.

If you’ve made it to the end of this post, a huge thank you for taking the time to meet all of the Floret Originals and letting me share my overwhelming excitement about them with you. 

To celebrate the release of these special seeds we’re hosting a giveaway of 10 deluxe seed collections. Each collection includes all of the new varieties (26 packets!) and a beautiful growing guide. For a chance to win, please leave a comment below sharing what breeding varieties you’re most excited to add to your garden this season. Winners will be announced on February 5. Please note: Because we can’t yet send the breeding varieties internationally, this giveaway is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.

Update: A huge congratulations to our winners: Angela, Katelyn Lacey, Tai Quirke, Chris, Leah, Stephanie Peoples, Autumn Mulverhill, Andrea K., Anne-Sophie and Ruth Goethals.


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8,626 Comments

  1. Mindy Northrup on

    I am so excited to see these blooms in my garden. I do not have a cut flower garden. It’s just the landscaped garden in my backyard that is somewhat cottage like. And I really appreciate all the information you share on your YouTube channel. I have a lot of roses and hydrangeas and your thoughts have been so helpful. You are so inspiring. I’m so excited for the spring.

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  2. Denise on

    I am a Skagit Valley resident and amazed I am just finding out about you. Narrowing down my choices is so difficult. I am a senior, with an acre of 44 years of growing plants. As time has moved on, I don’t quite garden like I used to. But I love zinnias. I’m excited by your celosia choices and have narrowed down my dahlia choices because of the constant summer wind along the Chuckanut rd corridor. So we’ll see. I haven’t checked your prices yet.

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  3. Whitney Brown on

    Oh my lands, I am so thrilled to see your hard work come to fruition Erin! I cannot wait to see some soft orangey sherbert colors all over the country! I do believe that zinnias have become my all time favorite flower. Which we as growers all know is difficult to nail down our absolute favorite. But I’m even starting my own zinnia breeding journey. So fingers crossed I can learn from some of the best breeders out there and not lose all the seed I’ve saved.

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  4. colleen williams on

    I love them all but this year I am determined to add more pastel and more dahlias……. Here comes flowers for 2024!

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  5. Laura Burns on

    Precious metals and petit florets. I have been so excited! Heart stopping. I wish I could grow everything though! Congratulations on your launch and amazing work. Thank you for the continual education and your efforts in sharing your seed.

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  6. Robin aka bird hauger on

    What I love is that you Erin , you bring others ( fellow staff, breeders , growers . Seed companies ) up and along with you . Women supporting others and building others up
    Is the best thing to see and read about . I’m so glad I stumbled in to you through Joanna Gaines & Magnolia. I loved the poetic and thoughtful times you shared in your flower fields .
    I can’t wait to help grow your success through seeds .
    🌸❤️🎉💃🌹🌼🌺🪴

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  7. Robin aka bird hauger on

    What I love is you Erin , is that you bring others ( fellow staff, breeders , growers . Seed companies ) up and along with you . Women supporting others and building others up
    Is the best thing to see and read about . I’m so glad I stumbled in to you through Joanna Gaines & Magnolia. I loved the poetic and thoughtful times you shared in your flower fields .
    I can’t wait to help grow your success through seeds .
    🌸❤️🎉💃🌹🌼🌺🪴

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  8. Jensen Finley on

    I am an aspiring cut flower farmer in Puyallup, WA. I can’t imagine a better way to start this adventure than with Floret seeds!! You are so inspiring and I can’t thank you enough for sharing all your hard earned knowledge and product with us!!

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  9. Angelina Lopez on

    I am most excited about receiving my packet the Victorian Wedding Zinnias! The colors are just so amazing. Considering placing another order for some of the sugar spun Celosia!

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  10. Sally Syme on

    A truly magnificent display of sensational colours and blooms ; South African so far, far away but live in hope that some day these glorious seeds will become available here

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  11. Kelly Ward on

    I just ordered 1 of every type of zinnia you had available! I am so excited to grow your seeds in East Tennessee!!

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  12. Coady Lumanta on

    So over the moon to have your seeds coming my way, thank you for sharing them with us all 💕

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  13. Jackie on

    Oh my goodness, I just ordered my seed packets. Waiting for this day was like waiting for concert tickets for my favorite band to go on sale! Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication – you are doing amazing things! xo

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  14. M on

    I am guessing it is too late to enter, but I’m having fear of missing out. Thank you so much for giving us pastels and dusty romantic colors. For two years I have been watching flower folk making market bouquets with bright colors, and being sad. I have never grown any flowers so I did not want to waste your angelic seeds, but I would save them for next year; I am moving and starting a garden in a month. I would be most excited to grow Precious Metals, Alpenglow, and Floret’s daughters.
    I am happy for you, and your success.

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  15. Tricia Zeitler on

    I’m patiently waiting for the seed drop to start and absolutely love so many varieties! I’d say Alpenglow, Precious Metals, Vintage Rose & Lemonata are on the top of my list!!! Thanks for sharing with all of us!

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  16. Jennifer on

    I’m so excited about this collection!

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  17. Jen M on

    This is very exciting! Thank you for having others in mind and wanting to share all you’ve grown, loved, and learned over these past 7 years. Who knew what was in the works that would encourage many later? I have to say they are all just beautiful!! Watching the videos, I see God’s hand in Creation in such small simple forms of gathering, crushing the dried blooms, and winnowing the seed that bring forth such abundance and joy the next harvest. He does all things well!…..among my favorites are Precious metals, Alpenglo, Dusty Rose, Pink Chenille , Bees Choice, and floret Petite. So many to love!!

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  18. Dolly Ryder on

    I think Petite Floret is going to be a delight in the garden. Full of surprises. I love the look of Limonata it will beautiful in arrangements. AlpenGlo is just too gorgeous. It is going to be breathtaking to grow. Thank you so much for all your hard work over the years. So many are going to enjoy the fruits of your labor of love.

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  19. Cassie on

    I have been watching this site for months, anxiously waiting until I can finally order some of these beauties! Every time I look, I change my mind on which is my favorite. At the moment, I would have to say Rose Gold, unicorn mix, Victorian Wedding and Floret!

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  20. Janice Parker on

    I want to try ALL of them! They are all so beautiful! So excited for tomorrow’s sale! And I confess, I am one who overlooked Celosia. 🥺

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  21. Linda Lanting on

    I can’t wait to try Limonata, Spun Sugar & Rose Gold celosia and Victorian Wedding zinnias!
    Magnificent work and thank you for introducing all of these beauties to the world! Congratulations!!

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  22. Renée Chaput on

    I’m so excited for Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Blush!

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  23. Loren haskins on

    Like to grow zinnias2021 unicorn mix was my favorite.

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  24. Liz Boyce on

    Looking forward to the seed sale and will try ordering Precious Metals, Unicorn mix and Dawn Creek Blush to grow this year!

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  25. Kathryn on

    Can’t wait to add the dawn creek and Alpenglow zinnias to our garden !! Thank you for your work on these beautiful flowers !

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  26. Nichole on

    LOVE the Zinnias!! Especially Golden Hour!! Looking forward to planting!!!

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  27. Jen on

    Wow! The zinnias are beautiful! Large variety.

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  28. Patty on

    I can’t wait for all of the zinnias and dahlia seedling to add to my brand new flower bed ..cant wait to try all your seeds

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  29. Shelby Briggs on

    I am SO excited and have been in agony deciding which ones I can get. It’s such a hard choice because every single one of them is so beautiful. I can’t afford all of them though so I’ve given myself a limit of 5. My five are Bees Choice dahlia, Alpenglow, Precious Metals, Dawn Creek pastels, Pink Chenille Celosia.

    Sigh 😔

    But I also really want spun sugar celosia, petite florets dahlias, dusty rose celosia, and, and, and, and, and! I’m literally going to be up all night working on deciding.

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  30. Brooke on

    I really Am excited for ALL of the varieties but especially the bees choice dahlias!!!

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  31. Katie on

    Wow! This is so exciting. I have my list of favs ready to order.

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  32. Jen on

    Congrats to all the winners!!! What a great giveaway! Happy growing!

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  33. Denise Eddy on

    I must not have made it to the end last time I read this!
    I have a list I will be trying to order…
    I think the one I’m most excited for is Mixed Metals.
    I’m hoping to get some of probably half of what you’ll be offering 🤣
    Thank you so much for creating them all! 😘🥀✨

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  34. Kara on

    Ooh! I love Bee Choice. Just stunning!

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  35. Nicole Baker on

    So excited for the Petite Florets and Alpenglow! I feel like I have been following their journey for so long!

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  36. Aimee J on

    I’m excited for the petite floret dahlias :)

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  37. Mary Schmid on

    Well done! Every one is more beautiful than the last. How exciting for you to release them out into the world! I think Golden Hour is glorious, but good grief I hate picking out just one! Congratulations, I look forward to many years more of Floret Originals!

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  38. Stephanie Reed on

    All of your varieties are so amazing! I love the new zinnias especially the Alpenglow and Golden Hour. The dahlia seeds look so fun too! I really would love to try Petite Florets and Bee’s Choice. Thank you for all of your hard work. You are a blessing.

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  39. Stephanie Reed on

    All of your varieties are so amazing! I love the new zinnias especially the Alpenglow and Golden Hour. The dahlia seeds look so fun too! I really would love to try Petite Florets and Bee’s Choice. Thank you for all of your hard work. You are a blessing.

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  40. Ashley O. on

    I can’t wait to get my hands on some of these seeds tomorrow! My favorites are Bee’s Choice, Spun Sugar, and Precious Metals :)

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  41. Katherine Murphy on

    All the Zinnias are beautiful! I’m hoping to get the Dawn Creek pastels as it looks like its got a lovely range. Celosia Spun Sugar and Coral Reef are also very tempting. There is not one variety in the bunch that I wouldn’t be thrilled to grow!

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  42. Amanda on

    Bees Choice, Alpenglow, Precious Metals, and Spun Sugar are all absolutely to live for!! I’m so incredibly eager to place my order for these, your hard work is building a legacy 🩷🩷💐

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  43. Kaitlyn C on

    I think I might be most excited to see Precious Metals in person! They’re all so beautiful though. Thank you for all your hard work!

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  44. Kerry Maloney on

    I’m excited by all the zinnia choices, but most eager to see Precious Metals adorning my garden.

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  45. Anne-Sophie on

    Can’t wait for the dahlia’s and Zinnia’s. I will get everyone in my military housing community know what growing beautiful flowers in a rather dull comlunity can look like and how it can spruce up the communal gardens and give an identity to your house on base. Looking forward to getting the precious metal zinnia’s and bee’s choice dahlia’s.

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  46. Mia on

    Alpenglow, Little Flower Girl, Previous Metal are my favorites. I cant wait to get the packets of little life in my mail, each seed filled with hope and love. Thank you for sharing your dedication so these precious seeds can continue to tell their story year after year.

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  47. Angelo Vasquez on

    Looking forward to seeing the Glowing Embers electrify my farm. The colors are stunning and put a smile on my face whenever I gaze upon them.

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  48. Shelia Miller on

    I am so excited for all of the new seeds! I have been trying to figure out my favorites of each variety and it is just too hard! They are all just amazing and I can’t wait to grow them all!

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  49. Erika on

    All of these are SO beautiful, but I’m most excited about the possibility of growing the zinnia unicorn mix and alpenglow!

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  50. Karen on

    My favorite would beShooting stars – because a collarette dahlia is such a happy looking flower and the Dawn Creek Pasels intrigue me. I also would lve to try the Celosias – any of them!

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  51. Audréanne on

    I can’t wait to grow some of theses. They are all beautiful but I think my favourite is Dawn Creek peach 🫶🏽

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  52. Esha G on

    My dahlias are the flower that makes me so happy! So excited to see what will come of the seeds. I have my tubers stored and waiting to wake up this season. Looking forward to planting out my own harvested seeds from last year and hopefully some Petite Florets this season. Dahlia magic is a real thing!

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  53. Kaitlyn R. S. C. on

    I think I might be most excited about Precious Metals! But they’re all so beautiful. Thank you for all your hard work!

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  54. Jess Seilheimer on

    I have been waiting for the 2/6 sale for a month and am so excited! I just made a list of all the varieties I’d love to grow and if I had my top choice I would pick “bees mix” dahlia seeds for the pollinators to enjoy the whimsical shapes and colors. Also they will look beautiful in all the rooms in my home!

    I would also choose the “summer sherbet” and “limonata” celosia — they are core to all my arrangements for friends and also so feminine and flowy.

    Lastly the unicorn mix zinnia bc what a pop of color to wake up to every morning in the garden, and in my home ! ☀️

    Thank you for spending your time breeding these for the world to enjoy 🌺🌈

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  55. Kim Van Sant on

    I’m excited to see Alpenglow, Dawn Creek Peach, and Unicorn growing in my beds this summer!

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  56. Ashley Taylor on

    I’m so excited for all of the celosias! I can’t get enough of them!

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  57. Olivia Olsen on

    How could one choose? All the hard work between you and your entire team has surely paid off! The colors are truly unique and I cannot wait to use them ALL! ❤️

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  58. Tamara on

    The Coral Reef Celosia is amazing. I’m usually a Dahlia girl, so I’m surprised that it’s my favorite.

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  59. Katy on

    What an adventure! All the years of vision and hard work coming to fruition! Thank you for sharing your journey and giving us the opportunity to begin our own. This year I am hoping to get to the sale in time to capture some Cancan Girls, Unicorn Mix and Petite Florets. Oh Precious Metals! I have been fascinated to see the colors change! Setting my alarm….

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  60. Kate on

    I’m so excited about these zinnias, we should have a zinnia all inclusive pack! 😁 I’m crazy about precious metals, and alpenglow but then dawn creek pastels, golden hour oh my what to choose? I vote for more giants like precious metals in the future.

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  61. Lisa Steinberg on

    The celosia are just so magical! Especially love the coral reef!

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  62. Robert. S on

    I love the rose gold celosia and alpenglow zinnias.

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  63. Jean on

    All of the Floret originals make me (Dawn Creek) Blush a shade of (Dusty) Rose from head to toe. The (Alpen) Glow can be seen from the (Shooting) Stars. They seem sweet as (Spun) Sugar and (Summer) Sherbet. If I could pick a favorite I would, but I’m not sure I Can (Can Girls).

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  64. Justine Kiser on

    I am most excited about vintage rose celosia and Alpenglow zinnia! This year I am focusing my garden on flowers for my daughter’s wedding in September. These two beauties will be gorgeous additions!

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  65. Ella Foote on

    I dream of a Dahlia wonderland!! Your varieties will make my dreams come true!! Thank you for the opportunity to add your dahlia beauties to my dream wonderland, you can never have too many flowers!

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  66. Henrietta Groeneveld on

    How special it would be to walk through a garden of celosia! I’d love to especially see your Sangria and mix them all in with my other cut flowers! Thank you for the oppurtunity!

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  67. Dusti Sikes on

    They are all exquisite! What a fantastic job y’all did! I am very excited for them all, however the unicorn mix and shooting stars dahlias really have me pumped!

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  68. Ruth Goethals on

    Wow!! I’ve never looked at zinnias in the same way as I do when I look at your incredible collection!!
    Just when I think I have my Wish List made and finalized, I come back, review them again and the process starts all over. This feels like the repeat situation I had going into your August seed sale, and I have a feeling this will be the norm every year!
    Normally, I wouldn’t be thankful for so much confusion in my life, but in this case I have to say, Thank You!! Every single one of them that you’ve created is pure eye candy and I know I’ll be thrilled with any of the choices I make! How could I not be?!
    Can hardly wait to see flowers again in my northern MI, Zone 5 life!
    Congrats and cheers to everyone at Floret Farm for all of the hard work and dedication it took to launch the Originals!

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  69. Melinda Rabbitt DeFeo on

    I came to look at the dahlias but the celosia took my breath away. I grow dahlias with no fence but will need to find someplace deerproof for those dreamy colors for they critters will be drooling :)

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  70. Katie on

    I keep trying to narrow it down to answer this question but then I can’t bear to think of leaving a variety out Lol – I’d so love the opportunity to grow them all!! Just to name a couple of MANY that I’m equally incredibly excited about:
    I may be slightlyyy partial to the unicorn mix. For as long as I can remember I have always been particularly drawn to and fascinated by the more unique colorations/patterns of flowers. I now have a background in molecular biology/genetics, so I find the bicolor etc flowers always so captivating at multiple levels! For similar reasons, I’m also super excited about the dahlia seed mixes. Talk about genes galore with those dahlias! The diversity!! The possibilities contained within those seeds !!! Getting to witness something of a “curated” evolution (a process that normally takes like a million lifetimes) of the zinnias into the stunning mixes they are today is just SO COOL. Thank you for sharing the behind the scenes!

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  71. Violet on

    My daughter has been nonstop talking about these for the past month or so, and I know before that she’s been excited about them for years ( more occasional excited babble :) ) This has turned most recently into giddy talks of us hoping to grow some together which would be oh so special to us!! When she was little zinnias were one of the things we’d grow together, although she didn’t seem to like the zinnias so much… turns out it was because of the colors! So, among many other wonderful things, here’s to the colors you’re releasing to the world becoming the favorite flowers of little girls worldwide! So hard to choose which ones I’m most excited at the thought of growing but Golden Hour, Dawn Creek Pastels, and any of the dahlias may be slightly ahead

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  72. Elise on

    My daughter is 3 years old and a budding flower gardener. We are the most excited for Bee’s choice and unicorn zinnias. “Mama, we HAVE to grow those!”, she told me (she loves unicorns and zinnias). I remember gardening with my grandmother when I was young. She had an impressive vegetable garden and grew zinnias along the borders. The memories of those colorful, glorious flowers have always remained so vivid in my mind. I still love to garden today because of my grandmother. I can’t wait to create beautiful memories with my own littles with your seeds! Thank you for creating excitement in a little girl’s heart! ❤️

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  73. Kerri on

    I’m so grateful for all of the work you all have done to create these beautiful varieties! I really love the spun sugar celosia and the alpenglow zinnias.

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  74. Diane Tetz on

    Everyone of these flowers are so beautiful! So difficult to choose a favorite. Golden hour zinnias are a top choice.

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  75. Susie S. on

    So many stunning varieties! They absolutely take my breath away! Thank you !

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  76. Amber Harrison on

    I am quite torn between trying “Autumn Blaze” or “Sangria” celosia. I live in a warm, humid growing zone now and read that celosia does quite well here. I am a little timid to try new kinds of seeds but I had great success last summer and fall with zinnias! They are a new favorite of mine!
    I grew up in Alaska and my zinnias never did well. Slugs always gnawed them straight to the ground. I had one redidish, orange bloom once in all the years I tried them. It was quite devastating and I had given up on that flower completely.
    Since moving to Zone 8 , I’ve had the most beautiful , colorful zinnias grow all season long! Everyone has commented on them in the bouquets I gift.. I’ve been surprised to learn many people don’t know what a zinnia is! I CANNOT wait to give your “”Unicorn Mix” a try. Anything with bright colors is always so stunning to me, possibly from looking at too much snow my whole life. Also who doesn’t like unicorns? The colors on those are so eye catching and really pop! Thank you for all your beautiful seeds Floret!

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  77. Andrea Curtis on

    I just can’t decide what to order ! Everything you offer is so wonderfully beautiful! I know whatever ends up growing in my garden will be a delight! Thank you.

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  78. Sherry Bishop on

    I can’t wait to purchase zinnia seeds!😍😍 But dahlia and celosia are on my wish list as well. It would mean so much to win one of the collections! Because my dream is to start a flower farm. I am working towards it each year. I would love for a lot of the bouquets to look antique and your flowers are perfect❤️

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  79. Jennifer T on

    I want some Unicorn mix zinnias and some of those Cancan Girls seeds.

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  80. Tiffy W. on

    They are all so beautiful! I am excited to try Dawn Creek Blush & Bee’s Choice. ❤️

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  81. Myra on

    Anything coral,peach or apricot. Luv vintage rose celosia. Thank u for all u do to bring God’s beautiful creations to all the world. He truly has a hand on your farm.

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  82. Patryk Madrid on

    They’re all so beautiful! I’m particularly excited for the rose gold celosia and Alpenglow zinnia!

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  83. Mark Humphreys on

    Incredible detail in both your writing and your seed selection. So much to be proud of here.

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  84. Nicky on

    Oh my gosh I love them all. The zinnias all of them. My daughter in Franklin TN just announced they were her favorite. Dalias from seed I have not done so my favorite again is all of them. I have grown dalias and Asiatic lillies from tubers and I have just loved your Facebook sharing and stories. I have shared them with many of my flower growing friends. Whether I get chosen for free seeds or not your site has Bought me though the Oregon fall winter and that I thank you for.

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  85. Nicole on

    Everything is so beautiful. I’m going to try the Coral Reef and the Petite Florets.

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  86. Reghan Ashworth on

    How could I pick a favorite?!! But I think the Alpenglows have captured my heart!!! My mother and I are going to grow them together in tribute to my late grandfather who was a florist. We can’t wait!!! Gorgeous xoxo

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  87. Yvonne Marie Gallegos on

    The Dawn Creek varieties are just so darn sweet! Looking forward to those and of course Floret daughters! xoxo

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  88. Audrey LeMasters on

    Bees choice, all of the dahlias and all of the zinnias!!! I recently moved to Alaska and I’m so excited to try these varieties here!!

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  89. Leanne on

    Precious metals and the rest of the zinnias 😍

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  90. Lily Gottschang on

    Look at all the beauty your team has brought into the world! I can’t begin imagine all the new life, memories, and beauty that will spread from here in the first offering!

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  91. Christal McManus on

    I want to add Precious Metals to my cutting garden and Dawn Creek Blush for sure! I’ve marked my calendar. Thank for for breeding and making these amazing new varieties available!

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  92. Anne on

    I am absolutely loving the Victorian Wedding!

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  93. Michelle Cates on

    I’m most excited about your Zinnias! I have purchased many from you in past years, with my favourite being Unicorn Mix. However, I’m very excited to try Victorian Wedding, Golden Hour, and Alpen Glow. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  94. Carolyn Hansen on

    All of these are incredibly beautiful! I am most excited to add Unicorn Mix, Victorian Wedding, Coral Reef, Summer Sherbet and Bees Choice to my garden!!!

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  95. Kristy Davidson on

    It’s hard to pick just one, but Celosia Spun Sugar looks fantastic!

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  96. Nan Gerhart on

    There are so many to be excited about!! Too many to name!! Alpenglow, Precious Metals, Golden Hour, all the Dawn Creek varieties…then there are the dahlias and celosias…oh my!!!

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  97. Carolyn Jane on

    I’m most excited for Celosia in Limonata and the Zinnias in Dawn Creek Honey and Precious Metals. Im really feeling the muted tones this season. I hope to add these with the several packs I bought last year to my parents garden. It be my first season planting. Can’t wait :)

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  98. Henrietta Groeneveld on

    I’d love to try put spun sugar in my garden this year! Thank you for the wonderful opportunity:)

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  99. Henry on

    The Victorian wedding variety looks amaaaaaazing. We will be perched and ready to buy a packet on the day!

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  100. Emily Miller on

    I’m most excited for the unicorn zinnias and the bees choice dahlias!!!!

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  101. Kristen Harris on

    Do far my favorites I will be trying to get are:

    Celosia rose gold
    Zinnia alpenglow
    Dahlia petite florets
    Pink chenille
    Bees choice

    I have all your books and I’m attempting my first years at a cut flower garden! I’m so dang excited!! I’ve got 6 flower beds ready and I’m hoping to put in a few more!

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  102. Meghan on

    Looking forward to celosia and dahlias!! I love the fun colors you are adding to the mix! Thank you.

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  103. Bridget Molchan on

    I am very excited about all of Floret Farms Original Seeds. I bought a farm this year we are setting up the hoop house and fields. I am particularly interested Zinnia Alpenglow, Unicorn Mix, Victorian wedding and Golden Hour. I have grown and dried Celosia for years and hope to add glowing embers, vintage rose and Autumn blaze to my collection. Thank you!

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  104. Kate Rutt on

    I’m most excited about Precious Metals and Spun Sugar! Really hoping I’m able to try them!!

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  105. Kat on

    Can’t wait to get some Goldenhour zinnia and spun sugar celosia blooms in my garden!!!! The colors are magical!!!

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  106. Jamie on

    What you and your team have done over the past 7 years is truly inspiring. I so look forward to growing Shooting Stars, Dawns Creek Blush and Vintage Rose looks beyond gorgeous! Thank you for all the hard work! I can’t wait to see them in my gardens. ❤️✨🌻

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  107. Katy Parkman on

    I’m in love with all the dahlia varieties!! They’ve become my favorite flower to grow! I also love the “little flower girl” zinnia and the story behind it, it’s so pretty and I love the uniqueness to it!! But if I’m being completely honest, I love all of them and I’m so excited to see the beauty that you’ve created!!

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  108. Max on

    I think Zinnia Golden Hour is just about the coolest flower I have ever seen. I would be honored to be a custodian of that lovely lady.

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  109. Cynthia on

    I am most excited about Celosia Pink Chenille and Celosia Vintage Rose. They are total magic! I would also be thrilled to grow Zinnia Dawn Creek or Creek honey. Oh who am I kidding, I love them all 😍

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  110. Kristine H on

    With all the excitement leading up to your sale I can’t believe the day is finally so close to be able to purchase Golden Hour !!! You’re love for thinking outside the traditional colors will change Flower Farmers and Home gardens forever!!! Look out backyard 2024 New Colors coming Golden Hour Thank you Team Florets 💗

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  111. Meghan Dudenhoeffer on

    Looking forward to growing the aplenglow and precious metals! I cannot wait to share these with my customers 💗

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  112. Linda Brady on

    Oh, Erin! Congratulations to all of you! Your dedication is so admirable and your enthusiasm is contagious! I’ve never grown flowers before I started watching you and now I get to experience so much beauty that wasn’t in my life before… It’s very apropos that your beauty came into my life shortly after my double lung transplet due to Cystic Fibrosis. Both blessings have given me a new opportunity to live a healthy life full of beauty & new experiences that I never dreamed I’d have. I love to share my flowers with my family, neighbors and friends! What a better way to express how much they all mean to me. Every single one of these is gorgeous! I’ve made my list from Most Favorite to Favorite and am excited about Fe. 6th approaching. I love every single mix! Thank you for your dedication and for bringing beauty into all of our lives; along with giving us the confidence to know that any one of us can learn & do new things! I can’t wait to start growing! Take care & don’t forget to slow down & breathe it all in!! Much love & admiration, Linda Brady
    ❤️🌱💛🌿🩷🤗

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  113. Rachel Dunnagan on

    I’m looking forward to Victorian Wedding the colors are just perfect. I’m really excited for Can Can Girls and Spun Sugar. I can’t wait for this year’s growing season and all the joy it brings!

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  114. Hannah on

    I am going to try to grow dalias this year the first time!

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  115. Kelly Crabb on

    I’ve shared this on your IG page, but at the ripe age of 43 I was forced to retire early from photography due to health issues (numbness in my hands due to nerve damage in my neck, leading me to not be able to work at a desk or lift more than 10 pounds). I have been looking for the next thing that truly lit my heart on fire. I found it last summer when I started my first cut flower garden comprised entirely of seeds I purchased from Floret. Erin, your series “Growing Floret” let me (and my husband, Jeremy) to tears every episode. It was like a heartcry I didn’t know I even had. I felt called to be in the dirt, cocreating with God and nature. Jeremy and I worked to create a 500 square foot garden bed and spent all summer together working to grow and tend and harvest and create with what came from our small little bed. But I have honestly never been more fulfilled – even in my 20 years as a photographer (and I LOVED being a photographer). For this reason, Golden Hour is without question the breed I am most excited about. Followed closely by Autumn Blaze, because it was my favorite time of year to photograph here in Kansas City. NOTHING would delight me more than to care for some of your seeds here in KC and be able to live more into this new found passion of mine. Regardless, THANK YOU for all you are doing to inspire me daily. You quite literally are changing my life. (@iamkellycrabb – formerly @vine.and.gather on IG)

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  116. Amanda Froese on

    First year aspirational flower farmer here just trying my hand to see how well things grow after working on my regenerative ag setup and doing well with veggies so far. Precious metals drew me in initially but now having looked through your site Im getting attached to many more varieties. Little seed girl looks very special and love the name origin. Of course I’d love little bit of everything and would be so blessed to grow a variety of what you’re offering!

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  117. Sandy on

    They’re all amazing and I’m definitely hoping to grow some Petite Florets, Victorian Wedding mix, and Dawn Creek pastels, but the spun sugar and rose gold celosias stopped me in my tracks! They are mouth-wateringly delicious!

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  118. Elizabeth on

    I am most excited about precious metals!!! I can’t imagine what magic a zinnia that fades to turquoises will bring to my life and I can’t wait to find out! I do wish I could bring all of your lovely flower souls home to my garden, what a blessing that would be. Thank you for all that you do <3

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  119. Melanie Moore on

    As much as I love big blooms the Little Flower Girl and Petite Florets are stunning ! The Rose Gold Celosia will compliment these two beautifully!

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  120. Brittany Nelson on

    I simply must get my paws on Alpenglow, Precious Metals, and Unicorn Mix, but I just love them all!! Congratulations Floret on curating something so unique and lovely to share with all of us flower lovers! 🥳🥳

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  121. Kim on

    I couldn’t be more thrilled with your new collections of zinnias! I have been searching for the perfect peach variety for a while (non-zinderella), and was prepared to start breeding them myself–but now I find out you’ve done all this work already!

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  122. Christen on

    So excited to start a cutting garden this year! So many beautiful varieties to choose from, but I think the Precious Metal Zinnias, Bee’s Choice Dahlia’s, and Rose Gold Celosia are at the top of my list!

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  123. Kellen on

    Excited to add some of your beautiful zinnias and celosias to my garden this year. Especially the precious metals, Victorian wedding and rose gold. ♥️

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  124. Erin on

    I’m most excited about Spun Sugar! It caught my eye from the very beginning & it’s stayed on my list as a must-have ever since. Just beautiful.

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  125. Heather on

    I’m always excited to add new varieties of Zinnias into my Northern Minnesota garden.

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  126. Tamara on

    I love the zinna’s aplen glow, they are just so so gorgeous. I am really looking forward to grow these in my flower garden. But to be honest, all of them are amazing and such beautiful colors. I am very excited about the entire launch.

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  127. Beth S on

    I am excited for the dahlias! Petite Florets!! 😃

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  128. Joshua L on

    I haven’t grown celosia before so I’m excited to try Autumn Blaze and Spun Sugar!

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  129. Emma S on

    I can’t wait for Dawn Creek pastels and Golden Hour!! 💜💜

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  130. Pavani on

    It sounds weird, but every single day, I visit the floret originals sale page and adore them. It just make my soul happy, and I can’t imagine how it feels when I finally have these seeds in hand and they start blooming in my garden. I used to grow dhalia’s 5 years ago and my Mom loved them. I lost her few years ago to cancer and I stopped growing flowers in my garden.
    Erin re-inspired me so deep that there is no looking back. I will start re-growing flowering plants especially Dhalia’s every year and I know my Mom will be happy where ever she is.
    As Erin says they are “magical little plant souls” and yes they are to me. I wish my little gals will also be called “Little flower girl” just like Erin. This year on my list are:
    Celosia’s – Vintage Rose, Rasberry lemonade
    Zinnia’s – Dawn creek blush, Precious metals
    Dhalia’s – Every single floret original.
    I got a lot of stuff in the August sale and I will get more this time. Hopefully the you have enough for all. Thank Erin and team for everything.

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  131. Janet on

    Wow, this all feels like the start of something BIG, impacting the world in a positive way at time when the world could use a little peace, hope & beauty.

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  132. Laurel Muff on

    How can I choose just one?!? I’m really loving those ‘sangria mix’ celosia and the ‘victorian wedding’ zinnias. I think they might go very well together in a bouquet. :)

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  133. Mary McElroy on

    Unicorn zinnias and Cancun Girls dahlias have my mouth watering. I loved the documentary. So inspiring.

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  134. Rachel on

    Gahh! All the dahlias!! I decided I need all of them 🥰

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  135. Sandy on

    Love them all! Beautiful.

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  136. Thomas Seale on

    Love Zinnia Precious Metals
    . Love to see this growing here in Fairhope.

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  137. Mary Byland on

    I am so excited to grow Shooting Stars, no two are alike. Thanks for making your seeds available to all!

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  138. Amanda on

    Precious metals! They are all gorge but this one is my color jam.

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  139. Linnea on

    They are all so stunning, wow! I am hoping for the floret dahlias, Dawn creek blush, little flower girl and the rose gold celosia is gorgeous! It is so hard to choose from all of this flower magic you are releasing to the world. Thank you so much Erin and the whole Floret team!

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  140. Kelly Manning on

    The soft shades of pastels are breathtaking and it is like growing beauty, peace and joy and what I’d like to fill my garden with. So Alpenglow and Previous Metals stand out to me. One of my greatest pleasures is to give bouquets away and to see how they brighten up a person.
    Thank you for sharing your passion!

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  141. Diana D on

    They all look amazing!!! I’m so excited for the Dahlias Bees choice and Zinnias Victorian wedding (:

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  142. Jennifer Wilson on

    The zinnias are at the top of my list. So excited to see Precious Metals, Alpenglow, Golden Hour, Unicorn Mix, and Victorian Wedding. I was able to snag some Dawn Creek seeds a few years ago in one of her fundraisers, and they did not disappoint. Zinnias appreciate South Texas’s hot climate, and it’s so exciting to try new varieties!

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  143. Rachel B on

    They all look amazing! Im most excited about Alpenglow and Petite Florets- they look soooo gorgeous!

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  144. Erin Dixon on

    I’m so excited for precious metals and Victorian wedding. I live very far north in Canada and I’ve never seen a zinnia in real life so I’m stoked to give these guys a try! I am also excited to try the sangria mix and dusty rose celosia. Also I’ve never seen celosia in real life so I’m looking forward to it! Thanks for sharing your amazing and artistic floral vision! 💕

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  145. Brenda Arndt on

    I’m so very excited about trying to grow your Floret Originals! I love the Dawn Creek Pastels and Peach, Petite,shooting stars, and Bee’s choice Dahlias. Who am I kidding…I loved them all. Thank you so much for sharing your love of flowers to all of us! I hope I get lucky enough to purchase some before they all get gone!

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  146. Laurie on

    So excited to grow precious metals, alpen glow and to see golden hour again -had in the past and tried to save seeds every year! You and your team —just amazing and I am so appreciative of all your hard work and vision!

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  147. Alicia on

    OMG! Cannot wait to get these — my favorite ones are the Victorian Wedding and Precious Metals zinnias — but they are all so beautiful. Good luck everyone!

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  148. Gabriella Buyck on

    So excited for them all! But the new creation of the dahlias are breathtaking 😍 The petite floret and the shooting stars are gorgeous!

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  149. Orion Milligan on

    Growing embers, spun sugar and coral reef- to name a few are some I’m really looking forward too!

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  150. Katie Mangicaro on

    Oh so many beauties to choose from! I would love the petite floret, the sangria, and the Victorian wedding for sure! Hope to be growing these all and more soon!

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  151. Gab on

    I’ve been drying a lot of flowers and incorporating them into my art lessons. I think your celosia will be just perfect for that. I can’t wait!

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  152. Nicole M on

    So thrilled for this next chapter of the farm! Everything is beautiful but I’m really looking forward to Precious Metals and Cancan Girls.

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  153. Danielle Ralys on

    Alpenglow is BEAUTIFUL! I can’t wait to try it out this year. Thank you for making these available to us all :)!

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  154. Steph M on

    All of them; can hardly wait to see them bloom & bring joy in VA!

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  155. Vicki Lander on

    Congratulations on your beautiful collaboration with nature. All of these new varieties are so exciting and will surely change the flower world for ever more. I love them all, but am especially excited to grow “Glowing Embers”, “Spun Sugar”, “Coral Reef”, “Alpen Glow”, “Precious Metals”, “Dawn Creek Blush” and “Petite Florets”. Wishing you every success in all of your endeavors. Your work is amazing and I am a big fan.
    🌸 vicki lander@flower hill farm

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  156. Hannah W. on

    Ok, you convinced me to try celosia this year!!! It’s BEYOND to try and pick just one but one of the varieties I’m most excited about is precious metals. Love the range of coloring and would love to experiment arranging the different shades with all kinds of color schemes and see how they transform in each 🧡🧡🧡🧡 one of my all time flowers 🌞

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  157. Hannah W. on

    Ok, you convinced me to try celosia this year!!! It’s BEYOND to try and pick just one but one of the varieties I’m most excited about is precious metals. Love the range of coloring and would love to experiment arranging the different shades with all kinds of color schemes and see how they transform in each 🧡🧡🧡🧡 one of my all time flowers

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  158. Aurora David on

    This is a tough one! If given a chance to win. I would like to grow most of the Dawn Creek Zinnia Varieties, New Dalhia varieties specifically petite Florets and of course the Victorian Wedding Mix Zinnia. My good friend is getting married this August with a very intimate setting and I planned to grow as much as I can this season to support her wedding. I also would like to hopefully share the flowers as well with my neighbors and bring a dash of color on our side walk where they can pick flowers and bring home. I think that’s my inspiration to grow Zinnia and Dahlia varieties this year.

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  159. Nicole Skattum on

    I am so excited for the unicorn mix, cannot wait for planting season!! 🌱

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  160. Edith on

    I can’t wait! I’m hoping to grab Alpenglow, Precious Metals and Cancan Girls!

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  161. Brekka Bloms-Hancock on

    It’s impossible to pick a favorite! Golden Hour, Alpenglow, Precious Metals, and Unicorn Mix are absolute showstoppers. The celosias are drool worthy, spun sugar probably tops my list. So grateful to be able to purchase your creations this week. Your hard work is appreciated!

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  162. Summer LeBard on

    I’m beyond excited for the Floret Originals! Dawn creek blush, Dawn creek pastels, precious metals, unicorn mix, dahlia’s and golden hour. I fell in love with growing cut flowers last year and can’t wait grow more this year. Thanks for sharing your love of flowers with the world.

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  163. Steffanie on

    I can’t wait fir the precious metals, cancan, petite floret and little flower girl! Just breathtaking! Thank you so much.

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  164. Rebecca on

    I can’t wait to grow celosias! They will look amazing in our garden and I can’t wait to share them with family and friends 💐

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  165. Maegen on

    Will be adding Petite Floret and Alpenglow! Obsessed with all of them!

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  166. Selene on

    Zinnias…all of them, so lovely

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  167. Susan Kanerviko on

    Looking forward to them all. Especially Precious Metals!

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  168. Kathleen Jackson on

    🐠🦐 🐟 An entire reef of Celosias! 🐬🐙🐡

    How else can I truly create “a better wave” without adding this perfected flower to our gardens? 💦 Splash!

    Between tbe movie 🎥 & the blog’s deep dive 🧜‍♀️ I’m inspired to get out my surfing fins!

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  169. Cassie Pearce on

    My favorites : alpenglow, precious metals, vintage rose celosia, Limonata celosia, bee’s choice dahlias.

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  170. Gunner on

    Looking forward to growing the Precious Metals and Alpenglow Zinnias!

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  171. Kerri on

    Thank you for all of the love that you have poured into these collections! All of the varieties are so gorgeous that it was difficult to narrow them down. Rose Gold and Alpenglow are the varieties that I am most excited about planting in my garden. I am also excited to try growing dahlias from seed and think that Petite Florets is the perfect variety to give this a shot. I cannot wait for the release!

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  172. kim on

    love all the zinnias, looking forward to unicorn mix!

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  173. Daniel Mooney on

    I love “Spun Sugar” and “Bees Choice”. Thank you for sparking interest in growing flowers and making it accessible to everyone. Your work is inspiring.

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  174. Katie Marx on

    I am most excited for the Cancan Girls! There are so many others I am dreaming of growing.

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  175. Robin K Emerson on

    I’m so looking forward to spring to plant new flowers! I love all of the dahlias, zinnias and cosmos that I have ordered from you in the past and I’m excited for the new ones this year. I love the shooting stars and bees choice and can’t wait to get them and watch them grow!

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  176. Kevin Price on

    I just started following your farm recently! All I can say is wow, I am so impressed with what your family has built. We are just getting started on a much smaller scale and all of these Floret Originals are incredible. Any of the varieties that are getting released would be a welcome addition to our garden. If I had to pick a favorite to add to my collection it would be the “Petite Florets” mix.

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  177. Carole Albrecht on

    Oh. I am so excited about what you have been growing…. you must know from all these comments how you have impacted so many lives with the joy of wanting to dig in the earth, plant these little seeds and then nurture them and then finally relishing the bouquets. Thank you for creating such beautiful varieties. And which is my favourite…..oh dear….i am looking forward to unicorn mix! And trying your Bee Choice …..I am so looking forward to spring. Carole.

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  178. Leah Quinn on

    I’m so excited you can finally share these little souls! I’m excited to grow Alpenglow and Precious Metals. I’ve loved following your breeding journey. Thank you for bringing us all along.

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  179. Jaimie Gallo on

    Can I pick all of them!!?! I guess if I had to pick a couple then it would be Alpen Glow Zinnias and Petite Floret Dahlia seeds!!! I am really eyeballing ALL of the zinnias and dahlias though! Such gorgeous colors of blooms! Congratulations on these beauties!

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  180. Erin Sarita on

    It’s so hard to choose! But I must say, I’m most excited about the Zinnias! Particularly, Precious Metals and Alpenglow. I never really fancied Zinnias, but after seeing such beautiful colors and varieties from Floret Farms, it’s a new found love. 😍✨

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  181. Loryssa on

    Really looking forward to the dahlia bees choice! But I want them all. Will be growing my first ever garden this spring, I cannot wait to start this flower growing journey with floret

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  182. Henrietta scheerhorn on

    You are an inspiration! I’m looking for places to dig up and grow new flowers. I love the soft colors. The golden hour zinnias are amazing. As I scroll down, I see the vibrant colors of the sangria mix and know I have to have those also. I can’t wait for spring to get started on digging up my dirt and preparing it for all these beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing all of the things you do to make Flowers a success.

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  183. Lucas on

    I’m planting my first cutting garden this year. I’m definitely included Floret Sangria Mix, Unicorn, Cancan Girls, Golden Hour Little flower Girl and Vintage Rose.

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  184. Kath on

    This is so exciting and inspiring! Victorian wedding, Autumn Blaze, Dawn Creek Honey, Bee’s Choice are all on my list!

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  185. Jill Alison on

    Hmmm, what a conundrum! First of all, they are all too beautiful to make a firm choice (all choices are good ones!) Second of all, and personally, I garden six flights up on my fire escape, which has it’s own unique microclimate! But zinnias are my babies. They love it out there and the squirrels are fairly respectful. And though all being equally beautiful, I think Precious Metals has my heart. I’d like to try Limonata and Summer Sherbet Celosia, as well. Never having grown celosia, but hearing they love heat, is reassuring.

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  186. Betsy on

    Thank you for opening up the world of cut flowers! I first discovered you last year through your show and then asked for your “Cut Flower Garden” book for Christmas. I am now planning my first cut flower garden. I am excited to try Dahlia Bee’s Choice, the Precious Metals and Unicorn Mix, as well as Raspberry Lemonade and Spun Sugar.

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  187. Eva Kinnear on

    I’ve admired Kori’s zinnias for years! I’ve followed her and gushed over the gorgeous, unique colors. I’m so excited to have the chance to plant them in my garden this year! Precious metals is another one that Erin has highlighted these past years, and I can’t wait to try those too! The colors are dreamy and so lovely, one truly excited excited customer here :)

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  188. Angie on

    Love them all! Sunset/sunrise colors have always been my flower favorites, from light to dark. “Limonata” will be a great filler and “golden hour” and fluffy Dawn Creek zinnias have been on my wishlist for years!

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  189. Isabel Petersilie on

    I really love the Alpenglow and my mom loves the precious metals but really, they are all so lovely! If I were to win, I would plant and care for them as part of my 4H plant science project with the hopes of having beautiful blooms to enter in the fair. I am a 12 year old Kansas farm girl and 4Her and I love gardening, mostly vegetables and I would be so excited to try my hand at raising cut flowers!

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  190. Mary Beaubien on

    Congratulations on this accomplishment and all the hard work that went into it! I’m not a fancy writer but want to say Floret has been an inspiration to me to continue growing beautiful flowers and has nurtured my love of digging in the dirt to create joy and love. Namaste, MaryB

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  191. Katie O. on

    I love the Zinnia Unicorn Mix but will also be getting Shooting Stars! The colors are so bright and happy! Congratulations on this wonderful milestone for Floret.

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  192. Kathleen Morrison on

    So looking forward to planting the new seeds and my previous years zinnia, sweet pea, and dahlia seeds. I didn’t get to plant all the seeds I purchased last year. The sweet peas I planted last year were absolutely gorgeous and abundant. I love cutting and gifting bouquets for my family and friends . I also love the view of my garden from my kitchen window, so many pretty colors!

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  193. Chelsea McGinnis on

    Oh my! It is so hard to decide which is my favorite! I went thru the blog several times and wrote down my favorites…trying to narrow down what I can add to my little backyard space this spring/summer/fall. I think the limonata and the precious metals zinnias really struck me the must. I cannot wait to add whatever I can to my garden. Thank you for bringing this to all of us – the hard work you all have put into this….just incredible.

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  194. Kathryn on

    Zinnias are how I fell in love with growing my own flowers and can’t wait to grow the golden hour variety this summer!

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  195. Erin Ferguson on

    I am so grateful that you all are making the world a more beautiful place! Thank you! I recently lost my job and am looking to perpetuate this beauty in my hometown. Making a butterfly and pollinator “stop over” is a priority for me-giving back. Making a living by giving back: priceless. I’m planning on starting with the Alpenglow and golden hour and unicorn zinnia varieties and adding the summer sherbet and coral reef celosias to the garden…the dahlia varieties I’m planning on starting with are the Bee’s choice, shooting stars, Cancan girls. I’m leasing some space in my parents’ yard! Here’s to a new, beautiful journey!

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  196. Jeanne McCabe on

    I will plant the zinnias and celosia since the deer in my neighborhood won’t bother with them

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  197. Mary on

    I am a third year grower @stop.flower in zone 4B Ontario Canada! Had great success with growing willliam dam showpiece mix here last summer but the cuts were not so vase-loving. Can’t wait to order Cancan Girls on Tuesday!!!!! 💕💕💕👍

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  198. Hawk Hill Farms on

    This is our first year as flower farmers at Hawk Hill Farms and we are super stoked about the hues of Alpenglow!

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  199. -JENN- on

    OH MY LANTA….!!!! HOW TO CHOOSE… ALREADY CREATED A LIST FOR RELEASE DATE!!! SOOOOO VERY SUPER STOKED FOR THE CELOSIA COLLECTION!!! I GROW THESE EVERY YEAR AND ARE ONE OF MY FAVORITE GEMS!!!! TOTALLY CAN’T WAIT TO ADD CELOSIA DUSTY ROSE, ROSE GOLD N’ VINTAGE ROSE TO MY GARDEN!!!! SPRING CAN’T COME SOON ENOUGH!!!

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  200. Michelle on

    I am planning the space this weekend to grow these beautiful seeds. Trying to narrow down my favorites will be hard. Congratulations on this huge step for your farm.

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  201. Duabchi on

    So excited for Alpenglow! It would match my current garden palette and would fit my low maintenance gardening style :)

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  202. Erica B on

    i literally cannot stop thinking about all of these babies!!! i keep coming back here! i’m too excited!

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  203. Migdalia Bushey on

    Looking forward to this years blossoms. The unicorn mix is what I am looking forward to planting, but I do love them all. My coworkers also get to enjoy them when I bring them into work.

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  204. Erica Berger on

    i literally cannot stop thinking about all of these babies!!! i keep coming back here! i’m too excited!

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  205. Annie on

    Hands down, I’m most excited for Alpenglow, Precious Metals and Victoria Wedding! Those colours are the perfection!!! Thank you Team Floret for all your hard work year after year!

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  206. Jane Hardin on

    I’m in love with the celosia! I’ve never grown it before and would love to win the seeds! Also, the shooting stars dahlia 😍

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  207. Melissa on

    Dawn creek pastels. The pastel zinnias almost look fake because there is nothing else like them out there. This feels like how Christmas as a child felt. So exciting and giddy. Thank you!

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  208. Kim on

    We are excited about all your new Zinna offerings.
    Especially Alpenglow, Precious Metals and all the peachy apricot hues. 😁

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  209. Lil on

    They’re all so beautiful, such a difficult choice! I can’t wait to see Precious Metals, Dusty Rose, Limonata, Shooting Stars and Dawn Creek Blush in my garden.

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  210. Sarah Law on

    I don’t know if I can pick just one, but Bee’s choice is so lovely!

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  211. Sarah Head on

    Excited for celosia and the Floret dahlia. Thank you!

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  212. Laura on

    Little Flower Girl and Dawn Creek a honey are truly whimsical. So excited for all of these dreamy pastels!

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  213. Allison G on

    Most excited about the zinnias. Those pastel colors are a dream!

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  214. Sabra Nelson on

    Wow idk where to begin I love them all and I love watching your business grow and flourish! I love the dusty rose celosia but I’m a sucker for some dahlias. Can’t wait for spring! Excited to hopefully try some of the early bloomers this year. Living in the PNW you never know what weather and plants will do in early spring!
    Thanks for always sharing so much wonderful content, your passion for flowers shows and is contagious!

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  215. Kelley Roseman on

    I am most excited to grow the dusty rose celosia and the Victorian wedding zinnias! These are so stunning! Can’t wait for the growing season to begin and have beautiful cut flowers in my home and to share!

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  216. Sandra Baumgartel on

    So excited about ALL of the new varieties but especially dawn creek blush and alpen glow zinnias. Stunning!!

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  217. Inessa on

    I’m new to this beautiful flower world but I’m so inspired by you and your love for flowers. I hope to start a flower garden this year. Don’t know much but I read your book and I feel good about it. All the flower are amazing but I’m most excited about the Celosia. They are so unique and I don’t see them being grown much.

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  218. Sherrie on

    I would love to grow Zinnia Alpenglow and Spun Sugar Celosia in my cut flower garden. They would look so lovely in flower arrangements.

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  219. Becca Hollen on

    Dahlias are how I got into the flower garden game so I am most excited about the dahlia shooting star variety. I love that dahlia seeds can make a tuber 🤩

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  220. Ashley on

    Dawn creek honey and blush is a dream come true💕

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  221. Marisa on

    I’m looking forward to gifting some Floret seed to my daughter who moved from the PNW to TN about 18 months ago. She shares my love of gardening, in fact, introduced me to Floret & I’m particularly interested in Golden Hours & Precious Metals for her. It’ll be sweet growing flowers together but from a distance.

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  222. Krista on

    I’m so excited for the Unicorn Mix Zinnia seeds. I’m also excited for the Petit florets & Shooting stars dahlia seeds. They are all so gorgeous looking & would be amazing to have in my garden.

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  223. Keren Ram on

    I’m so excited about Vintage Rose and Rose Gold celosias! Those colors mixed with the plume shape is everything!! And of course, all of the Dawn Creek zinnia varieties. Particularly Dawn Creek Honey… definitely feels like I want to eat these flowers when I’m looking at them! Thank you for all of your hard work in bringing these gorgeous new friends to the party!

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  224. Grace on

    I am so excited for the Petite Floret variety! I’m hoping to have a thriving garden by the time I get married and make my own bouquet out of these gorgeous flowers with unique growth and gorgeous colors.

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  225. Victoria on

    All the new Zinnias!!!! I can’t pick one 🙈

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  226. Emily C on

    I’m excited for all of them, but most excited for Alpenglow!

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  227. Deja on

    I want to extend my congratulations to you and your team for the exceptional effort put into developing new varieties that brings immense happiness to people worldwide. It’s quite difficult for me to select a favorite among the numerous stunning options you have created. I am eagerly looking forward to purchasing multiple seeds to grow in my garden and share with my families and friends. Your groundbreaking innovation is undeniably revolutionizing the realm of cut flowers.

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  228. Holly on

    We are so excited to grow Alpenglow and Precious Metals!

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  229. Aleksia on

    The antique celosia and alpenglow zinnias are on my buying list! This is sooooo exciting!!

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  230. Kristi D. on

    Precious metals and Alpenglow! But they are all so gorgeous it’s hard to choose!

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  231. Lisa Perry on

    Oh my gosh I’m beyond excited to grow the incredible colors in your zinnia collections. In particular Dawn Creek, Appenglow, and Precious Metals. It’s a “toss-up”between which one I am most excited about. This will be my first full season of growing Floret flowers. Last summer I put in a brand new bed solely for the purpose of growing your seeds. I have already started many different varieties in my new greenhouse, probably way too many lol… So when I heard about this seed sale, I knew I had to add at least a few of these varieties in for this spring/summer. So very excited!

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  232. Melissa on

    I am not sure how anyone can pick a favorite they are all so amazingly beautiful, the alpenglow does catch my eye. I know I and going to try and buy some to add to my garden. Can not wait!

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  233. Beate Taylor on

    I am most excited about the Dahlia varieties. I discovered the beauty of dahlias through your show. I had them in all my wedding arrangements and actually fell in love with them. They made the wedding day feel extra special. My husband is from Florida and it‘s been my dream to grow them there. I‘ve done my research and it is possible. You just have to grow them either early in the spring or in the fall. Unfortunately, I‘ve not been able to get tubers at the right time. Most farms send them out before the summer. Not the right time for the Florida heat. So I decided to grow them from seed and try my luck. It would be amazing to get the deluxe seed collection. But I am looking forward to the seed sale and my little project/experiment regardless if I am one of the lucky winners or not.

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  234. Amanda Pitts on

    I love all dahlias and zinnias, so those are always top of my list, BUT I am very excited about the “spun sugar”!!!!

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  235. Becky on

    Would love to grow any of these varieties, but would like to get Alpineglow and Precious Metals to add to the flower garden this year.

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  236. Michelle P-D on

    I can’t imagine how moving this moment must be for you, Chris, and your team! Every petal, a precious new beginning that will forever change flower farming/gardening – how humbling it is to be a part of spreading your original seeds throughout the land. Your zinnias especially have my heart, my dreams wreathed in Alpenglow, Precious Metals, Golden Hour, and LFG. Thank you for masterfully coaxing such beauty into the world.

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  237. Margy Rowell on

    I’m so excited to grow dahlias for the very first time! Petite Floret I’m hoping to be able to buy before they run out. Celosia is exciting as I have never considered and zinnias I love ❤️

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  238. Kathy M on

    I’ve never grown zinnias before and the selection of Floret Originals looks like an amazing place to start. So excited for the cut flower season to be in full bloom!

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  239. Danielle on

    The petite florets have my heart. The colors are so soft and whimsical they would certainly fit perfectly in my garden.

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  240. Elise Stocksdale on

    I picture my husband and I gazing at the colorful array of flowers in the Bee’s Mix. The charm of seeing bees with their tiny pollen patches full!

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  241. Chris Leeseberg on

    I am most excited to plant the Dawn Creek Honey mix. There are so many I want and I could name all of them but this mix is so different and soft. I love it so much!

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  242. Deena Miller on

    Golden hour and Dawn Creek Honey, they are the color every florist wants, but so few flowers are! I can’t wait!!!

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  243. Karen Ellis on

    I’m so excited about the unicorn mix and precious metals zinnias and the summer sherbet and sangria mix celosia. I hope I’m quick enough to buy some next week.

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  244. Julie (of Juliebird Farm & Golden Root Gardening) on

    I just love it all! But most excited for ‘Petit Floret’, ‘Bee’s Choice’, ‘Spun Sugar’, and ‘Dawn Creek Pastels’. Wishing Floret so much success from all your hard work on these beautiful offerings.

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  245. Jayme on

    I grew your bee’s choice dahlias last year and they were some of my favorite blooms in my garden so I’m most excited to grow any of your dahlia mixes. Congratulations on all your hard work, the results are beautiful!

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  246. Stephanie Janz on

    All the zinnias have my with heart eyes. But I think the alpenglow would be my first choice.
    I was showing all the new varieties to one of my daughters and she exclaimed that we had to get shooting star. You had her at twisty eyelashes. lol.
    I’m a very small gardener in MB zone 2/3. Our season is short and new soak every second in of the magic that ensues. My friends have been asking when are you going to start selling your flowers?! So this year I’m taking that leap. I’m pretty excited!
    Hoping I get a few packets of seeds on Feb 6. I have all alarms set and reminders. In hopes I get just a few.

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  247. Bonnie Gartley on

    All of them look beautiful but most excited about the dahlia varieties. Love that they are different from the traditional varieties

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  248. Starlie Squires on

    I’ve been following along and watching your breeding process for so long. This is truly so exciting to have the possibility of growing any and all of these beauties in my boutique style flower farm. I’m a florist turned grower and I love to grow the things my florist eye would want to design with. I would grow all of these if given the chance. It is not lost on me the true labor of love you have put into this process. That also adds to the romance of growing these special blooms on my little piece of heaven.

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  249. Hal on

    Very excited for zinnia little flower girl! Can’t wait to have these in my garden :)

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  250. Jazmin Locke-Rodriguez PhD on

    I am stoked to try your new celosia mixes! I have found that celosia grow really well on my floating rafts and theyre root system is incrediblely rigerous which means they will clean water!! Imagine a field of floating flowers filled with all this breath taking colors of celosias you have created Erin I cannot wait to try!!!

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  251. Jeannine on

    I enjoy your Instagram posts so much! I love Zinnias but I’m most interested in the dahlia blend “Bee’s Choice.” I have a garden of drought resistant notice plants that are pollinator friendly but I’d love to have more blooms!

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  252. Laurie on

    I’m most excited for Precious Metals! I LOVE the shades of colors. But really I’d love to grow any of them, they’re all so beautiful and unique.

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  253. Allie Dunn on

    All the new varieties are so beautiful! I would say golden hour would be the variety I am most excited to try! I love all the new zinnia varieties!

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  254. Kat on

    I have pondered my choices for DAYS! I think I’ve narrowed my favorites [as of today!] down to the Petite Florets and the Dusty Rose Celosia.

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  255. Annie on

    I love growing zinnias. I’m excited to grow precious metals and unicorn mix. But will definitely get the other flower seeds too.

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  256. Chrissy on

    Hope I can get bee’s choice dahlias and sangria mix celosia. So beautiful 😍

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  257. Michelle Burton on

    The Zinnia’s are what I’m most excited about! Aloe glow and Precious Metals. But also the new Dahlia seed varieties I’m interested in growing in my small garden.

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  258. Kenzie Jones on

    Can I say everything?! Vintage rose, rose gold and spun sugar are stunning.

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  259. Lori on

    I am mostly I am excited about ALL the zinnia verities because I plan on taking them and planting them in our little towns pollinator garden so our ENTIRE little town community can enjoy their beauty . For my personal enjoyment I can’t wait for Alpenglow because she will be growing in my personal garden ❤️💐

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  260. Karen on

    The celosias look amazing to add to dahlias! I especially love vintage rose celosia.

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  261. Lindsey Wiggins on

    I am most excited for Precious Metals. When Erin first shared a picture (a few years ago I think), my jaw hit the floor. I had literal heart eyes for them. Zinnias are my all time favorite flowers, and I’m so thankful for the work the Floret team has done to share these amazing varieties with the world. If I manage to ge t my hands on these, I plan to share some with my mom because she started my love of flowers.

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  262. Celeste on

    I’ve been dreaming about the golden hour zinnias for awhile now, but they are all so beautiful! Alpenglow is also at the top of my list!

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  263. Kaitlyn on

    So so hard to choose!! So in love with the celosia spun sugar though. Its so whimsical :D

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  264. emily on

    All the plume celosias! It’s true that they can get eclipsed by showier blooms, but they are magical!

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  265. Allysa on

    All of these varieties are beautiful! The ones I won’t be able to resist are the floret, the dawn creek pastels and the coral reef celosia… stunning!

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  266. Sarah on

    So exciting! They are all beautiful! I am most excited for Alpen glow, golden hour, and unicorn mix 🦄 🤞

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  267. Betsy Gershman on

    I am most excited about the zinnias! It’s hard to pick just one variety but maybe the unicorn mix?! All of them are so beautiful!!

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  268. Cheistine on

    Oh that unicorn mix has my heart!!! I am also excited for precious metals and to try celosia for the first time.

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  269. Kate B. on

    This is a hard choice, because all these varieties are simply stunning! I’ve got to say that Precious Metal zinnias and Alpenglow zinnias are tied for my top spot, followed by all the Dawn Creek varieties! I’m really intrigued by the Spun Sugar celosia, too. The tones and color palettes of all your varieties just speak right to my flower loving soul. I’ve never been so excited to grow zinnias and celosia!

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  270. Michelle on

    They’re all fairly mindblowingly stunning, but I kind of can’t get over the raspberry lemonade celosia! What an incredible and exciting labor of love!

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  271. Danielle on

    Oh my goodness! Well I want to say I am most excited for them all AND that they are available to us Canadians! Woot woot. I really can’t wait to try a few of the zinnia varieties like little flower girl, precious metals and alpenglow! Ohhh and celosia. This flower lady is going to have a tough time choosing that’s for sure. ❤️

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  272. Kathy on

    Love the unicorn mix! So excited!

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  273. Faith on

    I want to try them all!!! How beautiful and what a labor of love

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  274. Megan on

    Bees choice and alpenglow are my must haves!!

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  275. Kristina on

    I have been patiently waiting for golden hour and precious metals, Erin and your awesome team…. I have loved watching the journey unfold for you and I’m beyond thrilled to be able to offer these beauties to my wedding and even designers along with my BAM florists, this season… I’ve grown your celosia for 4 years and it was always a hit!! But, I’m super excited for the refined varieties to come! I’d grow them all if I had the space.!! Thank you so much for doing THIS work. You are our (flower farmers) godmother to the industry, and we are SOOOO grateful – for all that you do! Please, keep shattering those glass ceilings and paving the way for American Grown Flowers to make a comeback of ALL comebacks!!! And we will continue to support you and all of the incredible work you are doing!! When I stumbled across you years ago (YouTube), I realized I could also start small and find my way within the industry. A handful of years later I’m amazed at where this journey has taken me…. And what has “grown” from this life. I truly owe it all to you. Thank you for being the nudge and confidence that changed my life, and my daughters life… All for the better!

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  276. Marie Reiner on

    I couldn’t be more excited for spring to arrive to start my next floral garden. I discovered Floret 2 years ago, and I have to say that you were such an inspiration. I planted my first flower garden then, and I fell in love. I shared my garden with local photography clubs to come photograph. Then, at the end of the season, I shared seeds and tubers with anyone wishing to add beauty to their gardens.. I discovered that our local library has a seed sharing station, so I will be donating seeds from last years garden. I want as many people as I can to be able to experience the happiness of their own flower garden, and all the joy that will bring. Your flowers are truly a labor of love. They are so beutiful, and they have brought me such joy 🌸🌸🌸.

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  277. Erin Berkyto on

    Bee’s Choice Dahlias! My garden is a Certified Wildlife Habitat and I plant extensively to attract pollinators.

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  278. Teri on

    Zinnias forever!! They are all beautiful but if I have to make a “Sophie’s Choice” I’ll chose 🦄

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  279. Beth M on

    You’ve been inspiring me to save seeds since Unicorn Mix came out! For years I’ve been saving that offspring with mostly great results; there’s a stunning deep “Caribbean” sunset variety that persists yearly, along with a deep orange beauty. I’ve also learned to save dahlia seeds, with or without help from the bees. One tuber I’ve saved from Floret’s bee’s choice original is a fluffy, buttery yellow dahlia I call “Chardonnay.”

    This year, I’m really looking forward to adding “Precious Metals” to my garden. The sangria mix celosia would be incredible, too!

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  280. Michelle on

    They’re all fairly mindblowingly stunning, but I kind of can’t get over the raspberry lemonade celosia. What incredible and exciting and time consuming work!

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  281. Monica on

    I am most excited about the zinnia. Unicorn mix, love the colors! And the Petite Forets dahlias, they are so beautiful! I’m really excited for all of them!

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  282. Courtney Petr on

    I am so excited and many of the varieties, they are stunning. I am excited for the Dawn Creek varieties and I love seeing the partnership. I hope I am lucky enough to be able to purchase precious metals, I have been thinking about how beautiful the tones in that flower are for years since you first started talking about it in the program.

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  283. Catherine on

    Precious metals looks amazing, actually they all do, but that one I am particularly eager to grow hopefully!!!

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  284. Sharon on

    “All things Zinnias!”

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  285. Erin on

    I am so excited for golden hour! It’s my favorite time on our Farm. I can just imagine now, harvesting golden hour in late summer and early fall with the smell of ripe wheat surrounding our flower rows during actual golden hour!

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  286. Jodi on

    I am super excited about all the seeds!! Erin is the reason I started growing flowers! This will be my third year growing and the the whole collection would be a great asset!!
    Thank you Floret!

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  287. Zofia on

    Love all the Zinnias, but especially Precious Metals, Unicorn Mix and Dawn Creek Blush. Just wow!

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  288. Julie on

    I’m really liking all the new creamy zinnia colors! Everything is beautiful

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  289. Lacey Duke on

    I cannot wait to grow these lovely new varieties they are all beautiful. Dahlia’s, zinnias, and celosia are my favorites to grow in the cut flower garden. As a child my parents had a small greenhouse business and the first flowers I chose to plant were dahlias. So if I had to pick just one of these beauties it would have to be Petite Floret. The unicorn mix and spun sugar would be a close second and third.

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  290. Mara on

    Thank you for sharing these beauties and telling their stories! I cannot wait to meet them and have a feeling they will be fast friends in the garden. If I had to pick, I’m especially looking forward to Spun Sugar and Alpen Glow.

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  291. Katey on

    Most excited for the zinnias! I’m particularly in love with Victorian Wedding and Unicorn Mix, but I also adore Precious Metals and the Dawn Creek Pastels. I’m sure in person they all look beautiful! I’m also a big fan of growing dahlias from seed so I’m excited about the selection of dahlia seeds as well!

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  292. Heather on

    Can I say my favorite is all of them??!! Those colors are going to be beautiful in my wedding work!

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  293. Kerry Gembreska on

    I have been anxiously awaiting the release of the Floret originals for years! I am so excited to grow Precious Metals and Alpenglow this summer. I am already day-dreaming about the beautiful zinnia garden and bouquets I will get to enjoy and share in the 2024 growing season.

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  294. Ali Greenland on

    All of the zinnias!!! I feel like I’ve been watching the precious metals breeding process for years and years via instagram and now they’re almost here! Definitely going to be worth the wait.

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  295. Frannie on

    Precious metals without a doubt!

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  296. Sarah L on

    Honestly want to grow them all! But trying to be decisive with somewhere to start as my space is limited. I have been loving zinnias and celosia the last couple years. I’m hoping to grow zinnia precious metals and although I’m still struggling to decide which celosia (or 2 or 3) – I really want to grow limonata. And if possible, would love to attempt dahlia from seed. I think the bees choice mix or floret are the right choice for my style and preference.

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  297. Kate on

    Love them all!! Super excited for celosia!!

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  298. Rachel Valenza on

    There’s no variety in the Floret Originals collection that doesn’t make my heart skip a beat. I’ve been following this project for years, so to see images of the finished products are almost surreal. Our garden is going to look a little different this year; we recently took a leap of faith and moved from .3 acres to our dream farm on 12 acres in Powhatan, Virginia. The upcoming growing season is daunting, as we are truly starting over from scratch. Winning the Floret originals would be affirmation proving we are exactly where we need to be. From the celosia family Rose Gold and Dusty Rose stand out for having a metallic like quality that’s different than any other celosia varieties I’ve seen. Zinnias already have my heart but the Floret Originals are mind-blowingly beautiful. Alpenglow would be the perfect addition to my cousin’s wedding I will be flowering this year. Also the fact that they pair well with limelights is a match made in heaven! I’ve been following the precious medals journey for a while and the bloom size and soft palette is a designers dream. I’m a disbud dahlia girl, but Bee’s Choice is full of magic and whimsy! Not only do we want our property to be painted in full color, we want to create a safe haven for pollinators. Floret’s goal to breed flowers that can only be grown, not flown is a story we’d proudly share.

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  299. Melissa Couch on

    I grew zinnias successfully for the first time last year! And I’m now obsessed. Yours are the prettiest by far and I would love the Little Flower Girl and Dawn Creek varieties, especially the dreamy Peach and Honey. Wowowow. Gorgeous. And congrats!

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  300. Jessica Dickson on

    I’m having a hard time choosing from all the beautiful choices but looking forward to trying some of the zinnias. I’m drawn to Little Flower Girl and Dawn Creek Blush. So excited about the seed sale and trying some of these new varieties!

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  301. Tracy on

    All the zinnias are so pretty! Can’t wait to grow them out. Thank you for sharing your gift!

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  302. Anna on

    Precious metals is my most favorite of all of them!

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  303. Brenan on

    Bees Choice! Excited about the mystery that each stem will hold. Thanks for the blog, so nice to have color to look forward to in the grey of winter.

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  304. Paisley on

    I think Alpenglow might be the one I’m the most excited about, but it is so hard to chose with so many exciting new varieties. The glimmer that the petals have when the light hits them just right is so special. I’m excited to order these and take them to the school garden so the kids can learn about how the bees and people can create something new through pollination and breeding and how they can learn to do it too.

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  305. Lauren Patterson on

    How in the how in the world are we supposed to pick favorites?! They’re all just so magical! But those precious metals and alpen glow zinnias are calling my name!!!!

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  306. Julie W on

    I’m most excited for the celosia! Especially Autumn Blaze and Sangria mix. I’m always drawn to deep, rich colors and I love the textural elements celosia adds to bouquets.

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  307. Tara Sova on

    It’s so hard to pick but I’m most excited for Precious Metals and Alpenglow Zinnias, the colors are just irresistible!🤩

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  308. Joanna Murphy on

    I can’t wait to see Alepenglow, Golden hour and Victorian wedding! Im also very partial to Chris’s favorite- Unicorn!! I grew them a few years ago when I was just getting my feet wet and they were beautiful! I’m in my third season and am determined to keep my celosia alive this year!! Spun Sugar is calling my name. ❤️

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  309. Veronica P on

    I am so excited for the Floret Dahlia seeds. I grew Bee’s Choice last year and they added so much height to the garden… And the bees really did love them.

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  310. Katie on

    I would love to introduce my community to Floret’s original zinnia varieties – they appear to age with such beauty and grace. Especially looking forward to precious metals!

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  311. Treva Elwood on

    Wow! The selection is staggering and striking all in their own right. I’m most excited about Vintage Rose celosia, Limonata celosia, Coral Reed celosia. As for Zinnias, I’d love to grow and marvel at heavy metals. I’m also very moved by Dawn Creek Honey. The dahlias are fanciful and glorious! I think I’d choose pollinators mix for the surprise and added anticipation and wonder.

    The hard work and passion is evident in every bloom! Bravo!!!!

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  312. Lilly-Gray on

    I’m really excited for the Bee’s Choice this year but more importantly the Dawn Creek Farm varieties. I absolutely love that y’all have collaborated together to create these collections. It’s really inspiring to see flower farmers working together to build each other up and help the flower farming community. Congratulations on such an amazing accomplishment.

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  313. Morgan Folsom on

    So excited for all of the celosia but especially spun sugar! I’ve seen those types pop up in plume mixes over the years and always wish I could have a bed full!

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  314. Seanne Buckwalter on

    ALL the celosias! I’m already in love with the vintage rose! Congrats on the launch, all the hard work has paid off and thanks for sharing with us!

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  315. JY on

    Alpenglow.

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  316. Tracy Y on

    Alpenglow, Golden Hour and ALL the celosias! 😍

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  317. Alanna on

    They are all gorgeous but I’m especially excited for the sangria celosia and bees choice dahlias!

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  318. Lyn Cousineau on

    Zinnias, zinnias and more zinnias! Alpenglow, Precious Metals… I love them all. And I’m really hoping to finally get my hands on the Unicorn Mix.

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  319. Annie on

    These are so beautiful! I am so excited about the rose gold celosia.

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  320. Jann Cady on

    I’m excited for all the zinnias especially unicorn mix and precious metals. I’m working on an official butterfly waystation. These will fit in perfectly!

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  321. Janelle Foerster on

    Dawn Creek Pastels and Unicorn mix is at the top of my list. But I am planning on ordering them all if available

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  322. Margaret Wolf on

    Since our kids are now grown and moved out, we are transitioning a large portion of our vegetable garden into a flower garden. It’s located alongside a dirt road in our neighborhood and I can just imagine how beautiful it will look and how much joy the flowers will bring to all those who walk by! Picking a favorite is like asking for me to pick a favorite child, but secretly, if I’d have to choose, it would be Dawn Creek Pastels, Cancan Girls, and Bee’s Choice. Although, the opportunity to have them all would be a dream come true! We are all so fortunate that you are able to share the flowers of your labor with us! 🌸

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  323. Jess Vanandel on

    I am so excited for all of these gorgeous varieties! I would love to grow precious metals in my garden!

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  324. Marissa on

    I love me some dahlias! Ive definitely got my eye on petite floret seeds. I grew celosia for the first time last hear and I am very excited to try your stunning varieties.

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  325. Melissa on

    I’m excited to try zinnias in my garden this year! I’ve been growing dahlias for a few years now and am excited to expand. And all those DREAMY colors. Can’t wait!

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  326. Stephanie Hill Davie on

    Erin, I am so incredibly anxious as the sale approaches. I’m hopeful to snag quite a few. Summer sherbert, autumn blaze, little flower girl and precious metals to name a few. Thank you and your team for the hard work in bringing these gorgeous flowers to life.

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  327. Destin Padgett on

    Before I read through the post- just based on photos I was mostly excited for the new Zinnias. But! After reading you have me really interested in CanCan Girls and Floret! I pretty much want all of them and it is my birthday today, so you never know (maybe flower money will make its way into my pocket?)

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  328. Trisha Millard on

    Little Flower Girl would be such a beautiful addition to our flower farm! I love the sweet meaning behind its name.

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  329. Angelena G. on

    Ever since you’ve been showing Golden Hour it’s been my number one want! The Dawn Creek peach is also a beauty! Petite Floret dahlia seeds are also a top choice as I’ve been loving anemone form dahlias. Thank you for creating such magic and zinnia colors that have a softer palette which is truly missing in the flower world!

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  330. Amy on

    Unicorn Zinnia! I have been waiting and waiting for this seed again.

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  331. TJ Yeager on

    We’re do I start with my wish list….definitely trying soma dahlias from seed. I specifically want Precious Metals and Little Flower girls.

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  332. Angela Morton on

    I sell to florists in SW Missouri and I cannot wait to offer these beauties to them! I LOVE Zinnias and these are going to change so many florists perception of this amazing flower! Thank you! I can’t wait to try Alpenglow and Little Flower Girl!

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  333. Katie Hitt on

    I am so excited! As a SAH mom, gardening has been a beautiful and rewarding love of mine that has grown exponentially, and am inspired to turn our front yard into a little flower farm to sell to our community! Every time I review these upcoming seeds I change my plan on what I’ll buy! Today Rose gold, little flower girl, Dawn creek pastel, petite floret, and bees choice are my top but I truly love all of them!

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  334. Julie on

    Oh Erin!! I cannot tell you how excited I am for February 6th! I have been following you and your journey with your seeds. I have bought my first greenhouse and am ready to start planting seeds! I love your precious metal zinnias and petit floret dahlias! The celosia is so beautiful! Love spun sugar! So excited to plant my first cut flower garden! You are my inspiration!!

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  335. Lisa Beery on

    Everything from Floret Originals looks amazing! I want them all! I am breaking new ground at a new house. My goal is to have very little grass left, and spread joy to the whole neighborhood. Zinnias are my favorite. I would love to try the Cancan Girls Dahlia!

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  336. Rebekah sampson on

    I am so excited to get Precious Metals zinnias!!! I live in Arizona and they love our heat!

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  337. Victoria on

    Most excited for Alpenglow 😍

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  338. Jill on

    Zinnias are my absolute favorite and I can’t wait for AlpenGlow. I feel like my chances of actually getting some are low…it is truly going to be like buying TS tix. 😆

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  339. Jill Kolinski on

    I have been waiting for precious metals and am so excited about that but will also be purchasing cancan girls and unicorn mix. Maybe can’t say no to shooting stars as well.

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  340. Victoria on

    Excited for Precious Metals!

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  341. Rebecca Beardsley on

    I can’t wait! I have been working to transform an open pasture on our property to an inviting space for long walks with family and friends. Each year I am adding long border beds. I’m especially excited to try the rose glow celosia and your Victorian Wedding mix this year. Thank you for so much advice and encouragement to grown cut gardens!

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  342. Pattie Boychuk on

    This is my first year jumping into flower growing so I’m very excited and equally as nervous! I’ve bought your books and am so ready to get started. I would love to add Golden Hour, Precious Metals and Alpenglow to my mix.

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  343. Sheri Rossi on

    I would love to try the Dahlia pollinator seed mix. I’ve been growing from tubers for a few years now and this is the first year I may actually be able to put the time into starting from seed.

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  344. Fern Ritchie on

    While all of the collections look delightful, the three that delight my heart the most is the ‘Alpenglow’ zinnias, ‘The Unicorn mix’ zinnias and the ‘Summer Sherbet’ celosia.
    Thank you for all the years of cultivating and curating flowers that are soft and lovely in colour!

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  345. Kate Chetta on

    This is so exciting! I’d be thrilled to grab any one of these but I’m most drawn to Alpenglow. Congrats on all your beautiful hard work making it into the world!

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  346. Jorja on

    My first year growing I became obsessed with the simplicity of zinnias and how much beauty they offer. I am so excited for the zinnias to be released!!!

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  347. Katie on

    Justice for zinnias in wedding work! Can’t wait for Alpen glow!

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  348. Cheri Parker on

    I am so excited to purchase seeds, how can you pick just one favorite. They are all beautiful. ❤️

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  349. Bonnie on

    I am excited to add dahlias and celosias to my garden this year!

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  350. George on

    I’ve been eagerly anticipating Precious Metals ever since you first shared them years ago! Hoping to add them to my garden this year. Say hi to Timmy for me.

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  351. Lisa Bloodnick on

    Normally I am all about bright fun color so my go to choice was obviously Unicorn Mix but the dreaminess of Precious Metals makes me second guess myself! They are all spectacular and I honor your hard work ! You truly have inspired an entire generation of people to become flower farmers! You deserve all the accolades❤️. Thank you!

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  352. Kristina Savage on

    I am definitely SO EXCITED for Autumn Blaze, Spun Sugar, Shooting Star, of course, the star of the show, UNICORN MIX (but in my heart it’s Chris’ Rainbow!)

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  353. Skylar on

    I’ve been waiting to have the chance at growing some of these lovely varieties for a while now. I think I’m most excited to grow precious metals, victorian wedding, alpenglow and the petite florets dahlia seed mix! Thank you so much for your inspiration over the years and the hard work and joy you’ve put into these beautiful flowers

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  354. Deena on

    I always get a few types of zinnias but this year I am looking forward to adding celosia to the mix! I gift a lot of bouquets and I think it will be a beautiful addition.

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  355. Srujana on

    Can’t wait for this amazing collection. I am very excited about Celosia autumn blaze and unicorn and dawn creek zinnias!

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  356. Brandi on

    Be still my heart!! I can not wait to grow ‘petite florets’ dahlia seeds, Dawn Creek pastel, Alpen Glow zinnias, the celosia ‘Rose Gold’ and ‘Coral Reef’ !!! 💖 all of them are pure magic! 😍

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  357. Adelia on

    This is wonderful!! Can’t wsit

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  358. Charissa on

    Cannot wait for all of these beauties! I have scheduled myself a break during work on the 6th so that I can buy some! Especially excited for the celosia varieties(they will be a new flower variety for my garden this year). Thank you for all of your hard work to bring these to us!

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  359. Megan Geist on

    I’m excited about the celosia lemonata and also the Allen glow and precious metal zinnia seeds!

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  360. Mindy on

    I am excited about the Shooting Stars, and of course anything that helps the pollinators, so Bee’s Choice, too. I enjoyed reading about all of your varieties.

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  361. Katie Anderson on

    I have never grown any flowers, but I’m dying to try and yours and the most beautiful I’ve ever seen! As I read the article and thought of my own small yard, my mind started to wonder what it would be like if I were to plant seeds just throughout my neighborhood and all different places. Praying I win and can spread the flowers around!

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  362. Dawn on

    Alpenglow, but excited for them all!

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  363. Jessica Tedder on

    I have been waiting years to grow precious metals and alpenglow. I can’t wait to see beautiful blooms from your seeds!

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  364. Kate on

    I’m most excited about Alpenglow zinnias!! The soft colors are so hard to find. I’ve been drooling over them since the photos were released!

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  365. Simone Clarke on

    I am excited for all especially the unicorn mix zinnas…so pretty! They make me smile!

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  366. Melanie on

    I have been a very small flower farmer for about 8 years. I love all that you are doing for the world with your seed saving and education. Thank you for sharing all of this knowledge and love with us! I’m so excited about the Zinnia: Dawn Creek Pastels, Celosia: coral reef and spun sugar and Dahlia: can can girls.

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  367. Elizabeth on

    I’m most excited about the zinnias in particular the precious metals variety. I have been dying to grow them for a couple of years now.

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  368. Julia lasch on

    Looking forward to growing some Little Flower Girl zinnias this season! Coming up my front walkway at the end of the day with a row on each side will make for a sweet summer memory

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  369. Trina Williams on

    Your seven years of diligent, hard work will bring countless (thousands) of years of pure JOY to so many people. Thank you! I’m looking forward to growing the Unicorn mix zinnias, Petit Floret and several of the celosia varieties. ….can hardly wait!

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  370. Alyssa Morellato on

    I just did a huge deep dive into your blog and it screams passion, creativity, and hard work (but mostly fun), and I LOVE THAT FOR YOU. It’s so refreshing! I’m feeling inspired so if I had to pick a mix, it would be the Victorian Wedding. The colours, the abundance of blooms, and the richness is speaking to me… and how amazing would it be to have them bloom for my vintage inspired wedding this year! The thought sends me into a daydream. Thank you for doing what you do!

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  371. Sherelle on

    I am in love with them all! In particular I have the Zinnia Precious Metals, Celosia Vintage Rose and Dahlia Dawn Creek Honey on my list. Thank you!!

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  372. Crystal B on

    Alpenglow♡ is the one I’m most excited about but let’s be real… I’d grow them all!♡ They are all amazing and beautiful new varieties. Absolutely thankful for your hard work and everyone’s hard work, Stunning!!♡♡♡

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  373. Heather on

    Alpenglow looks absolutely magical, but I’ll be rereading this post a time or two to decide on the best fits for my garden!

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  374. Kim M on

    I am so excited about all the zinnias, particularly Golden Hour!

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  375. Kelly on

    It’s hard to narrow it down, but I have been obsessing over the golden hour zinnias since I first saw them!

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  376. Riley Van Steenberghe on

    After countless hours of scrolling your website and comparing all of the new releases, I *think* I can narrow it down to my two favorites. Alpenglow & Dawn Creek Honey. I can only imagine how captivating their beauty will be in person..

    Thank you x473826 for putting your heart and soul into these new selections you’ll be offering so soon. It’s amazing to think of the beauty that is about to trickle out into the world.

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  377. Nicole F on

    Wow, what excitement and nerves all at the same time. You have done such an incredible job creating such one of a kind flowers. I don’t even know where to start I love them all. My favorites though are Floret Dahlias , Alpenglow, golden hour , Dawn creek pastels, and unicorn (my daughter 9 yr old LOVES) to name a few. When I saw the website the other day and noticed the pricing had changed I panicked a bit and realized I wouldn’t be able to get the ones I love. Unfortunately at this time it’s a little rough for me, recently I have taken in my daughter’s friend to live with us and as a single mom priorities have changed. I am very appreciative for the thought and kindness of this offering giveaway to allow a small chance of growing these gorgeous flowers. To be honest anything would be Amazing as they are all Stunning and there is no wrong answer. Thank you for the opportunity, congratulations and Good Luck ♥️🌸.

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  378. Patricia Ellis on

    Cancun Girl might be a favorite Dalia of mine. Just perfection in my eyes. So beautiful!! However I love every single one of your new breeds and it will be hard to decide what to purchase. Congratulations!!

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  379. Jenna on

    I will be starting my third season on my mini flower farm and I am soooo excited to try some new zinnias!!

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  380. Tricia on

    I am having a hard time choosing just one variety but if I have to name just one that I would love to grow this season from the Floret Originals it would be “Unicorn Mix”. It would be a dream to have seeds of every variety though. Like winning a flower seed lottery!

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  381. Katie breen on

    Spun sugar and vintage rose celosia and gosh how do I decide be the zinnia?!! Precious metals, little flower girl, Alpen, unicorn, Victorian?! And then that’s not even getting me started on dawn creeks beauties! Want it all. Game time decisonssssss (whatever/all I can snag!)!
    Mahalo Erin, Chris, and entire Floret team and collaborators (DC)!

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  382. Tracy on

    I’m so excited about bee’s choice!

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  383. Lisa-Marie C on

    They are all so dreamy…how can anyone choose favourites! Vintage Rose is soft and romantic, while the vibrancy of Raspberry Lemonade draws me to it. The zinnias! So beautiful!! Any and all! Unicorn Mix, Alpenglow, Dawn Creek Blush, Precious Metals…what a magical garden it would be. Fingers crossed I can pick up some Petit Florets or Cancan Girls too and try these special dahlia seeds. I’ve only grown from tubers so hopefully I could do these justice and get to experience them. Excited you’ve made a guide booklet too! Did I mention these are all so amazing!! Thank you :)

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  384. Natalie on

    My mom and I have started our little Dahlia garden 2 summers ago and have slowly grew new flowers to make some beautiful bouquets for us and our friends. I have such a soft spot for Zinnias, that I’m very excited that the Unicorn Mix is back, I love the variety and bright colours!

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  385. Maddy Myers on

    So fun to see all these beautiful varieties!! Coral reef, golden hour and precious metals are calling to me most!

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  386. Elvira Ajanovic on

    Every single Collection is dreamy and takes me away to a place of peace and total Joy in my heart and mind. I will be a second year gardener this year and am still totally amazed at the love I have found in gardening. The dahlia collections, both Cancun girls and Floret collection would be such a dream to grow, sing to, and fill my vases with. Truly they all are so dang magical.

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  387. Lori on

    I have been adding to my flower garden each year! I planted Bee’s Choice last year and loved to see what type of flower came from each plant. This year I’d like to grow more zinnias and you have so many beautiful choices. Can’t wait until February 6th!

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  388. Julie C on

    I think the Rose Gold celosia looks like one I’d like to try! Who am I kidding though, all of them look amazing.

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  389. C. on

    Alpen Glow is on our list of seeds we hope to grow this year. They are all so stunning.

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  390. Cara on

    The hard work you have put into creating these colours shows! Our little farm is hoping to grow Precious metals and Spun sugar this year if we are lucky !

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  391. Christy on

    I just started gardening last year and love it. I’m excited to incorporate more flowers this year and can’t wait to see Golden Hour and Bee’s Choice blooming in my garden!

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  392. Nicki on

    I’d feel so lucky and honoured to own any package of floret, but I am a huge fan of your zinnias, precious metals to be exact. I deeply admire your collaborative work you’ve done with kori. Your dahlias seed mix would be truly one of a kind as well. Keep up the good work and thanks so much for educating us. Your passion and fire in the belly is contagious!

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  393. Jenny Fitzpatrick on

    The Golden Hour zinnias are so enchanting. But I’m most excited about the little Floret dahlia seeds! I just adore growing dahlias from seeds and loved the Bee’s Choice mix every year. Such an exciting surprise to see each bloom as it opens in the summer.

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  394. Peri Taylor on

    This will be my first year as a “ flower farmer” and while I’ve always had a pull to working with flowers, it was stumbling upon ‘floret flowers ‘on Instagram that got me jumping off and ordering seeds, buying a used green house, and most importantly… obtaining all of Erin’s books. I have ordered (thru my niece while I’m in Australia) zinnia seeds(yay to the unicorn mix!!) from her breeding program and they will be my most beloved and watched over flowers that I hope to grow this season., along with a ton of others. Wish me luck!!

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  395. Stephanie on

    I love drying flowers, so I’m really excited for the celosia varieties, especially Rose Gold and Vintage Rose.

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  396. Alinna Satake on

    Those victorian zinnias though … Or any dawn Creek variety … 😱

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  397. Christy on

    I love the idea of the mixes because I love a surprise! Such a fun collection! I would love to turn my backyard into a cutting garden!

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  398. Emily F on

    I am so so so excited about every single new variety- but my heart skipped a beat when I saw “Victorian Wedding.” I’m growing my own wedding flowers this year and our wedding is Victorian themed and it just feels like kismet! I can’t wait!

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  399. Ganna on

    Hands down to precious metals zinnias and dawn creek pastels, they are the ones that I’m dreaming of 😍 and my husband really likes celosia pink chenille and spun sugar and I couldn’t agree more!

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  400. Beka Stiling on

    I’m most excited about the zinnias, especially Victorian Wedding. I’m drawn to smaller things and the. smaller zinnias in the stunning dusty colors are magnificent! Bravo everyone! The reason I am now hobby cut flower grower is because on an Alaska Airlines flight in June of 2022 I watched Growing Floret as my free in flight entertainment. I was so inspired. I went home and planted zinnias and cosmos. This year my bed is expanded. Thank you!

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  401. Fionna on

    They are all gorgeous but I’m waiting for the Bees Choice and Precious Metals. Can’t wait to have them in my garden!

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  402. Jessie on

    I’m so happy I came across Floret on my feed. I’ve been pining for precious metals and I hope to grab one on the 6th!!

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  403. Mandy Cruze on

    I’m am super excited about the zinnia varieties. Over the last few years there’s always a few beauties that come up with the more common types. To have rows of these special flowers is such a dream.

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  404. Lindsay on

    Each variety has its own glory that makes it so enticing!! I’m very excited to try unicorn mix and Alpenglow!! The documentary made me even more excited than I thought I could be!

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  405. Lori on

    Erin, your work is contagious! Your love for expanding and changing the floral industry and giving back is remarkable. Little flower girl stand out to me, because of the meaning of the name. You been given a gift and you and your team want to share it. Truly remarkable, you’ve inspired so many people and I want to continue in your footsteps giving back. Flowers bring joy❤️to many people in all situations. In a hurting world…we need more joy. Keep up your amazing work!

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  406. Laura Jennings on

    I am so excited for Dawn Creek Blush, Alpenglow, Coral reef and Precious Metals!!

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  407. Katie on

    I’m excited about all the zinna, especially Golden Hour, Precious Metals, Dawn Creek Peach and Farm Creek Honey. Thank you!!! Come on Feb 6!

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  408. Anna on

    I’m super excited to grow Bee’s Choice!

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  409. Riley on

    I’d love to grow Unicorn 🦄 zinnias 💐 !

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  410. Shanna on

    I really love all the pale toned zinnias. They are a treasure and my florists will be absolutely in love with them too! Dawn Creek Blush will truly fill that high demand color in my orders. Everything is absolutely stunning!

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  411. Heidi Rose on

    Bee’s Choice and Petite Florets are exquisite with such amazing colors and varieties! Absolute show stoppers to any garden! 💗

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  412. Melissa on

    I’d absolutely love to grow Alpenglow or precious metals zinnias this year…

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  413. Susanna faraday on

    I was in flower heaven when I saw victorian wedding on the documentary. So unique!

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  414. Liz Simpkins on

    These are absolutely amazing! I love all the varieties but the alpenglow, golden hour, and precious metal zinnias are stunning. I never knew zinnias could look like this!

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  415. Makena Elsey on

    My. Jaw. Is. On. The. Floor. This is my first year starting my flower farm. It is terrifying and thrilling and I have your books guiding me! Zinnias were the first flowers I grew and fell in love, they gave me the confidence to start my tiny business. I have my eye on the “unicorn mix” the colors are unlike anything I’ve ever seen. But I would just be so happy with any of the mixes. I hope you will consider me for your give away! It would be an honor to grow your seeds in my garden.

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  416. Joy Finch on

    I live in Arizona and I feel like Zinnas are the only hardy flower for the summer months!! I am most excited about Dawn Creek Peach and Lttle Flower Girl!! I have a calendar reminder to wake up and buy them!! I love all that you do!! ❤️ is

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  417. Melanie on

    I’m so excited for the Petite Floret dahlias and Golden Hour zinnias.

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  418. Sarah Criswell on

    So excited about all the beautiful zinnias, especially Golden Hour, Alpen Glow, and Dawn Creek Honey!

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  419. Elana on

    Every single variety is gorgeous! Congratulations on the culmination of so much work. I am especially excited to grow Alpen Glow zinnias, Rose Gold celosia, and Bees Choice dahlias!

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  420. Faviola Alvarez on

    So hard to choose just one when they are all so gorgeous, but i’m most excited for precious metals and golden hour!!!

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  421. Margaret on

    Excited to explore celosias. And fascinated, absorbed, persistently following the zinnias. They are such a fun, easy, rewarding plant.👏👏👏

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  422. Kim on

    Surely no one can choose just one! However, Petite Floret is certainly at the top of the list with Precious Metals!

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  423. Heather on

    I grew Kori’s mix of zinnias last year from her fundraiser sale and would love to have them in my garden again this year.

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  424. Carol Sammons on

    I love all the dahlia seeds but especially Bee’s Choice and Petite Floret! I love that each new plant will be a unique surprise as to what the flower will look like.

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  425. Kelsey on

    I am in love with the Cancan Girls dahlias but they are all stunning!

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  426. Teena Broadaway on

    I have been watching and waiting for the release of this series of seeds!!!! Thank you for all the hard work that goes into breeding such special plants💖

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  427. Kim Hoffelt on

    I am so excited for alpenglow and petite floret! But all the zinnias are so beautiful it’s really hard to pick just one. Colors are gorgeous.

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  428. Faith Pitts on

    I am so excited to try to grow some of these beautiful flowers! I am most excited to try to grow Petite Floret , Bees Choice & Alpenglow. We are a military family who rarely has had the opportunity to enjoy the fruits of our labor. Every time we plant flowers, we seem to move before they bloom the following year. My husband is retiring this spring after 35 years in service and I am so excited to start growing & enjoying these beautiful flowers!

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  429. Kelley on

    So excited for Dawn creek zinnias!!!!

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  430. Corrie Lam on

    More zinnia and sweet peas! Would also love to try dahlias from seed:)

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  431. Kristin. McCord on

    I would love any of the zinnias. Last year was my first year growing them… I am hooked! I loved sharing them and now plan on helping my sons preschool start a zinnia garden!

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  432. Lindsey Oldani on

    How can I narrow this down. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to bringing all of us flower freaks these delicious and unique babies!!! I’m most excited about Vintage Rose, AlpenGlow and Petite Florets!! I myself am a collarette obsessed dahlia seedling dabbler and can’t wait to see how this changes and impacts the DNA in my dahlia seedling patch this summer!!

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  433. Barb on

    How can I choose! I have always loved the “gem” flowers, so I would love to grow Coral Reef in my garden this year. I would also love to plant Little Flower Girl with my daughter.

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  434. Courtney on

    I really want to try Vintage Rose Celosia and Alpenglow. Beautiful!

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  435. Zoe D. on

    I am such a fan of Golden Hour from way back. I hoarded a few seeds each year to keep them going in my garden. I would love to add all the pastel celosias but especially the Precious Metals and Dawn Creek Peach zinnias. Thanks for all the hard work you all have put into this project. And for sharing it with all of us! I am a better grower and floral arranger thanks to Erin and the Floret WS. 2019 Alum.

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  436. Misty on

    I’ve never have grown zinnias or celosia and watching Erin and her amazing team, I’m so excited to try! After watching and reading everything Floret, going to the local nurseries for seeds just isn’t as the same. The color palette’s Floret has been creating, I cannot wait to see in my own garden!

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  437. Lauren mating on

    I started a cut flower garden for the first time last year and fell deep in love with zinnias. My mothers health has not been the best and she loves bright colors so I’m excited to get my hands on and grow the unicorn mix!!!

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  438. DeAnna on

    I particularly love the Rose gold celosia, Alpenglow zinnias, and Petite Floret dahlias… So beautiful!

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  439. Jessica on

    Precious metal is my favourite!

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  440. Mandy on

    I normally gravitate to the blushes when it comes to zinnias. But I just keep thinking of Golden Hour—I literally think it’s one of the prettiest slightly peach, slightly butter cream glowy goodness of a zinnia I’ve seen. It’s like a giant white zinnia had a baby with a Queen Lime Peach. It’s perfect and the best of both worlds and then some!

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  441. Jill Handley on

    I think trying to decide which one you’re most excited about is like trying to pick a favorite kid. I love the shape of Floret. Dawn Creek Honey has such a lovely vintage feel. I love the feathery plumes of celosia, but then the fact other varieties can have sea coral like shapes is amazing. Unicorn sounds like such fun. They are all so beautiful I would be excited to try any of them, let alone all of them!

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  442. Angela Bornemann on

    It’s so hard to choose, they are all stunning… the perfect combination of pastels and bright colors. Narrowing it down, I’m over the moon to add Alpenglow and Dahlia Bees choice! Bless you and your team for all your hard work in bringing this collection into the flower farming world!

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  443. Shelly Orvis on

    The vintage varieties are so gorgeous! So excited for all of these!

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  444. Pamela Crawford on

    So hard to pick! They are all so beautiful. Cancan girls and precious metals would be at the top of the list.

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  445. Paula on

    All of them! But mostly the dawn creek blush

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  446. Courtney Nash on

    I have a note saved on my phone so I’m 💯 ready to snag all the varieties I want on Tuesday! It includes:
    Celosia Vintage Rose
    Zinnia Alpenglow
    Zinnia Golden Hour
    Zinnia Precious Metals
    Zinnia Dawn Creek Peach

    These are the kinds of colors I’ve been absolutely dying to grow in my garden and for the bouquets I sell. My flower garden plan for this year has a number of rows currently flagged as “Floret TBD” hoping I get everything I’m wanting to get! It will be an honor to grow something created with this much care and love. ❤️

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  447. Josie Hanson on

    I am so excited for alpenglow, golden hour, and some of the dahlia mixes. So beautiful!

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  448. Kayt Hester on

    I can’t wait for alpenglow and precious metals ! So excited!

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  449. Micheline Cousineau on

    Why choose when we can grow them all…Life is full of possibilities ;)

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  450. Josie on

    I am most excited about the rose and vintage rose celosia and the alpenglow and precious metals zinnias!! I absolutely can’t wait!!!

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  451. Julie Klemens on

    This is such an exciting release! Surprisingly I am most excited about the celosia limonata and of course, zinnia alpenglow. Beautiful collections!

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  452. Jonathan on

    I am most excited for all of the zinnia varieties.

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  453. Rebekah on

    I would LOVE any of the dahlia and zinnia varieties- they’re all stunning and choosing isn’t something I can do. I’m a florist and newer flower gardener and it’s thrilling to me to see these new varieties and imagine how they can be paired with other florals in arrangements. (This is also the first time I’ve ever commented on a blog post! These incredible flower varieties turned me from a blog reader only to a commenter!)

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  454. Jon on

    All of the dahlias are on my list, I can’t wait!

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  455. Stella Beck on

    I’m most excited for the Dawn Creek Zinnias!

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  456. Colleen on

    Having grown Dawn Creek zinnias every year she offered them, I think I’m most excited to continue to grow those. They never disappoint.

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  457. Joline Garone on

    Bee’s Choice – I am excited to add them to my garden!

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  458. Joline Garone on

    Bee’s Choice looks amazing and I am excited to add them to my garden!

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  459. Jessica Labate on

    I love your dahlias but zinnias are so much easier to grow. I’m excited to try your precious metals and unicorn mix!

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  460. Sonja Block on

    I am most excited for the Petite Floret Dahlias! I can’t wait for them to form into tubers I can replant year after year. And hopefully pass them on to my children one day.

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  461. Kim Tooth on

    All of them are stunning. I hope to grow Alpenglow and Petit Floret.

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  462. Tammy Goolsby on

    Ohhh so hard to choose, I love all the celosia and zinnias.

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  463. Emily on

    I’ve been wanting to get my hands on the zinnias since forever. I would be absolutely thrilled to get some!

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  464. DeAnne on

    I’m so eager to add Alpenglow and Precious Metals. So amazing they are ready to spread into the world!

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  465. Elizabeth Rachu on

    The Cancan girls are gorgeous!! They are at the top of my list.

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  466. Mike C. on

    Any and all varieties! My wife loves them all and wants them to run wild in our garden!

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  467. Becky on

    Petite Floret and Precious Metals

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  468. Mike C. on

    Any and all varieties! Would love to get some for my wife so Floret originals will run wild in our garden!

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  469. Kariann Myers on

    I would absolutely love to grow the alpenglow, precious metals and Victorian wedding zinnias!! Well honestly any packet from the new release. This giveaway would be a dream come true.

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  470. Brittany on

    It’s to hard to choose. Any of the floret zinnia originals! I love them all!

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  471. Joanna Laney on

    The Bees Choice dahlias are gorgeous and I can’t wait to grow them!

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  472. Sheena Boone on

    I am obsessed with Zinnia’s. They are the most unique, sturdy, colorful flowers of pure joy and they just make my heart SO happy. What you have created is the Zinnia world in pastel and I LOVE IT! Congratulations Erin and Team Floret!

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  473. Loryssa Sylvia on

    This will be my first ever time growing flowers! I’m really excited for the dahlias. But if I could, I would buy every seed variety and grow them all. Excited to have floret as the start of my flower growing journey!! Floret has the MOST beautiful color pallet I have ever come across. so enchanting!

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  474. Erin Alice on

    Hands down Dawn Creek Honey. Those colors took my breath away! And I love that once again partnership between farmers brought the world beauty.

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  475. Jolene on

    Petite floret, unicorn zinnia, and precious metals!

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  476. Faith on

    I would love to add dawn creek blush zinnias and raspberry lemonade celosia to my little garden. Even thinking I’d like to try dahlias, the petite florets look like a dream!

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  477. Mackenzie P. on

    Oh my gosh how can I choose!!!! I love ALL of them. I’m thirteen and starting my own cut flower business for FFA and I love all of theses seeds. If I had to choose my favorite it would be dahlia CanCan Girls and Unicorn Mix zinnias. I LOVE ALL OF THEM!!!

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  478. Alex on

    Limonata is the star of the show for me! She’s absolutely stunning in the most humble way. Celosia has always been my underdog that I root for! As always, thank you for sharing your love of flowers with us all. You are changing the game in the best way!

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  479. Kristina Smith on

    I am most excited for Alpenglow! Looking forward to seeing their sweet little faces! 🤩

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  480. Megan Schmitt on

    I am most excited to add the Precious Metals and the Dawn Creek Honey to my garden!! I would be so lucky to be able to grow these beautiful flowers!!

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  481. Rhonda on

    I love the Dalia Petite Florets! The colors, the beauty and simplicity of the form of each one is just so gorgeous! I can’t wait to grow these in my own garden 🌸

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  482. Rhond on

    I love the Dalia Petite Florets! The colors, the beauty and simplicity of the form of each one is just so gorgeous! I can’t wait to grow these in my own garden 🌸

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  483. Renee on

    It’s hard to pick one! I’d love to grow all of the celosia and if I had to pick one Zinnia variety , it would be Alpenglow.
    Amazing seed collection and beautifully designed packaging!

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  484. Bridget on

    I plan to get the Vintage Rose and Limonata Celosia, Bee’s Choice dahlias, and allllllll the zinnias!

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  485. Kaily on

    They are all so beautiful, however I can’t stop thinking about that Vintage Rose Celosia!!🤍🤍 I hope I’m able to get the opportunity to snatch up a packet to grow this year!

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  486. Sarah Z on

    Bees choice!!! 🧡🩷💛

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  487. Alison on

    all of them 🌻🥰

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  488. Rina Kozlowski on

    So excited to plant the unicorn mix and precious metals!! Also doing celosia and another, but not sure (would love to experiment with the lot!!!)

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  489. Lauren on

    I’m most excited about the Unicorn Mix! All the perfect colors for my garden.

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  490. Brenna on

    Petit Florets! My obsession with anemone dahlias is real and some of the ones photographed make my heart flutter! Thank you for you beautiful work and the knowledge you so generously share.

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  491. Hannah on

    I’m excited about the dahlia seed mixes!

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  492. Dorothy on

    I have never grow celosia and love the totally different, not typical “flower” look they have. Having said that I love the pastel zinnias as well.

    Thanks for always sharing your knowledge and now, sharing more of your garden with all of us.

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  493. Jenny on

    So very hard to pick one…so i will say one from each:
    Summer Sherbert, Victorian Wedding, and Petite Florets. They are all so gorgeous, i might chage on favorite next time i look!

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  494. Connie on

    I can’t wait to grow and share these beauties with my brides, friends and family! All the beautiful Blush colors are amazing to hard to just choose one 🥰

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  495. Sarah D on

    It’s really hard to pick a favorite. The spun sugar celosia, gorgeous. The Bee’s Choice feels right since I’m getting honey bees this year! The zinnias, all are amazing, but Victorian Wedding, gasp, so beautiful!

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  496. Kerri on

    I have fallen in love with growing flowers over the years, slowly converting from a utilitarian veggie gardener to an obsessive flower girl. I’m so very excited to introduce these new breeds into my garden!

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  497. Emily L. on

    Unbelievably gorgeous! And feels like true innovation in flower farming. Can’t wait for precious metals. Congrats, Erin and team!!!

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  498. Juliana Lamb on

    The dahlias and zinnias are soooo beautiful

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  499. Kelly on

    I’m watching your show right now!!! Your dahlias are STUNNING 😍😍

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  500. Nikki on

    I am in love with them all, but especially excited about the Precious Metals Zinnias!

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  501. Emily McClain on

    Each flower is just so precious!!! It reminds me of a quote from Ever After with Drew Barrymore where she is asked which book she would choose when in the monastery library and she says “I could no sooner choose a favorite star in the heavens.” That is how I feel about the honor of growing a Floret Flower. Absolutely delightful!

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  502. Tracy Tegeler on

    All of them?? I never want to wish away time, but whenever I see an instagram photo of these varieties pop up in my feed, I want zinnia blooming season to be NOW! Beautiful work by the Floret team!

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  503. Pate Lathem on

    My parents grew roses and zinnias and were always sharing gifts from their garden with family and friends. I would love to plant some of these new zinnias in their yard as they are 86 and 87 and are not able to garden anymore. During covid I planted zinnias for the first time and was able to share bouquets with friends and family. The joy flowers bring to people is such a gift and I am grateful to my parents for sharing their love of gardening with me. I have been anticipating these new zinnias for some time and have given to Kori over the last 2 years to get some of her zinnias. I am so grateful for all of your hard work, dedication and knowledge of breeding new varieties. I dream of being a flower farmer one day. I love the soft pastels of Alpengkow, Precious Metals and Victorian Wedding.

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  504. Sarah on

    I am so excited for all the zinnias and dahlia options!! They are all so stunning! Thank you for bringing such happiness & beauty into our lives ♡

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  505. Grace on

    I’m super stocked about the dahlias! They are all so beautiful and our bees love them.

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  506. Janet Lei-Rossmann on

    We’re moving into a new home with more space for gardening and I know my little girls will love the Unicorn mix. I’ve never grown zinnias before so I’m looking forward to it!

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  507. Jenny Figgins on

    Can anyone really pick ? They are All stunning and a labor of love and beauty.

    Every time I think I have it narrowed down, I read about and examine another variety more closely and then I decide I can’t live without that one either.

    So as of this minute, rose gold celosia, and summer sherbet. Celosias add the best texture, color and interest to an arrangement, I think. Also precious metals zinnias, I need to see some of that turquoise aging! My mind is shouting out others but I will leave it with these for now.

    Bravo!

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  508. Drew Clark on

    I love the unique ess of the Dusty Rose! Will be a great attention grabbing piece in the garden!

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  509. Cindy on

    The zinnias. They are all so pretty and unique. Nana’s girls will love the unicorn zinnias.

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  510. Mackenzie P. on

    Oh my gosh I love all your flowers!!! I’m thirteen and selling flowers for FFA and your flowers are defiantly on my flower farm grow list! It’s hard to choose a favorite but my favorite is probably the dahlia CanCan Girls and I can’t describe the beauty of the Unicorn Mix zinnias!!!! :)

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  511. Mackenzie on

    Oh my gosh I love all your flowers!!! I’m thirteen and selling flowers for FFA and your flowers are defiantly on my flower farm grow list! It’s hard to choose a favorite but my favorite is probably the dahlia CanCan Girls and I can’t describe the beauty of the Unicorn Mix zinnias!!!! :)

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  512. Sandra Carr on

    How could I ever pick!! I want them all! So lovely!

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  513. Amanda on

    They are all so special and just breathtaking!!! Congratulations!!! I am most excited about the celosias and dahlia mixes!!! :)

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  514. Ellen Bosman on

    My life seems to be coming full circle as a loved who taught me how to garden goes to a new realm I am planning my flower garden with gratitude for her influence. I look forward to sharing the joy when I gift bouquets of the Floret Petite Dahlias with hopes of sharing your additional collections. Go team Floret.

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  515. Tammy on

    Alpenglow, Precious Metals, Victorian Wedding, Petite Florets, and Bee’s Choice are all on my list!! Let’s be real, I’d be purchasing every single one if I had no budget 😅. Can’t wait to see them up close and personal this summer! Wonderful work Floret and team!

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  516. Sarah on

    I’m eager to grow Precious Metals. I’m glad the wait is almost over!

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  517. Rebecca Yan on

    Oh man. All of them, but especially Precious Metals!

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  518. Julie Champoux on

    ´Alpenglow’ is just stunning, but I really want to grow every.single.variety!!! <3

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  519. Joanne Heiser on

    So looking forward to the closing varieties!! They are stunning!!

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  520. Theresa J on

    I’m the most excited for ‘Golden Hour,’ ‘Dusty Rose’ and ‘Dawn Creek Honey.’ I’m growing flowers for my sister’s wedding this summer and the palette is golden hour inspired. ✨

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  521. Hilary on

    Rose Gold and vintage rose

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  522. Sarah on

    Let’s be honest, I would be glad to grow any of these varieties, but can we talk about how stunning the Autumn Blaze Celosia is!

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  523. Mac on

    All the beautiful zinnias! Cannot wait to add these to my little collection :)

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  524. Lacey on

    CanCan girls!!!!

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  525. Janet Toland on

    Looking forward to Zinnia Golden Hour, Dawn Creek Pastels and Alpenglow!

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  526. Christina Hanson on

    I am most excited for Alpenglow! (If I have to pick just one that is!!) It’s the perfect color scheme and just what I need for my summer market bouquets. Can’t wait til Tuesday’s sale…..this year’s garden is going to be extra magical!

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  527. Alyssa Frizzell on

    The rose gold celosia is so amazing to me. I mean they truly all are, but that one just resonates. <3

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  528. Maddy on

    I love how you speak about the plumes and shape varieties of the celosia, I would absolutely loveee to see the ‘glowing ember’ variety in person! Zinnias are a family tradition at our house, I always plant them with my mom off our back porch! I’m hoping to snag some of the ‘alpenglow’ or ‘precious metals’ to gift to her, I’m leaning towards alpenglow inspired by our shared favorite place Lake Tahoe! And dahlias…I’ll always remember my mom sending us out before dinner to pick dinner plate sized dahlias in the summer! I love the idea of the ‘cancan girls’ and their shapes but I think I’m excited to grow something I could try to grow again such as the tried and true ‘florets’! I can’t wait to try them! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us all!!

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  529. Ashley on

    All the zinnia varieties!!! But especially Little Flower Girl. I am a huge fan of Celosia and Vintage Rose is just gorgeous!! Can’t wait!

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  530. Tami on

    Excited and thrilled to grow new zinnias! And very excited to grow celosia for the first time. Thank you for all the valuable content you put out there. XO

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  531. Marsha McCreary on

    So excited for the Dawn Creek Honey & let’s just be honest I want ALL the Zinnias 🥰

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  532. Kelly O on

    Incredibly excited for zinnias and dahlias. All are so beautiful!

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  533. Sarah on

    I’m excited to try growing the celosia – I am not at all familiar with it, but it is stunning!! I’m also just giddy thinking of looking out my window to a sea of zinnias 🥰

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  534. Sarah Michalek on

    Hoping that I can snag the Unicorn Mix zinnias and Spun Sugar celosia, but we’ll see what fate and good luck gets me!

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  535. Sara Wagner on

    I started growing zinnias in a small pot 2 years ago and fell in love instantly. Last year, they expanded to include some larger varieties along with dahlias and experienced the beauty of having a cut flower garden right in my backyard. I’ve become obsessed with zinnias in particular but adding in celosia and more dahlias this season. Ever since I came across Floret, I have admired the beauty of the precious metals zinnias and would love to add them to my collection. The unicorn mix is so beautiful as well as alpenglow. It’s so hard to choose just one. The celosia decisions are even harder to make as I am drawn to all the varieties of color to coordinate with any bouquet! I would love a small piece of Floret in my little piece of flower heaven!

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  536. Geralyn on

    I’m SO excited about all the zinnias! I’ve been following you for years, watching the trial and error, waiting, hoping for this moment when you’d release the seeds. You made me want to grow flowers and now I’m finally in a place where I can.

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  537. Michelle Delorie on

    Zinnias are my all time favorite annuals. I would love to grow Alpenglow and Victorian wedding. So many years of hard work!! Thank you so much for sharing not just the seeds, but the entire process of how they were brought into the world.

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  538. Samantha on

    Celosia has a special place in my heart and the Spun Sugar is so dreamy. The cotton candy feel is beyond dreamy

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  539. Emma Teahan on

    I am most excited about the Victorian Wedding mix. I love the colours and the era so seeing these made me so excited! And not far behind that will be the unicorn mix.
    They are honestly all so stunning.

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  540. Connie Hurt on

    I’m excited to grow some Alpenglow and Precious Metals zinnias as well as Rose Gold and Vintage Gold celosia.

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  541. Lynette Harper on

    This will be my third year growing zinnias and all these new breeds look amazing, but unicorn mix is calling my name!!!! Thank you and your team for all the hard work!!! You rock !!!!

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  542. Nina Rivers on

    What breeding varieties am I most excited to add? I wish I could add all of them! Your work is very inspiring and I’m so excited to see these beauties make their way into the world. I’m hoping I can get ahold of even just one 💗

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  543. Rachel L. on

    I am most excited about the “Dawn Creek Honey” to plant in honor of my sister who passed away this summer. Zinnias were her favorite flower and I plan on planting them everywhere in the yard to honor her memory.

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  544. Allison on

    Dawn Creek Honey and Blush are the two I am most excited about! They are the perfect vintage pastels, but I would honestly be happy to add any of these to an arrangement.

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  545. Laurie on

    All the new zinnias look amazing, but I think the Alpenglow might be my favorite.

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  546. Emil P on

    Would love to have Cancun Girls in my backyard to bring the color 😍

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  547. Jessie on

    I told myself last summer, that I would do a garden this year and I’m loving Dahlia shooting stars

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  548. Kendra Childress on

    I am thrilled to have the opportunity to purchase Alpenglow and Golden Hour Zinnias! Thank you for being dedicated to breeding Zinnias that we cannot wait to grow!

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  549. Judy on

    I’m so excited to add some zinnias to my flower garden that I just started when I retired last year, can’t wait!

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  550. Jessica on

    Since I learned of your beautiful company last week, I’ve ve been studying your site several times a day trying to decide on a favorite. I’m tied between the Alpenglow and Unicorn Mix. Amazing colors & flowers! Well done.

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  551. Janette on

    The drawing is on my birthday 🥳!
    Please pick me! ❤️
    I love all of them but I think golden hour and alpenglow are my favorites.

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  552. Abigail Belliveau on

    I want them all! But I especially love the dawn creek honey!

    How exciting!

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  553. Jesse on

    I am the most excited to grow Dahlia Petite Floret and Zinnia Alpenglow!

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  554. Danielle Becker on

    After watching your documentary series, I thought it would be magical to have seed from the “daughters of Floret” (now Petite Floret). 💕

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  555. Vicki Sundleaf on

    I wanted Kory’s seeds so badly I participated in her fund raising to get them . I am behind excited for the launch of her & Erin’s creations. Two beautiful souls .

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  556. Sue Kilgore on

    You’re so inspiring!! I just love all of them!! Excited to see how they do!

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  557. Susan on

    Gosh! That’s like picking a favorite child!! All of these are lovely 🥰 I’m planning on delivering “Lonely Bouquets “ project in my area this Spring and Summer so getting some of these in my garden and adding to my mixed bouquets will really be beautiful and then cheering up a soul that finds them on a bench waiting to find a home. Thank you for brightening up our lives with flowers 💐

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  558. Krystal on

    The zinnias, and petite florets I am hoping to add to my collection. I can’t wait!!!

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  559. Jessa on

    The launch of these originals has helped fill an empty hole in my heart. My zeal for life has been restored and it’s like I have purpose again after watching the doc. I look most forward to the Alpenglow, Bee’s Choice, and Spun Sugar collections. I also can’t believe I’ve overlooked celosias all these years. Absolutely incredible. Thanks Erin 💕

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  560. Ashley on

    I’ve been waiting for Precious Metals from the moment I laid eyes on them months ago! That, and Alpen Glow I think are my favorite, but they all look so beautiful!

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  561. Natalie Beverage on

    All of the Dawn Creek Varieties! Kori is a dear friend and her zinnias are as special and beautiful as her. She describes them as luminous, I had never seen a luminous zinnia until I grew a few of hers from her fundraiser. I cut my first few stems & exclaimed, “hot damn, they really are luminous.” 😂😍

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  562. Catherine on

    I’m just starting to dip my toes in the wedding world, so vintage rose celosia and precious metal zinnias are my standouts of the pack. But there’s also something so so magical about the powerful and saturated punch of the sangria mix celosia! I’m surprised how excited for the celosia I am. Really though, you can’t go wrong with anything. Thank you for bringing these beautiful souls into the world, Erin & team.

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  563. Kerry Markey on

    All the dahlias! The petite floret is most exciting.

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  564. Jenna on

    I am super excited for ALL the zinnias! I am such a big fan a pale pinks and yellows and those zinnias are calling my name! Beautiful work :)

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  565. Jodie on

    I would like to obtain a packet of Summer Sherbert. I’ve never grown celosia before. Golden Hour zinnias look beautiful. Finally, any dahlia seeds I can get my hands on. I grew dahlias for the first time last year and fell in love.

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  566. Allison Gorham on

    I am beyond excited for the celosia and zinnias! I grow them for our local Hospice Residence’s patients…thank you for working so hard and sharing your knowledge and passion!

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  567. Becca Foley on

    So hard to choose. I was all in on the dahlia/zinnias, but now I am wondering if the celosia is pulling at my heartstrings 😍

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  568. Chelcie on

    C33’s babies! Those Petite Florets … shheeesh… I’ve had my eyes on those for a long while now. I just can’t believe how many good seedlings come out of Floret. And they’re mostly soft pastels too (which are my favourite) Divine. I could just imagine bunching up handfuls to give to friends.

    The bright colours in Bee’s choice are also quite striking. I could imagine a running through a whole field of them.

    And surprisingly I’m really into Victorian Wedding. I wasn’t always a zinnia fan but they’ve really grown on me. I love those soft pastels, almost like Previous Metals. They’d make for a great bunch to share as well.

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  569. Janine on

    So excited for Alpenglow and Floret Petite Dahlias. All are so beautiful!!!

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  570. Dylan Cooper on

    I’m so excited about all the dahlia varieties, THEY ARE STUNNING.

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  571. Emily on

    I love them all so! Can’t wait for the sale!

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  572. Lori Davis on

    My flower list is long! But… Precious Metals and Alpenglow!

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  573. Stephanie on

    I can’t choose just one. I want all the zinnias snd the dahlia floret seeds!!

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  574. Brooke on

    The spun sugar celosia and the alpenglow zinnias are absolutely stunning!

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  575. Samantha Sansook on

    I am just to excited for them ALL!!
    I have just found a Love for dahlias in any color. The Zinnias I got for y’all last year were amazing. This will be my first season starting my own flower garden’s to hopefully be successful enough to sell at my local farmers market. So getting picked for the free seeds would just be out of this world special!!
    Can’t wait for the release. Thank you for all the information and knowledge y’all have shared. It has helped me in so many ways.
    Thank You!!

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  576. Nishia Matthews on

    The Dawn Creek Honey zinnias! I am so obsessed with them all, but especially that one.

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  577. Josh on

    Easily the Bee’s Choice because anything that adds a little more attraction for bees and other pollinators is amazing.

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  578. Dinah Karrys on

    I can’t wait to grow golden hour and cancan dahlias!

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  579. Heather Yang on

    I’m absolutely looking forward to this year’s Zinnia variety especially Precious Metal! Bees Choice is always great to have because you get so many surprises! Thanks for doing an amazing giveaway and good luck this growing season!

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  580. Barb Brooks on

    First of all. Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication. I can’t imagine the amount of work that goes into this process. I appreciate you making it easy for us to just plant and grow these beautiful flowers!
    To be honest it’s so hard to choose just one. I would love to grow Vintage Rose Celosia, Alpenglow Zinnia and Petite Florets. I’m growing flowers for my daughter’s wedding in September 2025 and all of these work with the colors she had chosen. ❤️

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  581. Allison on

    I want to grow allll of the Zinnias!!

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  582. Kelly Holt on

    Ready to ride this wave of new florals! Imagining the luminous glow from those zinnias has me giddy. A new stream of light and beauty on our planet! Can’t wait to stare deep into those petals and tufts✨

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  583. Kim on

    I can not wait for a chance to purchase your seeds! We have grown zinnias for many years but nothing compared to the gorgeous colors you have bred.

    While I love zinnias, we cannot wait to try growing celosia, especially Autumn Blaze, Rose Gold, Vintage Rose 😍, & hopefully Summer Sherbet which would add some much needed color to our dry, hot area!

    Also we can’t wait to try growing Dahlias from seed! Canaan Girls and of course the beautiful Floret!

    Congratulations to you all & thank you for this opportunity!

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  584. Ruthanne H on

    Precious Metals. They are all beautiful.

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  585. Megan on

    All are INCREDIBLE, but zinnias hold a special place in my heart. I’m probably most excited for ‘Alpenglow’, but I garden with my flower-loving kiddos and they are more excited for ‘Unicorn Mix’! 😍

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  586. Beth on

    Definitely Alpenglow and Petite Floret.

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  587. Kelly Weber on

    So many to choose from! I am excited about all of the Dawn Creek Zinnia varieties, the ‘Vintage Rose’ celosia, ‘Summer Sherbert’ celosia, and the ‘Floret’ dahlias! 🌱🌱🌱

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  588. Jaime on

    Where do I even begin with which flowers I would like to grow in my own garden !? They’re all so incredibly beautiful. If I had to narrow it down, I would say Rose Gold Celosia, Sangria Mix Celosia, Alpenglow zinnias, Victorian Wedding Zinnias, and Dawn Creek Peach. Thanks for starting this breeding program and sharing all of these beauties with the world.

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  589. Beth Nichols on

    Of course I would love one from every variety but after watching your video, I have narrowed it down to Cancan Girls variety of Dahlias and Precious Metals Zinnias.

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  590. Irina on

    I can’t believe these little treasures will spread their wings and bless us all with their beauty on Tuesday. The excitement is building up more and more, day after day! Thank you Erin and company for working so hard on this for many years! The anticipation is real! I’m most excited about Zinnia’s Alpenglow and Golden Hour!

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  591. Irina on

    I can’t believe these little treasures will spread their wings and bless us all with their beauty on Tuesday. The excitement is building up more and more, day after day! Thank you Erin and company for working so hard on this for many years! The anticipation is real!

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  592. Anne on

    Have loved following this process over many seasons!! Congratulations on putting such a huge body of work into the world!! Love the zinnias and celosia most of all 🍄

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  593. Lauren on

    Ooohhh yay! These are all gorgeous, but I’m most excited for the Spum Sugar Celosia and the Unicorn mix of Zinnias!

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  594. Matt on

    I’m pretty stoked to see the unicorn mix and golden hour zinnias. Both have great variation in color that are not typical to “box store” seed colors. I’m also excited to see how the dahlia seeds work. I have not gotten into seeds, only tubers. I like that the seeds give an unknown variety to the garden.

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  595. Scott Matteson on

    I don’t do much growing but the dahlias and zinnias bring my wife so much joy I thought I’d love for a chance to gift them to her. She makes our house and yard so beautiful, it’s the least I can do!

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  596. Chelsea on

    Alpenglow has my heart so deeply moved. Golden hour is close second. I never thought flowers could move me to tears but, I teared up in genuine awe of their beauty, something just moved in my heart and made me feel happy. I watched the documentary just today and Feb 6th cannot come fast enough. I’ve showed my husband so many photos and it has me so hopeful for the coming season, although I cannot afford them all at once I look forward to slowing adding each one to my garden. I discovered these at the perfect time. Laying in bed watching YouTube videos while I heal a foot injury feeling restless and melancholy, I now feel excited to add these little souls to my garden. Thank you for all of the effort and hands it took to bring these to us. I’ve set alarms on my phone so I don’t miss the launch 😅 Wishing you all the success. Cheers!

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  597. Kim on

    I am most excited for floret babies! and the celosia – I find it rather creepy, honestly, but Dogwood Dyer says you can use it as a dye plant? so curious!
    I don’t know, Erin, you make us excited for anything and everything!!!! :)

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  598. Dawson on

    So excited for the Zinnias!! If I’m honest… beyond excited for every one of them! Congrats on your first launch of originals!

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  599. Soo-Jean Yee on

    I love Zinnia’s almost as much as I do Dahlia’s now and I am falling in love with the soft Celosia’s. Lilac’s have had my heart since I was 2 as well. Frankly it’s almost a quicker question to ask me which varieties I don’t like.

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  600. Christine Bekkevar on

    I am so excited about every single zinnia and the bees choice. They are all so magical and I cannot wait. Hoping to get my hands on any of them. 🌸

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  601. Rose on

    I’m so excited for Alpenglow and Happy Hour. They are such gorgeous zinnias!

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  602. Maureen Follen on

    I really can’t decide, I love all those new babies! Precious Metal, Spun Sugar, Rose gold, Shooting Star, AppleGlo,! It is so hard to choose, I just hope I get one packet of any of them :-) I just love knowing that there are so many like, flower minded humans, on this planet that are just as excited as I am waiting for the release day!
    Best wishes one and all and happy growing!

    Thank you Erin, Chris, Jill and all at Floret you make the world more beautiful from all your hard work and generosity ♥️

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  603. Rachel on

    I’m so excited to see Dawn Creek Pastels, Petite Florets, and Little Flower Girl! I’d love to pass some of the seeds to friends to enjoy in their gardens as well!

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  604. Emily Coker on

    Each one is magnificent- so hard to choose, but if I have to pick I’d say I am most excited for Dawn Creek Blush or Alpenglow! Just breathtaking!!

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  605. Seneca on

    As a completely new gardener I have been so inspired by your photos, videos, and documentaries. I am so excited to get started to try any of your breeding varieties, it’s so hard to choose just one 😊. I am hoping to be able to order and try some of each type (celosia, zinnia, and dahlias).

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  606. Barb on

    They are all so beautiful! I’m looking forward to adding Vintage Rose Celosia to my garden along with some of the zinnia varieties if I can just narrow it down. Precious metals and Alpenglow are at the top for me.

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  607. Kyra on

    Unicorn mix and Victorian wedding! Would love to use them for my actual wedding reception dinner that I’m having at a small restaurant local to me this upcoming fall!

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  608. Jill P on

    I love the Dawn Creek Blush Zinnias subtle colors of blush tones. And loving the Bee’s Choice Dahlias!

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  609. Carissa on

    How incredibly beautiful all of these varieties you’ve created are!!! I think my most favorite might be precious metals and I can’t wait to hopefully grow them this year🥰

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  610. Olivia Orosco on

    So excited for precious metals and golden hour zinnias! Gardening is my happy place and these flowers would make my garden that much more special.

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  611. Natalie on

    I hope I will be lucky enough to pick up some precious metals zinnia. I’m so excited for team Floret, this journey was a long time in the making. Thank you for your perseverance through it all to make the dream a reality!

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  612. Nichelle Waller on

    I’m so excited for the Precious Metals, Bee’s Choice, and Spun Sugar!

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  613. Rosanna Beiler on

    I am so excited about the beautiful new exquisite shades of zinnias. I like these flowers because they are easy to grow and have a long vase life. But I just didn’t love the colors that were most often available at the local garden centers. I share Erin’s love of variegated pastels and especially the blush peach pink shades. Y’all are doing a phenomenal work!

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  614. Lisa Hewson on

    While I love all the muted tones that you’ve created it’s the unicorn mix I’m most excited about. I started growing dahlias a few years ago and it wasn’t until last summer that I knew what a zinnia is and oh my God I’m in love!

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  615. Heidi Unruh on

    I want ALL of them. I especially am swooning over the precious metals zinnias. I grew some of your celosia last year, and it was a favorite. I will definitely be “adding to cart” on the celosia page 🥰.

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  616. Frida on

    Zinnias are my favorite flowers to grow. I’m super excited to get a chance to grow your flowers. I’m looking forward to grow ‘precious metals’ and ‘unicorn mix’. 🥰

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  617. Michelle Kiebala on

    I’m excited for the celosia, especially Rose Gold and Vintage Rose. Last year was my first year growing celosia and I just loved how beautiful and whimsical they were. I can’t wait to grow more this year!

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  618. Craig on

    I’m most excited to get my hands on Alpinglow, golden hour and the unicorn mix. I love how all the colors and variations you get . As a black farmer in the south looking forward most to get my flowers business going and being able to offer beautiful arrangements to surrounding areas . I’m glad yall are offering all these magical moments to all us farmers and gardeners . 🌸✨

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  619. Ashley on

    I am so excited for the Golden Hour, Alpenglow, Precious Metals and Victorian Wedding Zinnias!

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  620. Stefani H on

    Bees choice!! Just can’t wait to see what magic might pop up from the seed mix 😊😊

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  621. Maci on

    I am a beginner gardener and am so excited and honored to be able to have a chance at these amazing varieties! Your work has inspired me to turn my dreams into reality. I am forever grateful for your giving heart and the ability to pass your knowledge on to the world. I am in love with Celosia and Zinnias now because of you! Hoping to grab some vintage rose, raspberry lemonade, alpenglow, unicorn mix, victorian wedding, and dawn creek pastels!

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  622. Maria Collins on

    I’m excited about all of the Zinnias but especially love the unicorn variety. I love all the shades of colors from the happy lemon color to the bold raspberry color. I can’t wait to spend a small fortune on these seeds! Lol

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  623. Joan on

    Rose Gold and Alpenglow 🥰
    Just lovely

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  624. Crane from Cranery Gardens on

    I am most excited about all the zinnias, but the most of the most is Precious Metal. The colors in this group is so new to Zinnia world. Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter the giveaway application and your inspiration in cut flowers.

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  625. Grace on

    Most excited for Bee’s Choice and Little Flower Girl!!

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  626. Julie on

    Can’t wait to start some of these zinnias and dahlias!!

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  627. Lauren O. on

    Congratulations team Floret! I would have to say we are most excited about those dang zinnias! How gorgeous and unique! Love at first sight with Alpenglow and the Unicorn Mix, as well as Dawn Creek Blush. Counting down the days!!

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  628. Brittany on

    I am gravitating towards the brighter bolder colors this season so I’m very excited for the Unicorn mix and the Raspberry Lemonade celosia. But, really…all of them. Every…single…one.

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  629. Nita on

    Petite Floret and Golden Hour!

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  630. Ashlie Donaldson on

    I am excited for all of them! I am just learning about flower gardening, so this will be my first year! The dahlias are especially gorgeous!

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  631. Angela on

    Alpenglow is gorgeous! We are looking to start our flower garden this year and the blogs and YouTube videos have been so helpful in developing the passion to even attempt this new venture, thank you! 💗

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  632. Alycia Ammar on

    I am so excited to try to grow the zinnias – I have been following along and dreaming of having these in my garden! Precious metals looks like a dream.

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  633. Nicole Babcock on

    Im most excited for precious metals! I’ve never seen anything like them before

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  634. Jean Stiles on

    They are all so beautiful, how do you choose!

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  635. ANGEL CHAU on

    I am most excited about every single dahlia in the collection. I recently move to a place with a much larger backyard and it is a blank canvas, waiting for me to fill up every possible inch with dahlia.

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  636. Bernadette on

    Spun Sugar Celosia and Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Honey Zinnia🤍

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  637. Ashley on

    I’m really excited to try out the zinnias. My 6 year old has her eye on the Unicorn mix while I think I want to try Alpen Glow and Precious Metals.

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  638. Colleen on

    They are all so beautiful and I want them all!! Bravo for all your hard work in developing these new strains. If I am forced to pick it would be the Victorian Wedding zinnia.

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  639. Brianne on

    Drooling over all the zinnias!!

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  640. Barbara on

    I’m a gardener in the Deep South of Texas, with that being said there’s only a few flowers that can really thrive in our climate! Erin has changed the game with these beautiful zinnias and celosias !! I’m so excited for the precious metal zinnias !

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  641. Carly Weaver on

    Precious metals and alllllll of the zinnias!!!

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  642. Sam Milbrath on

    I’m so excited to plant all of these! I especially love the Dahlias Bees Choice, Petite Florets & Shooting Stars but as a beginner farmer, I love that Zinnias are good for beginners too. I’m in your 2024 workshop and can’t wait to start planting on our property in BC, Canada!

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  643. Sam on

    I am excited about any and all varieties! I’m just a beginner in this beautiful world of flower gardening, and watching your show and reading your books have lit a fire in me to bring more beautiful things into this world. Will be starting my first cut flower garden this year. Starting with seeds I’ve already purchased from you. Thank you!

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  644. Matty on

    Petite Florets 1000% and every zinnia of course.

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  645. Kristen on

    I have followed the breeding of the Precious Metals Zinnias for so long, that I can hardly believe they are finally ready for the rest of the flower world to experience. I am so excited for this collection!

    I am also excited for Bee’s Choice. I have a tendency to grow flowers that have a namesake for my children. My daughter’s nickname is Bees, so this would be an ode to her in the garden (and yes she loves bees!)

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  646. Tessa on

    I’m so excited about shooting stars 🤩

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  647. Tessa on

    Wow so beautiful!

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  648. Natalie on

    My 8 year old daughter and I are very excited about the Unicorn Zinnia mix!!!

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  649. Jenny on

    I’ve been following along for a few years and am so excited. Hope to try Alpen Glow and Precious Metals! How beautiful

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  650. andee zeigler on

    Zinnias!! All day long all day long! Growing and gifting blooms and seedling for my neighbors and friends.

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  651. Kari on

    I would love to grow Dawn Creek blush, precious metals or honey to my garden!!

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  652. Leigh-Andrea Brunet on

    So excited for the launch and hoping to welcome these babies up here in Canada! I have been drooling over Bee’s Choice, Petite Floret, Precious metals, Alpinglow, goldenhour (really all of it them) since watching the docu-series and then more so in the last mini film release. Stoked that you have opened up this contest and am working yo maifest a win lol Great work and beautiful creations! Congratulations to Erin and whoke the floret farm team!

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  653. Ruth on

    How to choose from such an incredible selection?! 😍 Erin and team you have truly outdone yourselves!

    I love them all, but those Precious Metals and Little Flower Girl are PERFECTION 👌🏼 🌸🌸🌸

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  654. Carolyn on

    Gold Hour Zinnias are just the perfect hue! Hope to have them in my garden this upcoming summer.

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  655. Carolyn on

    I’ve been admiring those precious metal zinnias for years on Instagram. So I’m really hoping to be able to grow those this upcoming season

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  656. Jade on

    Cancan Girls is the top of my list!
    But hoping to snag a few other varieties come sale time

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  657. Janet Barber on

    Im blown away by the zinnias! The reference to a coral reef was what i was thinking about when i saw that picture. I have never grown zinnias from seed. We have mostly planters to work with

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  658. Claire on

    Hi everyone!!! Thank you the giveaway! ♥️ In the past I’ve never really been a Zinnia fan. Then I saw Precious Metals and was like, “this is what Zinnias can look like!?!” All the Dawn Creeks are beautiful, but Precious Metals was the first to open my eyes so I’m really excited to meet them. I’m also very excited about Cancan Girls. The color range, shapes, whimsy, and that I’ll get to enjoy them every year and share their tubers with others and expand those that know about your breeding work! – dahlias are so lovely that way.

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  659. Kristen on

    Definitely most excited for Alpenglow and Precious Metals!

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  660. Caroline Gosselin on

    Congratulations on all these beauties and for all the hard work you have put in them. I am very keen on Cancan Girls dahlia mix.

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  661. Alison on

    I can’t wait to get my hands on Alpenglow and Petite Florets! 😍

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  662. Jennifer on

    Although growing them all would be delightful, my bank account is telling me I should stick to one or two. After much undecidedness, probably Alpenglow or Golden Hour zinnias for me.

    Thank you for all your hard work and persistence in making this seed available for us to enjoy!

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  663. Alice on

    Okay, I think I changed my mind! Golden Hour, Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Peach have my heart

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  664. Tory on

    Petite Florets! They are all so beautiful! How exciting

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  665. Desiree on

    I’m so excited for alpenglow, golden hour and all the celosia! They are all so beautiful!!

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  666. Dixie Truitt on

    Zinnias have always been a favorite of mine. I love ALL of them but it would be wonderful to have a bed of Dawn Creek Blush and of course it’s hard to beat the beauty of Unicorn Mix. Thank you for having this giveaway!

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  667. Wanda Oosterman on

    The collaborative effort for creating DAWN CREEK PEACH and DAWN CREEK HONEY is beautiful, benefiting a partnership of two talented flower breeders and those who purchase these new blooms and tend to their growth on the landscape. I love that the passion for flowers you both exemplify can give such happiness to others. I know the neighborhood will be grateful when these gorgeous flowers are in bloom on our shared
    Cul-de-sac. Fingers crossed I will have a green thumb this season.

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  668. Ruangtip Esquetini on

    I can’t wait to grow dawn creek honey! Those colors give so much comfort and peace just to look at 😌

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  669. Ava on

    I am most excited to try the Cancan Girls dahlia seeds and the Alpenglow and Unicorn mix zinnias. So beautiful!

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  670. Peggy on

    So excited about this collaboration & the Dawn Creek Honey variety! Congratulations to you all! 💛

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  671. Catherine Lofton on

    I’m most excited for Alpenglow and Victorian Wedding zinnias. In zone 8b zinnias are favored and I’m delighted to see some new colors.

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  672. Belinda on

    I’m most excited about precious metals!!!

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  673. Trina on

    They are all so beautiful!! First choice would be the honey mix!

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  674. Angie Russell on

    I am in love with Precious Metals!! It is such a gorgeous mix. Thank you so much for this opportunity. We appreciate you!

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  675. Allison on

    I’m a newcomer to flower gardening and am getting excited to try everything! The “Bees Choice” Dahlias would be my top pick. Seems like a beautiful range of color and type.

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  676. Sharlee Moran on

    All of them!!! Especially precious metals, Alpen glow and Victorian wedding !

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  677. Alena Haan on

    Congratulations Erin, Dawn Creek & Floret. Can’t wait to get my hands on your seeds. Those zinnias are stunning. If I had to pick golden hour or precious metal. Would love a chance to plant dahlia seeds this year. Again huge congratulations

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  678. Diane Lee on

    I’m excited about the celosia Summer Sherbet! Love the colors!

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  679. Ruby Rodriguez on

    I’m MOST excited for petite floret dahlias! I haven’t had luck growing tubers in my garden but the dahlias from seed seem to do well. This is the perfect color palette for what I’m looking for. Of course I’m also excited about literally all of the zinnias ;). I’ve never grown celosia but vintage rose nearly made my heart skip a beat so I may try for the first time!

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  680. Alicia Rhodenizer on

    I am sooo excited about them all.. but I would say I’m extra excited for the dahlia seeds. It’s so magical how you can create a brand new, never born before dahlia!

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  681. Lindsey Z on

    They are all so beautiful, it’s so hard to decide which ones I’d love to add to my garden. As a newer Dahlia fan, I think I’m hoping to add Floret and Bee’s Choice, but if another one or two zinnia varieties hope into my cart, oh well! ;)

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  682. Sarah on

    I love little flower girl and would love a chance to grow them in my newly growing garden. ❤️

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  683. Mona Batchelor on

    Thanks for the beautiful images, wonderful information, and of course, the seeds! I am most excited about Precious Metals and Golden Hour. I’ve wanted to grow them from the moment you shared them.

    Best to you, and thanks for Floret!

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  684. Levi on

    We are so excited for your bees mix! It has so much opportunity.

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  685. Atty Collins on

    I’m very pumped to try Precious Metals & Vintage Rose Celosia! But they are all truly beautiful, and I’d be happy to try any variety!

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  686. Levi on

    My wife is so excited for your flower sale. I plan on getting her seeds for her birthday! We really admire your business model and purpose. Take care!

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  687. Corrinne on

    Excited for all of these – Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Blush are especially gorgeous!

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  688. Kayla on

    They are all so stunning!!! I’m most excited about Victorian Wedding and Celosia rose gold. It’s so hard to chose tho! Can’t wait to grow them this year!!

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  689. Chelsi DuBay on

    Ahhh! How do you pick just a few?! Celosia Spun Sugar is just delicious, and I LOVE each different dahlia mix!! The anticipation and surprise of what blooms look like, and the opportunity to save the tubers of favorites makes me giddy! Of course Golden Hour is the star, but how could you not love the Unicorn mix too! Little fluffy Lorax zinnias. I love them all! Thanks for the opportunity to grow all your hard work, and share these beauties with friends & neighbors! :) – Chels

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  690. Sue on

    Each one is more stunning than the next. So exciting!!

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  691. Ashley on

    I love the unicorn mix, but all the varieties are stunning!!

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  692. Megan Ellis on

    The dahlia collections are like Christmas in the summer waiting for them to bloom to see what they will look like! Can’t wait!!!

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  693. Alexa on

    This year will be my first year really getting to start a cutting garden so I’m most excited about Alpenglow, Victorian Wedding, Sangria Mix and Vintage Rose!!! Thank you for brining these new plant souls into the world and for teaching how to look for them. I’ve started to hear and see the souls of some plants I am trying to breed for a much more southern climate than they originally come from and was so excited when this concept finally clicked for me. I cannot wait to enjoy the flowers you have seen the souls of and have had such a passion for. Hopefully I start finding them more in my own garden.

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  694. Beverley Suckling on

    I am so excited to try the Alpenglow Zinnias, and the Petite Florets Dahlias – and of course all the others!!!! I grew Golden Hour a few years ago and loved her, so exquisite. Congrats

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  695. Kelcey on

    First year farmer here and I’m dying to get my hands on the Spun Sugar celosia 😍 I’ll definitely also be purchasing Little Flower girl and Victorian Wedding! Thank you for all the years and time put into these!!

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  696. Brittney on

    They’re all GORGEOUS! If I had to pick, I like Victorian Wedding. But I would truly love to add any of these beauties to my garden!

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  697. Narlynn Vinyard on

    It may seem silly but I’ve never planted zinnia’s and I am definitely looking forward to doing so. The variety of color and design that you have developed is AMAZING!! Growing flowers from seed is a grand experiment for me,living in the short but often hot growing season in the Colorado foothills. I SO appreciate the inspiration and education that has come through you all!

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  698. Tara on

    I’m most excited about the Bee’s Choice dahlia seeds but also can’t wait to grow the Dawn Creek Zinias!

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  699. Amber Palafox on

    They all look so beautiful! I hope to get my hands on a packet of precious metals zinnias, and maybe give dahlias a try too.

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  700. Sheila Appel on

    Oh, for me it’s Victorian Wedding. I love the romantic colors and I feel they evoke a sense of paintings of bouquets of yesteryear.
    I love to grow zinnias so much in Kentucky. They are outstanding performers in our heat and no one has seen these tall varieties.
    I hope to grow these super special colors this season and share them with my daughters in their gardens.

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  701. Sara on

    I am most excited for precious metals! I’ve been watching that gorgeous variety on your Instagram since the first posts! So magical 🥰

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  702. Mollie Baum on

    Petite floret Dahlias!! And I can’t choose my favorite celosia I want them all 🙈

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  703. Roxane on

    So very excited about getting the Alpine Glow and Precious Metals, I can’t wait till the 6th!!

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  704. Sarah R on

    I would love to put the “bees choice” and “petite florets” in my garden! One because I’m obsessed with honey bees and bumblebees—I made my husband take a bee keeping tour with me on our honeymoon cause I thought it was adorable. And two, because I own a bakery! In the summertime, I love decorating my cakes with organic florals that my mom and I grow together and these would be absolutely stunning! Any of the dahlias and zinnias would be perfect.

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  705. Heather on

    Most excited for the raspberry lemonade celosia,
    Creating a small cut flower garden this year.
    Looking forward to following your season again!
    Beautiful work you do!

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  706. Joyce Yuan on

    Super excited for Dawn Creek Honey and Precious Metal! Been following your work for years and drooling after precious metal since you first started posting about it!!

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  707. Alonzo on

    Looking forward to growing new variety of Zinnias this year. Ive more than doubled the space I have to grow. Hopefully ill have a field of beautiful flowers

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  708. Vanessa Crawford on

    Most excited about the Zinnias! I want them all! Zinnias are my favorite flower!

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  709. Allison Decleir on

    It’s so hard to just choose one variety as they are all SO amazing! If I had to choose I would say I’m most excited to hopefully get ahold of golden hour zinnias. The colours are just so amazing. So thankful Erin and her team has worked so tirelessly to bring these to life for gardeners around the world ♥️

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  710. Madi Fielder on

    I’m most excited for the zinnias and lime celosia!!! I truly believe you can never plant enough zinnias. I can’t wait!!

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  711. Ericka on

    Im trying to turn my garden in a little extension of Floret Flowers Farm. I have a tiny frontward the one I have named: My Micro farm. I love how Erin has created a daily routine walk through her farm that is the highlight of her day. I”m trying to do the same to get some peace and comfort every day. What a privilege it would be to add new floret originals to my garden this year. Im so excited to add: Rose gold Celosia, Victorian Wedding Zinnias and for the first time, I’d like to learn how to grow dahlias from seeds, so I would add Can Can Girls to my garden, hoping to get enough flowers to share with others this coming summer. Thank you Erin, for years of hard work in breeding these seeds and finally, the world is able to get them all into any garden!

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  712. Terry McKaig on

    I can already see Alpenglow glistening in the sweet warm afternoon light in my new garden. I’m swooning over here at the thought of our new adventure together.

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  713. Melissa on

    I’ve tried zinnias in the past but it didn’t go well. Looking all these beautiful colors makes me want to try again! 😍

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  714. Lily on

    The fact that these color selections were made is like stepping out of my dreamscape and into reality. I truly hope I will have the opportunity to grow some of these! The colors, combination and hard work that went into creating them is the true grit of farmers brought to reality. Beautiful, creations of patience and dedication. Yall truly are so inspiring i can’t wait to watch the farm grow over the next years. Such magic!!!!

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  715. MollyCate on

    When I started reading through this post, I said to myself, “Oh, I will grow these celosias!” Then I kept reading and felt like I could say that of all the seeds featured! How to choose? I’ll just try some of each!

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  716. Jeremy on

    The wife and I are most excited to try growing the beautiful Unicorn mix.

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  717. Ashley Lantto on

    I have never had good luck with Zinnias, they always look icky to me up close. I’m going to try one last time, I’m hoping to get my clicks in fast enough for Precious Metals!

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  718. MR on

    I’m most excited for the zinnias. After watching your hard work all of these years I can not wait to get these beautiful colors in my garden <3

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  719. Jodie on

    The new Floret collection is looks so lovely. It seems almost impossible to choose, but I’m most excited to try out Alpenglow Zinnias.

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  720. Julia Rose on

    Beyond excited about the Sangria mix, the unicorn mix, and the Bees Choice mix. All of them look so fun and vibrant after such a drab winter I know they will perk me and my garden right up! Absolutely in love with your flowers and dying to try growing them at home.<3

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  721. Tabitha on

    I finally have a garden space to grow! So I’m excited to try Dahlias for the first time this year. Wish me luck!

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  722. Chloe Martin on

    I am most excited for bees choice dahlias and Dawn creek pastel zinnias ✨🫶🏻

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  723. Sally on

    I keep coming back to this post to dream about summer 2024. I am most excited to try Spun Sugar Celosia, Unicorn Mix Zinnias and Bee’s Choice Dahlias. Who am I kidding . . . I am eager to plant a packet of any of these lovelies. Thank you for your hard work!

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  724. Stephanie on

    I wish I could buy all of them but def alpenglow and golden hour are at the top for me. Zinnias and celosia won over my heart last year in my garden. I definitely also love all the celosia varieties just struggling to narrow down my list on those. They’re all so magical.

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  725. Delaney on

    All of your varieties are stunning, and I’d be so excited to experiment with any one of these! Celosias happen to be a huge huge favorite of mine, and I especially adore your spun sugar mix and sangria variety! Additionally, your supercrest mixes are stunning, and I love the look of the coral reef mix! Congratulations on this next chapter in your business!

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  726. Veronica on

    I’m most excited for zinnia varieties – and extra stoked for Unicorn Mix! Agreed that their hues will change the world!

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  727. Amanda on

    That precious metals mix is pretty dreamy. But really they all are.

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  728. Gina Wildermuth on

    All are magnificent! I would for sure like to add autumn blaze celosia and unicorn mix zinnias!

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  729. Molly on

    Growing in the heat of Phoenix I am so grateful for some heat loving varieties and hope to get my hands on Spun Sugar Celosia and Alpenglow! Will be my first time growing either of these flowers and I will treat these baby seeds like gold!

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  730. Josefina Haro on

    I’m most excited for any and all of the dahlias!! They are my favorite flower, and because of you I have fallen in love with gardening dahlias all over again!

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  731. Kristin Reilly on

    oh my! how to choose?! everything is stunning and so unique. the dahlia petite florets mix is up there for me — such a beautiful variety and from seed(!!), making it more accessible than the price of lots of tubers if you don’t want a total gamble. i honestly have been scared to jump into dahlias for that reason so far. and all the zinnias have my heart. they’re a staple for my little backyard garden where i gather arrangements to take to friends and family. alpen glow, golden hour, dawn creek pastels might be my top three if i really narrow things down.

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  732. Andi on

    Hello! I’m so excited for the Cancan girls, and Petite Floret seeds! They are SOOOOOOO PRETTY! Anemone dahlias are my absolute favorite. I would love to win all the seeds, but I’m for sure hoping to get my hands on the dahlia seeds. The zinnias are all beautiful, too, I especially love Alpine glow because I grew up near Mt. Hood. Gorgeous 💖

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  733. Amanda Badger on

    Oh so hard to choose, these are all absolutely stunning flowers!! Congratulations! I will happy to get my hands on any of them but I will be very quickly trying to checkout with both the limonata and rose gold celosia, and the Aplenglow Zinnias.

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  734. Amanda on

    Oh so hard to choose, these are all absolutely stunning flowers!! Congratulations! I will happy to get my hands on any of them but I will be very quickly trying to checkout with both the limonata and rose gold celosia, and the Aplenglow Zinnias.

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  735. Kelsey on

    Definitely precious metals!

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  736. Allison Cosgrove on

    Congratulations, I am so excited!! I am really looking forward to The Unicorn Mix and Cancan Girls :)

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  737. Kelly R on

    So excited for the shooting stars mix and the bees choice mix. Honestly I’m just excited for them all. They are all stunning! That sangria color! Wowwwww!

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  738. Courtney on

    Very excited for all of these new flower babies!
    Loving the dahlias especially, really hope to be able to have a chance to get a couple packets to try find some special new unicorns

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  739. Alina on

    Erin, the work you’ve done developing all of these stunningly beautiful varieties is simply mind blowing. Zinnias are one of the best flowers to grow in our extremely hot summer conditions, so I am so excited to hopefully be able to have all the new beautiful pastel colors on the farm. You have changed the flower growing world with these!

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  740. Jewel on

    Congratulations on this milestone! Since I’ve been waiting for what seems like a decade (haha) for more Unicorn it is tops on my list. Second Alpenglow. And… and… and!!!!

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  741. Jordan Kirk on

    I love all the these so much! But I think alpenglow is my new favorite!! 🤩

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  742. Rachel on

    Really looking forward to the Alpenglow zinnias. So beautiful!

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  743. Alyssa Newell on

    Alpine Glow, Rose Gold Celosia and the Victorian Wedding collections are so dreamy. Well done Floret for giving of yourselves to produce such exquisite new varieties! These are a treasure for all of us out here. Thank you!

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  744. Aaron Anthony on

    All of them! But especially the “Bee’s Choice” dahlia mix and the “Sangria Mix” celosia. Me and my wife recently purchased a property in Whatcom County and are looking forward to filling all the open spaces around our home with some color.

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  745. Jessie on

    It’s hard to choose which varieties to get, they are all so lovely! I know for sure I want to grow Alpenglow and the Petite Floret mix. I’m very, VERY excited to see what comes from the Petite Floret mix. I’ve grown lots of dahlias from seed and only rarely does one turn in to something I want to keep. I got one last year from the Bee’s Choice mix that I named “Funky Dood”, and honestly naming it was a big part of the fun. So yeah, I’m looking forward to growing some surprise “keepers”. It’s a lot of fun looking through your creations and dreaming about growing them here in my little flower patch. Can’t wait!

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  746. Teresa on

    I love seeing the amazing colors in all the collections. I am especially looking forward to the zinnias.

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  747. Heather on

    Zinnias!! I want them all😍😍

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  748. April De on

    I am most excited about the Dawn Creek zinnia collections!! I have become obsessed with zinnias. They are the shining star in my mostly urban garden. I plant a mass planting of zinnias and marigolds in my front yard that are enjoyed by pollinators and people alike. It would be a rare honor to grow and tend these precious seeds. It would be a gift that I know my community and neighborhood would find great delight in.

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  749. Isaac on

    While all of the new varieties are absolutely stunning, the ones I am most excited for are Celosia: Spun Sugar, Zinnia: Precious Metals, and Dahlia: Petite Florets.

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  750. Julie H. on

    I’m especially looking forward to the zinnia varieties!!

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  751. Claire on

    Ahhh I admire all of these! I’m planning a Spring wedding and my mom and I will be planting a few flowers to hopefully use! I love the unicorn mix and the coral reef for such amazing pops of colors!

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  752. Joey Babay on

    Although I have not had great luck Celosia in the past (they bloom but stay measly small 8 inch plants and not lovely stalks like yours) I am determined this year. That Spun Sugar of Chris’ looks spectacular.

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  753. Marjory on

    I’m new to the world of dahlia seeds, and can wait to see the first blooms. Canaan Girls and Floret seeds will be my first choices.

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  754. Janet on

    I’m so excited for these flowers & all the flower babies to come from your breeding program! The Sangria mix celosia, alpen glow zinnias & shooting star dahlias are what I have my eye on. 😍

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  755. Kathy Nielsen on

    We are moving to a new house with 4 acres of cleared land, which I can’t wait to start growing all these beautiful varieties of floret 💐 flowers. I’m a huge fan of Floret ever since finding season one of Growing Floret on Amazon. I subsequently ordered all of Erin’s books. I’m designing my future garden with these flowers in mind. My dream is to have a cutting garden in which to provide bouquets for nursing homes, weddings, or anyone who just wants to have a little beauty at home.

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  756. Lauren on

    I’m so excited for these beauties!! Precious metals and golden hour are at the top of my list! 💛

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  757. Hannah on

    This is my first season growing dahlia and I’m planning to start them all from seed. I’m looking forward to seeing what comes up from the cancan girls!

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  758. Lydia on

    Wow, these flower breeds are unlike anything I have ever seen in my short flower experience. I hope in the future you will continue developing these beautys and sharing them with the world. Out of all of them ”Victorian Wedding” would have to be my favorite. It just looks so cute and comes in so many beautiful colors. But of course, I will have to grow it to see what magic it really contains.

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  759. Marisol on

    I hope to grow dahlias and celosia. My listed started out with two of each but each time I go back and look at the preview I add another one or two. It would be glorious to watch them grow and be surrounded by such beautiful blooms later in the year.

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  760. Sheila on

    I am excited to try the dahlia seeds. I love the bright, lively colors and the mystery of what will show up! This will be only my second year growing dahlias and it’s fair to say I’m obsessed. The colors and range of shapes Erin is growing is beautiful!!
    Erin and her team continue to amaze me with their dedication and passion for flowers! I love it!!

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  761. Nat on

    Celosia Limonata!! I absolutely love it; it’s very refreshing! Beautiful on it’s own and as a filler. But all gorgeous, really. Bravo!

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  762. Katie Milligan on

    Wow so hard to choose my favorites out of so many beautiful varieties of flowers! Some of the ones I’m most looking forward to are petite floret, unicorn mix and sugar spun. What a dream to be able to expand and grow these gorgeous blooms.

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  763. Sasha Ashcraft on

    I love every flower in this post! I will say I’m enchanted with Apenglow and Bees Choice, the colors look incredibly beautiful. You’ve outdone yourself with this offering, and I can’t wait to see how your farm evolves in the future! Beautiful work!

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  764. Tricia on

    My favorites are Victorian Wedding, Precious Metals, and most of all, Golden Hour.

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  765. Joleen Wrightsman on

    Thank you! Thank you all for having the drive and passion to create with great ambition these amazingly beautiful originals. I have always had a love of all flowers. Because of them it has brought my niece and I so very close and I am blessed. When Tessa asked me what I was going to order I on the 6th I responded with I want them all! LOL. And she said “same”. 😂. I am going to have to narrow it down however I do know it will be within the celosia family because most people I have ever talked to them about have no idea what they are. I have always loved them because they are such a unique work of art.
    I can’t wait for The 6th. I told my niece it’s going to be like getting Garth Brooks concert tickets. Just a mad scramble to get on the web site and order before you sell out!
    I live on an acreage in southeast Nebraska work what you call a 9 to 5 job at our local hospital and am planning my flower farm. Now I have always gardened both flowers and vegetables but this year I am expanding I to a cut flower farm and am hoping with hard work I can build a new possibly for income and can eventually be a full time flower farmer. Thanks for inspiring me and my niece and so many many more.
    I literally want to jump up and down with my hand in the air saysimg “oo. oo choose me choose me! But that may be a bit obnoxious and distasteful so I will remain calm😔

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  766. Kathleen Jackson on

    I caught the dahlia bug last year after growing my first seeds, Bees Choice and watching all the bees thriving until the frost. I grew Queen Lime & Queen Red zinnias next to them and in containers around the patio lovely sweet peas.

    After three years of trying to grow sunflowers we had spectacular Ruby Eclipse which were my pride & joy! I was thrilled to make mixed bouquets for some friends and I kept every seed I could so we can plant more and also share seeds & starters.

    Unfortunately my beloved dahlia tubers shriveled during an unexpected humid spell, I didn’t see that coming! But I’m excited to start again this season snd I trust we will have another chance to welcome the Bees Choice parade in our garden. I’m so in love with the Victorian rainbow of zinnias I hope I am lucky to get some of those too!

    Thank you for inspiring me to grow flowers. 🦋🌻

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  767. Gabrielle Heide on

    Geez, it’s so hard to pick, it’s like when my kids ask who is my favorite. I love them all but I’m gonna go with , Precious Metals and Alpenglow, I hope I did hurt the other seeds feelings.

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  768. Courtney Savage on

    It would be such a treat to be able to grow any of these! I’m super excited to have Golden Hour again, I have been hoarding some of those seeds that you released awhile back and finally went through the last of that packet this past growing season! Also very excited about Precious Metals, Dawn Creek Peach, Petite Florets, Rose Gold and Spun Sugar. But truly any seeds from this breeding program would be a true delight, thank you SO MUCH to you and your team for all of your hard work!! How neat it will be to see the fruits of your labor scattered about the country, bringing joy to everyone whose paths they cross.

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  769. Lexie Genho on

    Just a deep breath, a soft sigh, and all my dreams…. SO beyond excited to feel these beautiful flower souls enter into my little place on the earth! I’m counting down the days until my field is full of floret originals!

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  770. Marlae Lee on

    They are all absolutely gorgeous!!! Thank you for all of your amazing hard work….. My 88-year old flower-loving mom has been following your process closely and is so incredibly fascinated: her family in the Netherlands was very involved in developing new varieties of flowers.
    I am the most excited for all of the new varieties of Zinnias…. can hardly narrow them down but LOVE the Dawn Creek pastels and the unicorn mix. Blessings!!

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  771. Gail on

    I can’t wait to add the Unicon Mix, Little Flower Girl, Floret, Petite Floret and Bee’s Choice to my garden! There are so many beautiful colors. I wish I could add them all to me garden!!

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  772. Amy K on

    I loved looking at all these gorgeous photos, and would be thrilled at the chance to grow any of these. I especially love the zinnias because they steer such a classic favorite that takes me back to my childhood of being at both my grandmothers’ houses during long summer days as a child.

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  773. Lina E. on

    I started following you back in 2019, and I’ve been so proud watching your passion blossom. Thank you for all of the gardening education you’ve provided me! I’m most excited to add Coral Reef, Unicorn Mix, and the Petite Florets mixes to my garden this year!

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  774. Angie on

    I am so excited for this release! I’ve been watching Precious Metals now through two seasons. So happy it’s available this season. It’s a hard decision to pick just one, they all look beutiful!

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  775. Darina D on

    I am most excited about the unicorn mix group! Very excited to see these lil ones grow and flourish. They definitely will brighten up my day and those around me who I give some flower too. Thank you for having these amazing photos and brightening our days!

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  776. Darina d on

    I am most excited about the unicorn mix! Seeing those little seedlings grow will be a blast and definitely perk up the mood! I know that these will make me and all my friends and family who ever to see my flowers and get some very happy. Cheers!

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  777. Darina dinov on

    I am most excited about the unicorn mix! These definitely look they will brighten up my day and those around me. I know gardening can help me maintain my zen (even through occasional frustrations) and make it okay that I talk to my little seedlings. Exciting to see these lil buds flourish and bring some joy in peoples lives. Cheers!

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  778. Maggie on

    I’m new to the cut flower world, but I am sooo excited for these seeds!! I’ll have my alarm set when they go on sale:)

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  779. Kris S on

    It’s hard to choose but alpenglow, dawn creek pastels, precious metals and Florets petite are some of my favorites. I love all the soft color pallets!

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  780. Alisa Bolander on

    I’m so excited to try some of your Floret dahlia seeds. That is going to be so fun! No matter what your farm releases, it is ALWAYS exciting!

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  781. Michelle VanEerden on

    I am so excited at the thought of growing these beautiful Zinnias. I am a small flower grower that sells bouquets at the end of my driveway, but every year my garden expands as do my varieties and knowledge. It all started with an article in Country Living magazine featuring Floret!

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  782. Arthi on

    I’m excited to grow Dahlias for the first time (I have my eye on CanCan girls, Petite Floret, and Shooting Stars) and the Victorian Wedding Zinnias. I’m moving back into my childhood home this year in the Seattle area to fix it up for my parents to move back into, and am so eager to have beautiful things growing to make their return even more special. I also plan on making our yard more wild and pollinator-friendly, so seeing that the bees love these mixes is a huge plus.

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  783. Christy Shivell on

    I love the colors of the dawn creek honey and precious metals zinnias, but I’m really excited about several of your celosias. They are such workhorses and I love preserving them. I can’t narrow it down to a few…

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  784. Christy Shivell on

    I love the colors of the dawn creek honey and precious metals zinnias, but I’m really excited about several of your celosias. They are such workhorses and I love preserving them. I can’t narrow it down to a few…

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  785. Annaleise on

    I can’t wait to start growing the Petite Floret and Shooting Star Dahlias! I love the thrill of not knowing what blooms you will grow. How it takes months of nurturing before you see the treasures unfolding! And how exciting it is, to save the tubers for the following years. Thank you so much for offering these varieties and sharing the joy with fellow plant lovers.

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  786. Zoe on

    I’d be delighted to get to grow any of them! Alpenglow, Victorian wedding, and floret’s babies are at the top of my wishlist.

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  787. Kaley on

    Precious Metals, Spun Sugar, Alpenglow and Golden Hour.
    Thank you!

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  788. Maureen on

    It’s been a blast to watch you morph your business along with your interests. You are so generous to share your knowledge with the world. Thanks for keeping so much of the info free, It helps those of u who grow flowers as a hobby and to share with others.

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  789. Heather on

    Thank you for sharing the journey! So fun to see all the hard work coming to fruition! Such glorious colors, be still my heart!

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  790. Laura Kujacznski on

    I might feel like I won $1 million if I won this prize. What’s more precious than growing your flowers?! If I don’t win, I’ll still show up at the sale. After being a hobby farmer for 10 years, I’m going official this year and starting a flower farm. What would be a better jumpstart than to receive seeds from someone who is influenced me so greatly?! 😘

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  791. Beth on

    My daughters (8 & 10) and I are putting together a small cut flower garden this year. They often mention me growing flowers for their weddings. Eeek! The fact that you are encouraging seed saving throughout generations gave me goosebumps. What if these Floret Originals bought in 2024 could be part of a wedding bouquet in a decades time or more?? I can’t even imagine! We have been drooling over which ones to choose – all of them are so unique and perfect. We would be overly excited if we even have a chance to get Vintage Rose, Alpenglow, Victorian Wedding, Dawn Creek Pastels Mix, and Bee’s Choice. Wish we could try them all! Thank you for your generosity in sharing with the world.

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  792. Kristina on

    I am absolutely on the edge of seat to get these babies in my garden!!! I’m particularly excited about Alpine Glow, Precious Metals, Shooting Star, Petite Florets and the Vintage Rose Celosia <3

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  793. Maggie Haus on

    I’m most excited about the zinnias, I’m most inspired to try and grow the celosia, and I’m most eager to grow the dahlias and not try to win the dahlia wars this year :) I am over the moon that you decided to put so much effort into these flowers so many of us are beside ourselves to grow! The colors that have been born through this passion are otherworldly and SO dreamy. Being a wedding and event designer for so many years I eventually became uninspired by even the most gorgeous imported blooms. There will always be the exotic that I can’t grow that will offer a thrill, but nothing is more fulfilling than tending your own garden, watching and waiting, putting so much of yourself into your babies and then, for me, eventually cutting them and offering them to make someone else happy. These new colors make my heart sing, I just can’t wait!!

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  794. Gerryann Olson on

    I am so excited to try growing Dahlias from seed for the first time, and I love Cancan Girls, Floret and Shooting Stars. My long time love is for zinnias and I hope to grow the Dawn Creek varieties, along with your exquisite seeds that I’ve never been able to grow. Your collaboration with Kori makes my heart sing and demonstrates your compassion, generosity and love for kindred spirits. Thank you to your entire team for helping us to sow beauty in the world.

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  795. D Freese on

    Really excited about the dahlias and Alpenglo. There are many others I am excited but if I had to really narrow it down those 2 would be the 2. I can hardly wait to try Dahlia seeds. I have only done tubers. It will be like Christmas!

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  796. Kari on

    Petite florets, Victorian wedding zinnia, unicorn mix zinnia, alpenglow zinnia! So excited for these!

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  797. Naomi on

    Appenglow, precious metals zinnias. Would love those. How could you not. Although, as a flower addict, I’d be happy with every single one of your flowers. The colors are just beautiful. And addictive.

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  798. Ellen on

    Sangria and the vintage rose celosias. Theres something about those fluffy flowers. My grand daughters just love waving them in the wind like wands. A must have.

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  799. Ellen on

    Theres something about those fluffy celosia. My grand daughters love waving them in the wind like some magical wand. A must have for my garden.

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  800. Jana Sifuentes on

    Sangria and raspberry lemonade! I am excited to grrow more celosia this year and love the soft colors but I am especially drawn to the bold colors.

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  801. Stacey Karlis on

    Spun sugar Celosia!! I had 1 in my Celosia patch last year and didn’t know what it was. Was all set to save Seed and a frost snuck up on me!! I am so happy that it wasn’t a fluke, but a for real amazing thing!!!

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  802. Sarah on

    ‘Dusty Rose’ (previously named ‘Fruit Punch’) – love this flower! It reminds me of a coral reef but above ground.

    Sangria Mix – love the darker, rich hues of this flower. You do not see a lot of this color!

    ‘Victorian Wedding’ Mix is such a beautiful color and will look good next to any other color in your gardens.

    Love all the varieties, wish my garden could fit them all!

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  803. Sarah Wolf on

    Be still my heart. I can’t even….

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  804. Ania Brown on

    I am beyond excited to finally be able to purchase some of the seeds this year. I have been watching Erin grow as a flower farm for years now and I live through her blog. She has motivated me to live a life filled with flowers! I now run a small hobby flower farm and I dream of making it a full time work. My farm is called “Little Brown Farm” and is located in Ontario, Canada. Thank you or the inspiration! Ania Brown

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  805. Kristen Carlson-McCarthy on

    Since we keep bees on our farm I am partial to Bees choice. I am interested in growing different varieties of flowers to see what changes in are made in the flavor of honey produced. I also love the petite floret mix. Really I love all flowers but especially the ones pollinators prefer

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  806. Becca Aucoin on

    I cannot wait to grow as many zinnia varieties as I can! The Alpenglow and Precious metal varieties really speak to me and the Dawn creek colours are so so stunning. Zinnias are a favourite in my garden and it’s a total dream to be able to grow Floret Farm varieties of the flowers that bring me so much joy. I am in the process of reading Erin’s “Cut Flower Garden” book and it’s making me SO excited to get a start on this year’s garden. Thank you for sharing your passion and skill with the world. Us budding home cut flower gardeners appreciate it more than you know.

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  807. Jessica on

    They are all so beautiful!!! And would love to grow them all ♥️ If I had to narrow it down to use in wedding work this summer, Dusty Rose, Victorian Wedding, and Shooting Stars.

    I hope one day, to find my niche, and give back as much as you are Erin!

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  808. Holly on

    So in love with golden hour and alpenglow. Thank you for both inspiring AND
    making it possible for us to grow such beauties!!!

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  809. Ellie on

    Coral Reef, Spun Sugar, Glowing Embers, Raspberry Lemonade – heck, any of the celosias! After seeing celosia growing in a neighbor’s front garden and as a cut flower in an arrangement at a restaurant, I’ve fallen in LOVE with celosia. I think she’s a flower that’s better in person. And how do the bees love her too! Of the zinnias, Golden Hour, Unicorn Mix, and the Dawn Creek Pastels seem so special. I have Bee’s Choice that I’ve ordered previously and love it so of the dahlia mixes I think Petite Florets and Shooting Stars: the pollinators love the peachy collarette that I grew from the Bee’s Choice seed. It’s truly hard to make a choice, they all seem so magical!

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  810. Kat on

    Genesis 1:29 * is the seed one ❤️

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  811. Kat on

    Love the dusty rose and pink chenille celosia, alpenglow, precious metals, DC pastels zinnias and the dahlias! They are all beautiful and it’s a blessing to see such beauty! Thank God for beautiful flowers! (Thinking about Genesis 1:19 a lot lately ❤️)

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  812. Merrill on

    Cannot WAIT for your Zinnias!!! Love love Golden Hour, Alpine Glow, and Little Flower Girl. Thank you Floret fam <3

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  813. Liane Donohue on

    Vintage Rose I must have, Dawn Creek Peach is a sweet surprise I love her colors and Petite Florets -so happy for you and your team of floral lovers and friends who have worked so very hard for the past 7 years to bring a smile to my face

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  814. Shelley Tarr on

    Spun sugar and precious metals – can’t wait!

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  815. Jeannie Z on

    It is so hard to choose as I love ALL the possibilities! The Celosia is so unique and new to me that I would have to start there. The “brain” style flower intrigues me to no end!

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  816. Susan Kay Jones on

    So excited to try spun sugar celosia, unicorn zinnia and shooting stars dahlias. I just watched the documentary. So much care given to the whole process. Thank you!

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  817. Carol Birch on

    Oh, so many choices so little time!!! I want them all!! My must-haves are Supercrest and Sangria Mix Celosia, they take my breath away!!

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  818. Lori Goodwin on

    I can’t get over how pretty all these soft, muted pastels are…and the two-tones and multiple colors on one stem! I am having a terrible time trying to choose which ones to order.😂 On my first run through them all I immediately was leaning toward Alpenglow, Dawn Creek Blush and the Sangria Celosia(love the dramatic color!)…and as you said, on first glance many of the zinnias look similar, but as you guys have been spotlighting each one and posting more pictures they are ALL just gorgeous!! The baby Florets will be my top priority when you open your sale. They are adorable💕 Your blog is like eye candy for flower freaks like me and thanks so much for all your generosity with information and resources. I snagged some dahlia tubers from several of your recommended sources this year also!🎉Congratulations on your beautiful collection!!

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  819. Denise Read on

    This post is breathtaking. I am so grateful for the Floret Farm Team!
    I would love to grow ‘Little Flower Girl’ in my city garden. I love the range of colors and the open center for its appeal to pollinators!

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  820. Mary Lineberry on

    In Victorian times, zinnias represented “lasting affection”. With endless varieties. hardinness and dedicated breeders there is no end to their possibilities. These plants are certainly no
    ” wallflowers” and with the new romantic pastels sure to expand the demand. I only hope that I can add them to my garden. I think of flowering plants as embassadors, or diplomats to bring joy and patience into our lives.

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  821. Karina on

    The dahlias are just absolutely gorgeous. I’m in love with all the colors and varieties 😍😍

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  822. Jaime Yamashita on

    Alpen glow is incredible and the name perfectly captures its magical quality

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  823. Lauren C on

    I would love to grow the Cancan Girls and the Unicorn mix. They are all truly amazing, especially the field of giant flowers.

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  824. Lisa Sweeney on

    I absolutely love all the zinnia colors- they’re so beautiful! I have never seen such beautiful pastel colors. I have set the alarm on my phone to hopefully get some seeds when the sale begins.

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  825. Beth Kern on

    I’m looking forward to Unicorn Mix and all the dahlias!! So excited to get my seeds started this year!!

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  826. Melinda Rafferty on

    I have been growing a small patch of Zinnia’s in my yard for the past several years just for making personal bouquets and bouquets for family and friends. I look forward to adding some of your beautiful varieties to my patch this year…it time to ramp up my bouquets with some different textures. Love all of them, but especially the Spun Sugar Celosia, Dawn Creek Pastels and Bee’s Choice. Thank you for your lovely blog.

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  827. Luke on

    All the Floret Original are gorgeous! I’d like to grow Alpenglow, Limonata, Dusty Rose, Dawn Creek Blush, Cancan Girls to name a few, but truthfully, I’d love to grow then all!

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  828. Cheryl Rogers on

    Celosia Spun Sugar!! Precious metals!!!! Alpenglow!!!! Dahlia ‘Cancan Girls’!!! I have been using your company for seeds since your beginning, and I’m so thrilled you can fulfill your dream of only presenting seeds out of your breeding program now. My cut flower garden helps provide my neighborhood with the freshest and most extraordinary flowers in our small beach town. I’m recovering now from Breast Cancer and cervical spine surgery, so being able to look forward to these treasures means so much to me. Thank you Erin and Team

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  829. Kathryn on

    OMG, they’re all so beautiful! Vintage Rose, Golden hour, Dawn Creek Pastels, Petite Florets and Shooting Stars, yes please! I can’t wait to see them bloom!

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  830. Suzette Bergeson on

    So many great choices!! Golden Hour and Cancan Girls would be great to grow this year!!

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  831. Amanda Underhill on

    I’m so happy that unicorn mix is back! And I’m really excited to try Bees choice and probably Floret. I recently to my artwork in clay after an 15 year (motherhood!) hiatus, and am very much after beautiful forms to complement my vase work and create floral reliefs. These are making me so hungry for summer! Thank you for sharing the beauty.

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  832. Stacey on

    Bee’s choice! I love all the variety and colors contained in one little seed packet. It’s my first year growing a cut flower garden and these seem like a great place to start. Lots of variety, but I can still start small. But also, all of the Floret Originals are gorgeous!!!

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  833. Victoria M on

    I have been racking my brain trying to prioritize my list, making collages, studying the pictures and descriptions of each variety. As of today, my number one remains Alpenglow. There is just something so enchanting about her. All winter long our 2 year old has been taking his plastic safety scissors to where the zinnias were last year and asks to cut flowers. I can’t wait until we grow the floret originals together this year and introduce baby brother to our love of flowers too.

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  834. Amy on

    You and your team have made gardening come to life for me. Never did I think of growing Celosia but now I can’t wait to try!

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  835. Annie on

    I would love to grow little flower girl!!

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  836. Crystal on

    Alpenglow is top on my list, Dawn creek is a close second to her. What a joy and surprise to see that they both are a possibility this year!! I’m beyond excited about this, thank you Erin for the hard work and dedication ♡♡♡

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  837. Crystal on

    Alpenglow if top on my list, Dawn creek is a close second to her. What a joy and surprise to see that they both are a possibility this year!! I’m beyond excited about this, thank you Erin for the hard work and dedication ♡♡♡

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  838. Sheri Nobel on

    They are all so stunning and would love to grow them all but I would especially love to add coral reef, can-can girls and precious metals to my garden! So beautiful 😍

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  839. Amity Arnold on

    I’m hoping to snag several of your zinnia and celosia varieties. I am a 3rd year flower farmer and am trying to find my niche with wedding and event designers. Have joined a collective which has been amazing! I’m most interested in Limonata as I too have always loved Sylphid but would love to collect the seed for myself. Rose Gold celosia and the Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Blush are the zinnias I am eyeing. I may even go out on a limb and try the Shooting Stars dahlia seeds – never tried growing dahlias from seeds – might be my adventure for the year!!

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  840. Kim on

    I’m a fan of the bright colored flowers so I’m excited about the Sangria mix celosia, Unicorn mix zinnias and Cancan girls dahlias. So beautiful!!

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  841. Rosalia Beachy on

    I would love to try precious metals! All of them look so beautiful!

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  842. Kelly on

    Beautiful!!! Florets growth and development has been amazing to watch! I have to say also thanks for not removing all the valuable information you have gathered over the years with all the other varieties you have grown or have at the farm. It’s precious information that I actually go back and read every time I need it! So thanks for keeping it in archived seed section.

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  843. Erika on

    Golden hour zinnias ✨

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  844. Crystal Barnett on

    Congratulations!!! My goodness, it’s like trying to choose a favorite child! They are all so beautiful! My favorites are Spun sugar, Sangria mix, Unicorn mix, Victorian wedding, Dawn Creek pastels & Petite florets. So excited for February 6th!! 🤗♥️

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  845. Emily Peterson on

    Thank you, Floret Team for your years of yard work bringing beauty to the world.

    I love the golden hour, dawn-creek-pastels, petite florets, and can-can girls. Amazing to grow anemone type flowers that don’t require cool weather in my hot temps.

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  846. Lisa Roth on

    Congratulations on achieving your dream with so many who shared your vision!
    I’m dreaming of how my garden would look with a sprinkling of ‘Glowing Embers’ & ‘Spun Sugar’
    And then to tie together the more vibrant colors already in my garden, ‘Cancan Girl’ and ‘Petite Floret’ -!

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  847. So So Koutis on

    My first Choices are precious metals
    And victorian wedding dawn creek plush honey
    then the dahlias I don’t know I love all of them lol
    That why I haven’t purchased any other seed yet because I am so excited and have bin saving all my cash
    I have a flower seed savings cash jar I placed some zinnia seeds in the bottom of the jar to make sure my cash would grow
    Thanks So So from NJ

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  848. Michel Knepper on

    Hello Erin and Floret Flowers! I love all of the beautiful Floret flowers. My favorite ones are: 1. Celosia coral reef , 2. Celosia limonata, 3. Celosia sangria mix, 4. Dahlia cancan girls, 5. Dahlia petite florets, 6. Zinnia dawn creek pastels and 7. Zinnia little flower girl. Thank you for making the world more wonderful. Have a Nice Daisy! With gratitude and love, Michel

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  849. Nancy Fitzgerald on

    dawn-creek-pastels, petite florets, can-can girls, shooting stars. Goodness, all of them!!!

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  850. Christina on

    Bee’s Choice & Victorian Wedding!

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  851. Suzy R on

    Petite florets and precious metals! 🌸

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  852. Katie on

    The Golden Hour Zinnias and the Pink Chenille Celosia!

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  853. Sab on

    Petite Florets and shooting stars 💫

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  854. Glory Redbird on

    I’m excited to try some Celosia and some precious metals zinnias this year .

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  855. Deborah Copeland on

    They are all so beautiful! I love them all and picking a favorite is almost impossible, I’d be happy with any of them.
    The Dusty Rose and Coral reef are two favorites
    Zinnias. The Victorian Wedding and The Dawn Creek Farm zinnias are the first I would add to my garden.
    My goal is to be able to grow and take arrangements to the care facilities and nursing home patients.
    My grandmother and I grew zinnias and herbs the last year she lived with me. I would gather them, and she would arrange them in the odd jars we collected. I would tie some ribbon on the jars and we gifted them.
    She is my inspiration for this!
    I hope to be able to get some of all your flower seeds at some point, they are
    So so beautiful!

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  856. Karen Fowler on

    So excited to grow some Victoria Wedding Zinnias and Petite Floret!

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  857. David Ramsey on

    I would be happy with any of your seeds, but, for some reason, I’m particularly fascinated with Bloomquist Candy Corn. I think it’s because the bronzy copper colors add a certain appeal to fall arrangements.

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  858. Heather Jacobs on

    I am excited for every single one of these beautiful magical souls! I especially have my fingers crossed for Victorian Wedding and Petite Florets! This work that you have done is so very amazing and you guys have clearly put your heart and soul into it!!

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  859. Maddie C on

    I cannot wait for Alpenglow and Limonata!

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  860. Carol Hambridge on

    I cannot wait to grow Precious Metals and Unicorn Zinnias to give away!

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  861. Natasja Hammond on

    Hands down precious metals, little flower girl, and Victorian wedding! So so hard to choose!!! My sweet gardening neighbour who was sooo addicted to dahlias and zinnias got me on this path, when she passed she had planted her baby’s already so I took over hoping to take on the challenge! And yes this will be my third year now learning as I go but so excited when a new little unique flower comes up. I had saved my friends seeds from her zinnias and gave them all at her celebration of life. I so enjoyed seeing everyone gardens after they planted them feeling they also had a part of their missing friend. The little flowers have brought so much joy to my life and I absolutely am over the moon with all these beautiful varieties! I know my girlfriend would be addicted to these new varieties so I hope to plant them in her gardens as well this year for her husband to feel like she’s still with us. She got me hooked on your books and all your Knowledge. Thank u for bringing all the joy u did and all the joy u bring me now following in her foot steps while learning on the way! Congratulations on this new launch! Absolutely amazing!!!!🌸🌸🌸🌸 Natasja

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  862. mary jean on

    I’ll be holding my breath trying to score Precious Metals and Unicorn

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  863. Anna Schmidtberger on

    I’m PUMPED for “Alpenglow”. So soft and understated. 🤌🏻🤌🏻🤌🏻

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  864. Tracey Sherman on

    How can one choose from such gorgeous flowers? But I love the celosias because they were my late brother in law’s favorite flowers, and growing them in our garden will remind us of him! For me, I love the new zinnias and dahlias. All the peachy pink pastels are a dream, and I love the thought of growing dahlias from seed and the possibility of discovering and naming a new breed! Thank you, Erin, for sharing ALL your gardening work and offering the chance to be gifted the seeds collection.

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  865. Marci on

    All of the Fall colors of Celosia are absolutely dreamy! I’m also excited about Golden Hour and Unicorn Mix Zinnias!

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  866. Jane B on

    My favorite ones are Celosia Dusty Rose and Dahlia Petite Florets. They are absolutely stunning and would look lovely in arrangements together!

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  867. Jack Barnes on

    The “Precious Metals” mix would be a perfect gift for my mom’s garden.

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  868. Craig Barnes on

    My lady loves you guys and wants to plant all the dahlias. I would say the Cacan Girls is fairly awesome.

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  869. Adam on

    the unicorn mix is radical

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  870. Adan on

    the unicorn mix is radically awesome

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  871. Jane Anderson on

    Your flowers are absolutely stunning! I’m most excited about the Petite Florets mix! Love dreaming about all the beautiful flowers during these dreary winter months!!

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  872. Gen on

    Oh my goodness, what to choose?? I love golden hour, precious metals, unicorn, any of the colorful Dawson creek ones, florets, oh!! And the rose gold! All are so beautiful!

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  873. Kae on

    Unicorn mix
    Precious metals
    Cancan girls
    Victorian metal

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  874. Shawna Rafferty on

    Very excited to see if I can obtain several varieties in this sale. My top two would be the rose gold celosia & precious metals Zinnia. I think these would look great together!

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  875. Kristen Bates on

    All the Zinnias but definitely”Little flower girl” and “Unicorn “

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  876. Kristy on

    Golden Hour and Dawn Creek Peach and Honey are glowing and calling my name! I would coveted every bloom, pressing and drying for endless projects!

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  877. Amanda Pick on

    So excited to grow these flowers!! I’ve been following your journey. Such a breath of fresh air. Good luck!!

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  878. Alex Jacobson on

    I’m so excited about Precious Metals and Victorian. wedding! And hope to try Cancan girls and Floret dahlia seeds.

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  879. Anastasia on

    Bee’s Choice, Precious Metals, and Rose Gold!

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  880. Suzanne C on

    Absolutely love Celosia, one of my favorite flowers! Very underrated.

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  881. Alicia J on

    Oh my gosh.. all of your varieties are absolutely gorgeous. I love following your story and how these varieties have come to life! I certainly cannot choose a favorite but I would love to grow petite florets in my dahlia garden, rose gold and summer sherbet celosia are such great colors and the zinnias.. oh the zinnias.. I can’t possibly choose a favorite, but, my goodness, alpenglow is a stunner. Congrats on your amazing achievements.. can’t wait to see these all over the world!

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  882. Deb Iverson on

    Most excited about yoir new zinnia varieties…especially unicorn and alpenglow as well as your dahlia seeds. So hard to chose….they are all beautiful.

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  883. Tawni Willis on

    I had never heard of the unicorn mix and I love all of the colors! I mean , you can’t go wrong with any of the beautiful varieties you have!

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  884. Colleen Deese on

    Well done. They are all so beautiful it is so hard to decide. I live in Alaska and not everything does as well here. I love all of them but if had to choose it would be Victorian Wedding when you use words like workhorse that is what I need. I also would love to get some little flower girl, petite florets and bee choice. I appreciate your drive and love for flowers. Thank you

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  885. Amanda Wiegand on

    I am very excited for your Zinnias! They’re my favorite to grow. I have the unicorn mix on my wish list. I also want to try dahlias this year. Bees choice is my favorite color combination. You make it difficult to choose. I want to try them all!

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  886. Denise B on

    All the flowers are gorgeous, but I especially Iike Autumn Blaze. That would be a nice addition to my garden.

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  887. Andrea K. on

    Hi! We are very excited for your Zinnias! They’re my daughter’s favorite thing to give & grow! We love your unicorn mix, and precious metals! We want to explore dahlias this year with your bee’s choice variety! We’re looking into bee cups this spring to add to our flower beds too. Thank you for all the education & encouragement your company does for new growers, it’s been life changing!

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  888. Marcia J on

    Wow, look at all that hard work paying off! Those colors are eye riveting! I’m not a big pastel flower fan, but Alpenglow and Precious Metals changed my plans. I’m excited to get those zinnias and the Can Can girls and Petite Floret dahlia seeds too, love the unusual shapes

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  889. Kay Lee Smith on

    I’m so excited for this release and most looking forward to the unique and vibrant colors of celosia. I discovered celosia through your flower farmer training and it’s become my favorite filler. I would love to grow every one of the original Floret varieties. That’s not in the budget for this season, so I would probably straight up ugly cry if I was fortunate enough to be one of the few winners. Thanks for all you do. Your story and efforts are such an inspiration.

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  890. Autumn Mulverhill on

    Holy cats! I just read through your new varieties and kept getting choked up as each new beauty emerged. ‘Spun Sugar’ Celosia gave my heart a thrill and then when I saw the ‘Little Flower Girl’ Zinnias it almost burst! And who could ever decide on a favorite dahlia?! Not this chick! I would absolutely love to grow each new variety and even share some with my favorite local gardening pals if that is allowed. Thanks for the opportunity and all of the beautiful work that Team Floret has done to make this possible. Cheers, guys!

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  891. Mary Gehling on

    We love Zinnias and Dahlias, but are really excited to grow Celosias this year! I’m really loving the crested forms – such a unique shape in bouquets! I’ve got my eye on ‘Dusty Pink’ but also Limonata and Vintage Rose for their color. We’re on the north Oregon Coast, so the early blooming, cool weather loving ‘Pink Chenille’ is coming home too.

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  892. Christine Duncan on

    I am so excited about the whole collection but I think the zinnias are my favourite.

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  893. Kelly Reinhardt on

    For Christmas my kids gave me Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden book, from there I found your Facebook page and I’m hooked! I’m so excited to get my hands on the Cancan Girls Dahlias, Vintage Rose Celosia and Precious Metals Zinnias. I love to have fresh flower arrangements in my home using flowers from my garden and wildflowers on my property. Occasionally I will do flower arrangements for friends for special events like weddings or birthday celebrations. I look forward to adding to my cut garden some beautiful varieties from Floret Farms.

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  894. Jill Gerlach on

    My home garden contains over 60 varieties of dahlias, but now my interest has switched to zinnias. They will make a very welcome addition. I have been following you for many years, even when I lived in Florida, now moved to Oregon and loving the opportunity to grow so much in this environment.
    Hoping to get a couple of my wishlist zinnias from your collection when the sale comes up. Just love all the hard work you and your staff put into bringing these beauties to us all.

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  895. Ali Pougiales on

    It is impossible to pick favorite varieties as I can imagine every single one of these babes growing tall in my garden! The Celosia varieties that tug at my hear the most are Celosia ‘Limonata’, Celosia ‘Rose Gold’ and Celosia ‘Spun Sugar’. They all have a welcoming, playful, Dr. Seuss quality about them that really make you stay and look closer. The Zinnias are such a dream! I am beyond excited to welcome ‘Golden Hour’ into my garden for her sneaky, indescribable warmth that instigated Erin to explore this whole breeding adventure (Thank you ‘Golden Hour’!). Zinnia ‘Precious Metals’, ‘Dawn Creek Blush’ and ‘Dawn Creek Peach’ will certainly get me out of bed in the morning. Every Dahlia shown above will have a home in my garden- I am just SO pumped!!

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  896. Beth Johnston on

    I’m so excited to try every single one of these varieties. I know how much hard work went into them and I love the variety that I will get from each seed packet! Blessings to you for creating more beauty in the world.

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  897. Jean Fedell on

    Looking forward to the coral reef supercrest mix!

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  898. Shaylan on

    Beyond excited for this! My 8-year-old daughter and I grew zinnias for her to take to our local fair last year and now we’re both hooked! We are most looking forward to trying to snag: Spun Sugar celosia, Unicorn Mix zinnias, Cancan Girls dahlias, and Floret dahlias.

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  899. Connie Miller on

    I am overwhelmed with the beautiful varieties to choose from! I’m a huge fan of celosia. I love the feathery blooms in an arrangement. Like spikes of feathery fire! I’m also enamored with the precious metals zinnias. So unique and delicate in color. Whenever you post pictures my head kind of spins with the limitless options. I love them all!

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  900. Carol Sostok on

    I am growing cut flowers for my daughter’s wedding in August. Her color is dusty rose so I am excited to grow these pastel shades of zinnias and celosia. Thanks for releasing the seeds for purchase at just the right time!!

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  901. Tomi Whitaker on

    I am so inspired by your work and farm. I love that you have cultivated pastels. They are very much needed (and much over due) in the flower world! Congratulations on the beautiful work. The time and all of the hard work you all have invested bringing these beauties into the world is very much appreciated!!🙏
    I WANT SOME!!!!!! 🌸

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  902. Mary Ann Charles on

    I absolutely love the diversity of shapes and amazing color tones in the Shooting Stars…perfect name for such a beautiful flower. I’m also drawn to the Dawn Creek Pastels for their stunning, yet subtle color palette. I’m excited to add more color, style and texture to my garden.

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  903. Alexandra on

    I am so excited for the release of all of these beautiful flowers. I’m a huge fan of the Little Flower Girl Zinnias–I’ve been waiting years to buy them! I’m also very excited for the Blush and Pastel zinnia mixes from Dawn Creek Farm. My search for similar flowers to the Little Flower Girl zinnias is actually what led me to them! The Shooting Stars and Bee’s Choice dahlias look so fun and lively, and I love how pretty and proliferous the Victorian Wedding Zinnias are.

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  904. Sancha Sherman on

    Four years ago, I planted my first dahlia bulbs with no prior knowledge. As I fell in love with these flowers, I began researching how to propagate them. Your book, “Discovering Dahlias,” was a birthday gift from my mom, and it played a pivotal role in guiding me. Our acreage gained farm status in 2022, and my flower garden has organically blossomed into something beyond my wildest imagination.

    Last night, as I scrolled through social media, your video release appeared in my Facebook feed. Intrigued, I clicked and started watching. My eyes lit up in the living room, and my heart opened up to numerous possibilities. The magic of your presentation led to the most enchanting sleep.

    Having recently taken a community class on seed saving, I’m excited to incorporate your insights. I am genuinely ready for this new chapter. The emotions overwhelmed me as I continued watching, appreciating how you share your passion. Your post has become the best dahlia gift ever, and I can’t wait to explore and implement what I’ve learned.

    I honestly cannot choose between any of them. I want them all! Every or any Floret Original could be added to my flower farm, it would be magical.

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  905. Renae Ahlberg on

    I would love to grow any of these beautiful flowers! They are all unique and so pretty!! Great work Floret!!

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  906. Barbara on

    What you and your team has done to generate excitement over flowers is incredible. I am a sales broker in this industry, and I always mention Floret when I want to get people excited about flowers and the power they have. How can you not get a smile on your face when you see them. They have such power in each and every face.
    Honestly every single flower family that you have bred are spectacular.

    Keep up the great work.
    How to pick my favorite, I would say all of them.

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  907. Kimberly on

    I love growing out zinnias each year to share with neighbors and teachers (later in the summer) as a way to bring some joy to others..and I have been waiting and waiting and waiting what feels like ages for Golden Hour to be available to us. Alpenglow has me all in my feelings, and Precious Metals are stunning.. but Golden Hour has been my “unicorn” for a while now. The name conjures the magical moment where the light gilds the whole world around you in a wash of warmth and time seems to stand still. The color range is soft and romantic and everything I ever hope to find in zinnia colors (don’t get me wrong, my son’s favorite bright explosion of colors isn’t BAD..it just isn’t ME) and I cannot WAIT to be able to grow these out, save these seeds, and share this magic with others. Erin started with Sweet Peas..but the smiles I share have always been with “just” a bunch of zinnias passed into waiting hands

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  908. Kathy McElroy on

    I can’t wait! Will there be buy button that includes all of them? One click shopping. I want them all!!!

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  909. Paige Patterson on

    Definitely the zinnias! I got one pack of the Unicorn six ages ago and have been saving and sharing the seeds every year since because turquoise!! In a zinnia?? Might have been the best thing I’d ever seen in flowers I’ve grown from seeds but now …. OMG … I want, no, I NEED them all. I’m speechless with what you’ve accomplished. Congratulations. Not only have you created true beauty to the world but you’ve done it in the way true gardeners work. With the hopes that people share and spread their fascination & joy of growing flowers from seeds with others. Well done. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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  910. Meghan Whitaker on

    I’m in love with Victorian wedding and Precious metals. I have looked at your website almost daily for weeks in anticipation of this release. We have had a tough season of sickness within our family and looking at all these new releases has really given me something to look forward to! They are all just beautiful ❤️

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  911. Dana on

    I’m most excited about Rose Gold celosia, though they are ALL so beautiful!

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  912. Lezlie Lawson on

    This is my second post. Not trying to cheat but as I was reading and drooling over the blog post again, I realized I hadn’t followed the instructions and I’m a rule follower so I got anxious! “What if they are trying to gauge the demand for each variety or will I be disqualified” thoughts began to run through my head – you get the picture. I had to post again! So hard to choose but here are my top picks in each category:
    Vintage Rose Celosia
    Little Flower Girl Zinnia
    Petite Floret Dahlia
    And while I’m writing, thank you for all the beauty, inspiration, and good work you are putting out into the world. I was especially moved by Alla’s story and have already learned so much more about growing Clematis from her book and can’t wait to grow some of her seeds. She is a marvel and your highlighting her struggle has made her life better I’m sure. Good work indeed.

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  913. Kelsie on

    If I could only choose one, I think I’d pick Alpenglow. They’re all so incredible!

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  914. Katie Hetrick on

    I am most excited to grow ‘Precious Metals’ and ‘Golden Hour’ Zinnias this year! The colors look beautiful and other worldly; it’s so fascinating and amazing seeing what nature provides us with. My son is finally old enough to enjoy the garden with me…and our favorite time to walk hand in hand is ironically, the golden hour. Being able to enjoy the full range color palettes these varieties offer while conveying my love for nature, beauty and sharing it with the world is what I can’t wait for. Thank you!

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  915. Ivy Zellmer on

    Wow, difficult to choose but at the TOP of the list would be from the zinnias collection… Victorian Wedding and Unicorn mix! Congrats on this seed breeding accomplishment!!!

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  916. Fiona Petermann on

    All of these new varieties are so beautiful! I look forward to trying Alpenglow and Precious Metals this summer. Perhaps Rose Gold or Vintage Rose Celosia as well. Thank you, to the team at Floret for your care and diligence breeding these flowers and making these available for people around the world.

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  917. Ann Rosica on

    I am a tremendous celosia fan. I went through the blog and your descriptions were so lovely that I wrote down 5 varieties that I would love! This is not to say that I haven’t already saved seeds from the varieties that I grew last year! But the pictures and descriptions quickly made me see that I won’t be happy without Autumn Blaze, Summer Sherbert, Spun Sugar, Limonata and the Sangria Mix!!! I love the colors!

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  918. Sheri Muciaccia on

    Love the unicorn mix zinnias! Thanks for all the work you’ve done to produce a beautiful zinnia! Worth every penny!!

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  919. Kristen McLane on

    Summer Sherbet celosia is beautiful. I’m smitten with the color and form. I’m also excited to try any and all zinnias. They are the flower that remind me the most of my grandfather’s garden.

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  920. Shannon on

    I Just watched your newest film about the Floret originals and freaked out! SO INSPIRING and the attentions to detail and care that was shown to us new breeders of these precious unique seeds. I am lucky to live close to Floret in Stanwood Washington and have been inspired since I was introduced to Floret seeds. One of my favorite Christain Bands For King & Country, one of their wives was posting about her unicorn mix Zinnia’s from Floret in Tennessee in 2019 and have been hooked to her special Zinnia’s like little flower girl’ ever since.! Looking forward to meeting the Dawn Creek varieties , what special gathering of delights. I have truly fell in love with the Skagit farm fields that I drive around with my 4 children in our van during naps in the spring to see the daffodils and tulips 🌷. My favorite is to drive by Floret and wonder what magic is happening out in those fields, it truly feels like I am driving by Willy Wonkas Chocolate factory everytime! You know that’s just it, Floret brings out the child in me, makes the bottom of my feet tingle with excitement to think about these sacred seeds. Thank you Floret team for cultivating a passion filled inspiring beauty to hold in each one of our gardens, it’s truly magical ✨️

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  921. Paige on

    How exciting! Congratulations y’all. What a journey. Can’t wait for the sale

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  922. Brandy on

    It’s so hard to choose only one but I keep going back to Little Flower Girl, even though I’m usually drawn to larger blooms. You’ve really knocked every single variety out of the park!

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  923. Stacie on

    Unicorn Mix and Bees’ Choice. Greenhouse is ready to go to start some seeds.

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  924. Jody Olympia on

    So exciting! Unicorn and Raspberry Lemonade will be on my list! I hope I get one!

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  925. Jillian Naro on

    I am beyond excited for all of these beautiful varieties, but mostly for the Unicorn Mix because it matches my best friends wedding color palette and I am really hoping to grow enough for a sweet little bouquet for her this year. ♥️

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  926. Genessa Claeys on

    I’m counting down the days until your beautiful seed babies are available. The Love of gardening and collecting seed has been such a passion/obsession of mine, and thank you for sharing bc your story is such an inspiration. Thank you for all you do!! Im so very excited, for all of the seed babies, but most thrilled to plant Victorian wedding mix. We live in historic Victorian home & love to plant the beautiful Victorian Wedding mix all along our front walk.
    Thank you!

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  927. Joy on

    Watching the new video filled my heart. Your passion, vision and hard, hard work is so inspiring – it feels almost spiritual in nature.
    Thank you for sharing all of this beauty and your experience with us. I am grateful.
    I hope to add some of your zinnias to my gardens this year – precious metals being a favorite – they are all beautiful and choosing is a challenge ;)

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  928. Debbie Nisson on

    Zinnias! Unicorn mix! Pick me🙋🏻‍♀️ Pick me🙋🏻‍♀️

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  929. Corinna Lau on

    I’m excited for any of your dawn creek varieties!!!

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  930. Ling on

    I’m soo excited to try the new zinnia varieties especially precious metals!

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  931. Allie Morgenstern on

    Wow! Love them all. Excited for the brain celosias, the Alpenglow zinnias & trying Dahlias from seed – but mostly just being a part of this flower community!

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  932. Meredith Bohn on

    The excitement is building and I don’t know if I can manage to wait til the snow is gone to plant!!! Looking forward to try the Little Flower Girl and Victorian wedding zinnias. I’m also going to be growing my first ever dahlias from the Bee’s Mix!!

    I know it’s going to be a huge success!! Congratulations

    Meredith Bohn

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  933. Haley on

    The Unicorn Mix looks stunning! I’m also excited about Vintage Wedding. So great to see Dahlia seeds, I will be anxious to try those over tubers this year!! 😍

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  934. Margaret Parsons on

    Absorbed by the beauty and gift of your work and love of what you all put into it: precious metals, exploring celosias I have not grown before, and excited to expand my dahlia experience beyond tubers and enchanted by the Petite Florets and Cancan girls seeds…..Thank you for your ongoing work and gifts to us all.

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  935. Lara Koscielny on

    Oh my goodness! What a generous giveaway! The unicorn blend is beyond pretty, and the alpenglow… so stunning 😍 congratulations on your release!

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  936. Kris Shields on

    I can’t wait to grow the new Floret zinnias!

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  937. Janet Lewinsohn on

    I’m excited to grow the smaller varieties of Dahlias from seed. Been in love with Dahlias for over 40 years and love trying new endeavors..
    Erin and team, thank you for your inspiration and sharing what goes into your amazing love of flowers. and putting them out into the world. !! .

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  938. Elsa on

    PS
    Floret and Shooting Star😍

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  939. Elsa on

    As my son was getting ready to leave home for college in 2012, I was desperately looking for a distraction to keep me sane after he left. I’ve worked as an er pediatrician for years and that always kept my mind busy, but even that, I knew, wouldn’t help when my youngest left home.
    I came across a post on Facebook w beautiful flowers and a funny name. Since that time, I’ve followed your journey, moves to bigger spaces, rough seasons, your love for dahlias (which for some reason I never liked- and now can’t get enough) and your quest to breed your own.
    In a very dystopian way, I feel that you’re a friend. On your recommendation and guide my husband and I went to Seattle last May and wondered the tulip fields in awe. I even made him drive down long roads in search of your farm. I swear I saw your hoops out yonder.
    I know it sounds silly in a way, but I’m so proud of you, your perseverance, passion, kindness and generosity.
    Thank you for making Alex’s departure from our home a time of discovery instead of sadness. Thank you for answering my endless fb questions and thank you for bringing into my life unparalleled beauty

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  940. Eddie on

    I love all the zinnias!!!

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  941. Lena on

    The Unicorn Mix makes my gear go pitter-patter!

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  942. Mindy W. on

    Thank you for making my garden so beautiful! I appreciate all of the hard work you and the Floret Team do.
    🌼🌸🏵

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  943. Stephanie Rivas on

    I am super excited about alpenglow and bees choice! Those are two I a hoping to definitely get my hands on but to be honest every single seed collection is absolutely beautiful I wouldn’t mind having them all if I could afford it. I look forward to seeing how much more beautiful flowers you bring to this world. Thank you very much! ❤️

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  944. Tanya on

    So many beautiful varieties to choose. Dawn Creek Pastel and Victorian Wedding.

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  945. Kayla on

    They’re all beautiful! I’m really excited for the Unicorn Mix Zinnias.

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  946. Helina Thomas on

    I love the tones and natural earthy colors in your collections. The Dawn Creek Honey is so rustic I love it. I also love the Coral Reef celosias, and the vintage rose plumes. I can just see them growing in my garden and coming inside to make me happy. I love looking forward to the blooming of the flowers! Excited for spring!

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  947. Carol Edelman on

    Oh those zinnias will do so well in our increasingly warm Berkshire county summers! I’d love to try celosias as well, have never grown them. And what a joy to share both seeds and flowers with my garden loving friends! Thank you for bringing them into the world. Would love to win some!

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  948. Sylvia Erickson on

    Oh my gosh, how to choose a favorite!! I wish I had a much larger plot to grow these babies. I guess I’d say Celosia Raspberry Lemonade.

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  949. Elena on

    Doters of floret, for sure!

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  950. Bree Keyes on

    So many wonderful ones! I’m definitely excited about Bee’s choice❤️

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  951. Maryellen on

    I’ve been so looking forward to seeing these beauties! As a newbie at growing flowers, I’m excited to try growing dahlias from seed, maybe Bee’s Choice, and celosia, vintage rose and, finally, the breathtaking zinnias – maybe Little Flower Girl, Alpenglow, and Precious Metals. My eyes may be bigger than my garden. I’m just hoping you’ll have enough seeds for all of us on Feb 6th! Thank you for all of your hard work and for offering these special treats!

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  952. Fidel Negrete on

    I have my eyes set on the classy Limonata celosia and the breathtaking Alpenglow zinnia, what a stunning combination! I am beyond excited to grow these in my small farm town of Arvin, located in the California Central Valley. The summers here are sweltering, which is why I greatly respect your focus on breeding heat-tolerant varieties!

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  953. Madeline Rivera on

    I definitely signed up for the Dahlia Petite Florets and Zinnia Dawn Creek Pastels but they were all so beautiful. Have been binge watching your YouTube channel, bought all three of your beautiful books. I’m obsessed but a healthy obsession. My hope is that I actually get the seeds I signed up for. I’m afraid with all the advertising, you just may run out. But it’s been fun watching you and your team and getting to know your process. I was on bedrest so the books were indeed helpful; posted your book on my fb page.

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  954. Kristin on

    I would love to grow Petite Floret and Little Flower Girl! Thanks for all your hard work on these!

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  955. Crystal Little on

    Oh my goodness! How in the world can you just pick a few favorites? They are all beautiful and I can’t wait to try and purchase some. I am excited about trying the dahlia seeds as I have only tried tubers in the past. The Floret variety is just beautiful. The petite ones are so intriguing. As for the zinnias, I am just crazy about the pastel colors. Just so unusual and unique. And your right Erin, this is something the world needs. I love the soft pink and honey colors. I am retiring from 30 years in education and going to watch my first grand baby! I can’t wait to take her out into the flower patch with me. I want her to learn how to respect nature and learn how good those flowers can make you feel!!

    Thank you for posting your video. It makes me even more excited for the sale!

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  956. Bobbi Knapp on

    Like the rest of the commenters, it is really hard to narrow down my absolute favorites. Precious metals, and the Dawn Creek pastels will be on my order. Bees choice will be my first attempt at Dahlia growing. I haven’t decided which celosia will be in my cart just yet, thank you for sharing all this beauty with us

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  957. Anthea on

    I’m most excited for the Apenglow and Precious Metals zinnias! I’m also excited to try the celosia, even though I haven’t had much experience in the past. All the colors are so breathtaking!

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  958. lexia koehn on

    oh i am so excited about these. they are all absolutely stunning. i want to add them all to my garden!!! it’s so hard to pick just a few. i can’t wait to grow the zinnias the dawn creek blush are just beautiful. and OH MY WORD THE DAHLIAS!!! i want to plant them all! the bright colors are just to pretty!!

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  959. Sarah Haman on

    Amazing and so very exciting! My heart starts racing just scrolling down the screen liking at all the prettys! Dawn Creek Honey, Cancan girls and the returning Unicorn mix are at the top of my list!!!!

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  960. Carin Utt on

    I’m in love with “Precious Metals” and “Alpenglow” zinnias and of course “Petite Floret” dahlia. I can’t wait!! Thank you for sharing them with the world!

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  961. Anne Cooper on

    So hard to pick just one. But if it has to be only one, I’m going to say Vintage Rose plumes. But oh the petit florets!!!!

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  962. Lori on

    Alpenglow is stunning!

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  963. Cheri on

    Hard to pick a favorite they are all gorgeous!!!

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  964. Mary Colleen Powers on

    I’ve not had success with storing Dhalia tubers, so am
    excited to give the seed route a try. Shooting stars and the petite mix would be my top 2. That being said. Zinnias have NEVER disappointed me. They are always my best performer.

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  965. Carissa Fleming on

    ALL. OF. THEM. Be still my heart!!! I think, “THIS one is my favorite.” Then I see the next one. And the next. How could you possibly choose a favorite?!? I think the front runners will be Golden Hour, Alpenglow and Precious Metals for zinnias, although the Dawn Creek cactus forms are intriguing. Victorian Wedding might be a sleeper hit! I can’t wait to see them all TOGETHER: dahlias, celosia and zinnias in a symphony of color. Pure magic. Go Team Floret!!

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  966. Yvonne Cox on

    I WANT them ALL! Seriously, having to choose two is just not possible! However, I have always been fond of Alpenglow and Golden hour! I also LOVE “petite florets” dahlia’s! I would love every single variety in my garden! Would be heaven on earth! 🌸
    Congratulations on such a wonderful achievement!

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  967. Stephanie Berlinski on

    I’m most excited for Alpenglow and Golden Hour zinnias and the Vintage Rose and Summer Sherbert Celosia. It’s so hard to pick, they’re all so beautiful!!!

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  968. Kelly Hill on

    So many good ones! Definitely Golden Hour, Precious Metals, Unicorn Mix and Coral Reef! These are all so beautiful!

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  969. Tami on

    They are all beautiful! I love the Victorian Wedding.

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  970. Brenda on

    I am most excited about Precious Metals Zinnias and Rose Gold and Vintage Rose Celosia! It is amazing all the beautiful flowers you have developed.

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  971. Kate Adams on

    I am excited to try dahlias from seed – floret would be my first choice! And zinnias of course Victorian Wedding quite something to behold.

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  972. Lynn Parker on

    They are all so beautiful! I like the petite Florets and Precious metal. Your dedication is so inspiring!

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  973. Jacky Dieleman on

    I have come to follow your work through my daughter, who shares my green thumb, but has stretched into varieties that I never tried. I never cared for the bright primary colours of many zinnias and so I avoided them altogether…and then I saw your Precious metals. Wowza—those speak to my soul! Congratulations on seeing fruit of many years of hard work!

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  974. Lisa on

    I cannot decide which ones are my absolute favorite. They are all beautiful. If I could plant flowers all over I would, they are so uplifting and often remind you of great memories. If I were to decide Celosia, Dawn Creek Honey, & Victorian Wedding would be my favorite.

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  975. Andrea on

    I am SO excited for precious metals!! What a beautiful accomplishment! Such beauty you and your team are adding to the world

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  976. Lisa Asbach on

    I cannot decide which ones are my absolute favorite. They are all beautiful. If I could plant flowers all over I would, they are so uplifting and often remind you of great memories. If I were to decide Celosia, Dawn Creek Honey, & Victorian Wedding would be my favorite.

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  977. Mary Zillmer on

    I really love the dahlia seed mix. Have a huge flower bed of them would look amazing in my yard. The photos of your fields are so stunning!

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  978. Julie Becker on

    I love them all! My 2 picks are precious metals and alpenglow. I see alpenglow on the Rockies from my front porch these mornings and you nailed the color. Soft and enchanting glowing palest pick
    Pink…

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  979. Rachel on

    I’m excited about all of them! Cannot wait!

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  980. Lindsey on

    I would be over the moon to have any of the floret zinnias in my garden. These zinnias bring me to a place that words can’t describe and I would be so grateful to have them in my garden to watch grow and be able to bask in their beauty.

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  981. Amy Wenthe on

    I am loving the dahlia. They are all beautiful

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  982. Charla Ford on

    What an exciting time to be a gardener! The array of colors offered in The Cancan Girls, Unicorn Mix, Golden Hour, Precious Metals are all so stunning. Thank you for your beautiful work and introductions.

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  983. Michelle Boatwright on

    I am so excited for the Zinnia Unicorn Mix, Dahlia Cancun Girls and Zinnia Golden Hour! I know you’re so excited and proud of this project coming to fruition!! What an amazing accomplishment for you and your team!

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  984. Pam J on

    I love all the colorful flowers but the zinnias are my favorite. The precious metals bring me joy!!! Cannot wait for spring!

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  985. Katrina Langenderfer on

    I am so excited to try Precious Metals and Petite Floret!!!! What a beautiful accomplishment for you and your team!!!

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  986. Mary Mapes on

    Gladiolus and pansys are my favorites!

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  987. Kelsey Guthmiller on

    The cancan girls anemones are GORGEOUS! I’m glad my friend Amy showed me this blog!

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  988. Cindy on

    Petite florets and precious metals . Honestly I love them all!!

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  989. Vanessa on

    I’m so excited for all of these beautiful flowers!! Thank you for all the work on this 🥰
    I love all these flowers and I’m most excited about Petite Florets, Little Flower Girl, unicorn Mix and Rose Gold 💗💗

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  990. Janine Alexander on

    It’s shooting stars for me! Absolutely beautiful. This one moves my spirit and everytime i go back to look at it i say wow. Thank you for blessing us and sharing this journey with us. This blog + the youbtube video is 110% inspiring to me and im sure others as well.

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  991. Marnie on

    I’d love to try every single seed showcased here but realistically I’ll try one or two of each. I love the feather look of celosia. My favorite colors are the deep rich purple & golden tones. The Zinnias have a lot of character & I’m in love with the pastel colors. For the Dahlias I hope to buy some Cancan Girls & Florets. I grew Bee’s Choice last year & I’m still in love with what I got! In fact I refer to my personal photos often as I can’t believe the vibrant colors & how they transformed the longer I left them to mature. Can’t wait for Spring to get here & plant these up for the surprises that year two will bring. Thank you for your dedication & willingness to share your dreams with us. I absolutely love getting emails from you!

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  992. Sherri on

    I love so many of them! Love, love, the Rose Gold and Vintage Rose Amaranth. Love, love Golden Hour, Alpenglow, and Dawn Creek Blush Zinnias! No, seriously, . . . . . . . . . . . . I love them all!

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  993. Melissa Coleman on

    It’s so hard to choose but Celosia ‘Rose Gold’ made my heart flutter and Zinnia ‘Alpenglow’ is flower perfection!

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  994. Angela Kennedy on

    I am counting down the days. I am so excited to try Precious Metals and Petite Floret. You and your entire team are such an inspiration! It is my first year growing flowers and what a year to start with these beauties. Thank you Erin for giving me permission to have more beauty in my life.

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  995. Amethyst Robinson on

    I’m super excited about the Unicorn Mix zinnias, Sugar Spun and Vintage rose celosia mixes! I’m on a mission to make my backyard so full of color, that unicorns and rainbows would gossip about it haha

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  996. jen on

    I would love to try them all, but golden hour and petit florets look breathtaking ….

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  997. Clarisa on

    Most excited for the Dusty Rose celosia, the return of the Unicorn Mix, and all of the Dawn Creek offerings! Cannot wait to share any and all of these beauties with our service members in our therapy garden!

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  998. Jean Marie on

    I am wanting Rose Gold and Precious Metals. I really would love any of them!

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  999. Michelle on

    I can’t wait for Victorian Wedding and Precious Metals! They are so beautiful to me!

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  1000. Heather on

    I am hoping to try Precious metals and Alpenglow! They are all beautiful and congrats on this achievement!

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  1001. Maria Ritchelle Baldivino on

    The year 2024 will be my first year to dive into the world of flower farming. I believe, I will make my mother’s dream come true. Her name is Dolly and her story was just an inspiration for me to pursue this journey. She is no longer with us but her love for flowers and kindness to people were instilled in me. Dolly used to pick and gather cut flowers (any type) from her garden. We never knew where she will bring them. All the while, we thought the flowers were displayed only on her work desk at school, as she was a teacher. But then, on the day of her funeral, a huge crowd of people attended the ceremony. Not knowing all of them, people came to us and verbalized how Mom would enlighten each and every person with flowers from her hands. Until this day, her gentleness was so memorable as her innate nature, that I would want to experience them by growing her garden. I hope to relive her dream again. With this community of givers, I believe I can.

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  1002. Jill on

    I fell in love with Zinnias through you a few years ago – I’ve been waiting for the Golden Hour seeds to be released into the world!

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  1003. Valerie Collins on

    As soon as these seeds launched I was most excited for Precious Metals zinnas and Dusty Rose celosia. However, they are all fabulous; so I hope I am selected for the giveaway! I already have a packet of Bees Choice dahlias to grow this year, but after reading though this post I’ve added another packet to my list! Super exciting that it contains a little of everything! I am in love with the color pallete the team has been able to breed. I’m interested in trying out the Limonata with some sunflowers and yarrow! Thank you for sharing the story of these flowers and your farm with the world, it is very inspiring!

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  1004. Liz G. on

    Amazing and so beautiful! Thank you for sharing these incredible beauties with us! I love everything but the celosia colors are fantastic and the zinnias (especially precious metals and golden hour) are stunning. To be honest I will just be happy if I can buy any of them before they sell out, fingers crossed.

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  1005. Sherry Z on

    Planning to get all dahlia varieties. Hopefully I can get one packet each.

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  1006. Kara on

    These are all so lovely, it’s hard to pick a favourite! I’d say I’m most excited for petite floret and dawn creek honey, but honestly I’d be happy to add any one of these new varieties to my garden. Thank you for all your hard work on these 🩷

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  1007. Jannie Larsen on

    I am on your page almost every day because I have such a hard time choosing 🤣. I love almost all the varietes, and will at leaset be ordering Alpenglow, Summer Sherbet and Petite Florets. Oh my gosh, if everything grows in reality like I’m imagining in my mind, I will have the garden of my dreams!! I am drawn to English country gardens, and the flowers from Floret will be so beautiful amongst my David Austin roses, lavender, Verbena, cosmos, snapdragons and so many more flowers 🥰. I am so grateful my cousin in Oklahoma will be able to receive the seeds and send them to me in Denmark. Can’t wait for the sale, crossing my fingers I get some seeds!!

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  1008. Marie-Christine Sullivan on

    I’m excited to grow several of these new varieties this year, especially the Alpenglow & Precious Metals zinnias, the Dawn Creek Pastels zinnias, Summer Sherbet & Spun Sugar celosia and the Petite Florets dahlias. I’ve been trying my hand at small scale (1/2 acre) flower farming since 2020 and the amount of labor and keeping up with a perishable product is too much for just me. I’ve been turning more to seed saving, dried florals, plant sales, garlic braids and other longer lasting crafts and products. I am so inspired by all these new varieties and breeding projects you’ve been working on. It’s inspired me to learn more about seed saving and trying my hand at breeding one day as well. Thank you for your hard work.

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  1009. Casey McCagh on

    I pray I get to buy any of the Dawn Creek Varieties at 9am! Amazing large flowers. Love them all! Erin, I love the story about your Grammy!
    Casey

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  1010. Sarah Mcmillan on

    Congratulations on a dream realized! I am planning to grow precious metals, alpenglow, dawn creek pastels and sugar spun celodia in honor of my daddy who passed away 2 weeks ago. He was a flower lover and gardener through and through. He loved watching your journey in breeding seeds and we talked about it often. We both couldn’t wait until we could get our hands on the seeds and grow them for ourselves. So it will be bittersweet for me to grow them this year without his help and wisdom but they will bring me closer to his memory I know when I walk through my garden. Thank you for what you do to bring beauty into this world!

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  1011. Christine Lebron on

    Hi Erin!!! I am soooo happy to see these beautiful flowers and all the hard work you and your team has accomplished!!! So many blessings to you all!!! I can’t really just think of 1 that i am excited to grow, they are alll sooo beautiful! My favs so far: Golden Hour / Dawns creek peach / Petite florets / Bee’s choice – and oh my those Celosia’s!!!! I have never grown any but am sooo excited to try!!! especially the Vintage Rose / Rose Gold urgggg and soooo many others!!! Thank you again sharing these Beauties with the Us!!!!

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  1012. Christine on

    I’ll be growing zinnias this summer for my daughter’s October 5 outdoor wedding. It would be extra special to include some of your beloved bred zinnias. I especially like the Precious Metals and the Unicorn Mix as well as Dawn Creek Blush. I’ve not been successful in growing dahlias from tubers, but would love to try your dalia seed, as my daughter would be happy to also have dahlias in her wedding bouquets. Congratulations on your breeding success!

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  1013. Christine Schumacher on

    I’ll be growing zinnias this summer for my daughter’s October 5 outdoor wedding. It would be extra special to include some of your beloved bred zinnias. I especially like the Precious Metals and the Unicorn Mix as well as Dawn Creek Blush. I’ve not been successful in growing dahlias from tubers, but would love to try your dalia seed, as my daughter would be happy to also have dahlias in her wedding bouquets. Congratulations on your breeding success!

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  1014. Angelica on

    I want to get all the flower seeds you’re offering and start my own flower farm, because your blog, show, and IG page have me so inspired. But, at the moment, I will only be able to get a few since I’m planting in my backyard garden! The ones I’m most drawn to for my little garden are the dahlia petite florets, the zinnia alpenglow, and the celosia summer sherbet! I’ll probably order a couple others, to plant in pots around my house. Just curious, if I don’t use all my seeds this year, how long will I be able to keep them to plant in the following years? Thank you so much for all the work you have put into these!

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  1015. Samantha on

    I came back here to comment this ^ 😆

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  1016. tari Donohue on

    Why, Floret of course! ;-) The CanCan variety is so spicy and varied!

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  1017. Laurie on

    I’m so excited. I’m building a house with the most exciting feature …. a Floret Flower Garden!! I cannot wait to fill my neighborhood in Atlanta with a garden that can be shared by all!!

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  1018. Lisa Edelhuber on

    I cannot contain my excitement for all of these new beauties you have worked so hard for!!! To even say THANK YOU will never truly convey my gratitude! I am looking forward to all these varieties, but most especially excited to see Alpen Glow, Victorian Wedding & Unicorn Mix zinnias highlighting our sunsets in the background!💖 Last year was my first big year to grow dahlias & I am looking forward to Can Can Girl as well as Petite Florets dahlias. Also on my list are these celosias… Rose Gold, Raspberry Lemonade, Spun Sugar & Summer Sherbet!!! Again I just can’t THANK YOU enough!🌸

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  1019. Brookeanne Walters on

    I think I’m most excited about Chris’s Rainbow 😉💕, but a strong follow up would be the Precious Metals! Thank you so much for having an opportunity to win some of these incredible seeds!

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  1020. Lydia Wright on

    Can’t wait for the Alpen glow zinnias and also try my hand at growing Dahlias from seed for the first time!

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  1021. N.B. on

    My wife and kids love all of the flowers. Their favorite would be whatever is blooming. The do like the name of Unicorn Mix zinnia the most.

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  1022. Sherri Reilly on

    I’ve made my list, can’t wait to order and plant some of these gorgeous new varieties. Thank you for continuously working so hard sharing your extensive knowledge and love of flowers and nature!

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  1023. Susan on

    They are all lovely! Simply, I’d love to be included in the chance to receive some seeds. Thank you for considering.

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  1024. Aubrey on

    I am most excited for the Cancan Girls dahlia seeds, as a huge Anemone form lover. That said, all of the varieties you’re releasing are super exciting for home gardeners, hobbyists, and, and commercial growers alike. The work you’ve done with celosia is nothing short of amazing and those blush double ranges of zinnia are so striking.

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  1025. Victoria on

    Ahhhh!!! I have been staring at images of Alpenglow for way too long. This collection is outstanding and I can only hope to snag a few packets. <3 Petitie Florets, Rose Gold Celosia, Precious Metals!

    Dreaming of July and the feelings that will surface seeing these beautiful, unique varieties blooming. Congratulations!!!!!

    Thank you for the inspiration to dive into seed saving and learn how to create my own mix.

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  1026. Deborah Clough on

    There are so many beautiful flowers, however, if I did only pick one this year. I would try, Precious Metals, . The description of this zinnias being giant as well as the colors that bloom is something I look forward to seeing.

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  1027. Vicki Lange on

    I am just starting my cutting garden. I would love to try to grow the following from your collection: Celosias-Spun Sugar for its texture and color range. I am a scuba diver. I love the look of the Coral Reef. Zinnias: Little Flower Girl for the “daisy-like” appearance if the blooms and Dawn Creek Pastels for the color variety. Dahlias: Shooting Stars because it reminds me of sitting out on the dive boar after a long day of diving and seeing all the stars. Bee’s Choice because I took out half my butterfly/pollinator plants to put in the cutting garden. I hope it works out.

    Thanks to all on Floret Farms for all you do!!

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  1028. Tiffani on

    This has been a rough month with our family of 5 having back to back Covid and the flu, our beloved petTurkey passed away, we were robbed when at a musical, and our pipes frozen in the deep freeze afterNew Year. I haven’t been online much but have said and reminded myself February will turn a new leaf! I about jumped out of bed coughing my head off when I saw you were offering select seeds in a short few days! Sooo excited! I am absolutely loving aplenglow and golden hour. I hope your site doesn’t crash when all of us lovers go flocking to it on the 6th.

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  1029. Barb otter on

    Where do I begin?! I am enamored with the floret Dahlia, Dawn Creek Peach Zinnia, as well as the Little Flower Girl. All of these flowers are just beautiful. We recently moved to 5 acres in Stanwood, and I imagine the borders of our property teeming with these spectacular flowers. Congratulations of your new release of these majestic beauties!

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  1030. Nicole on

    I grew Celosia for the first time last season and fell in love with it. I am definitely growing it again, so the Rose Gold variety is one I’m most excited about. I’m also excited for the Floret dahlia seeds.

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  1031. Denise Lakin on

    Oh I have been waiting so patiently for this release! I love this introduction. I am hoping to buy any of these dahlia seeds to get the party started in my gardens…. Probably most excited about the Petite Florets series. So beautiful! And thank you for the hard work it took to be able to share these. I will be waiting in line!

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  1032. Catherine on

    More dahlias, always! But Alpenglow is probably the flower that I’m most looking forward to meeting.

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  1033. Anne Mueller on

    I am excited to plant Zinnias this year. I just moved to the PNW from Southern California. I am looking forward to learn how to garden here.

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  1034. CeCe Dodd on

    I have many notes on seeds I want to add, but most excited for shooting stars and sangria mix! I’ve only ever grown dahlia from tubers. Excited to try from seed!

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  1035. Megan P on

    So many beautiful flowers to pick from, but a couple of my favorite are celosia and zinnias 😊

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  1036. Amaryah Daniels on

    All these pastels and peachy colors are making me swoon! Especially excited for Golden Hour. I can’t wait to get these in my garden and watch them multiply each year. Thank you for all you do! What a legacy you are leaving.

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  1037. Susan Orellana-Clark on

    It has been incredible to watch your journey and process of growing these! I can’t wait to grow them with my daughters!! My Mom still calls me her “flower girl,” that variety is a no brainer just for the name. Precious Metals are the colors that I have been waiting to grow in zinnias and the Petite Florets look so beautiful in photos that I can’t wait to view them growing as the sunrises. Thank you for your dedication to growing beauty.

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  1038. Paige Hohberg on

    I’m excited about unicorn mix and cacan girls. So pretty!

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  1039. marile Rodriguez on

    Dahlias, Zinnias, and Celosias, Oh My! One of a kind each one, making it difficult to pick. My list is ready – Coral Reef , Rose Gold, Summer Sherbert…
    Congratulations! Looking forward to February 6th.

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  1040. Chris on

    “Can’t wait to see the Unicorn Mix and Dawson’s creek Honey in the garden! My wife will be overjoyed!”

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  1041. Valerie Thrall on

    I just watched your Florets Originals video and it was really lovely to see all the passion and love that has gone into your new flower babies. I grew your Bee’s Choice Dahlia seeds about five years ago and have three big beautiful and unique dahlias from that planting. I maybe need to name them! Thank you, little flower girl.

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  1042. Pierre Lussier on

    Just watched the beautiful and inspiring video. In this dormant season is not usually inspiring and motivating , however this offering and the video make my hands itch to get back out into the soil and begin anew.

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  1043. Shelly Vandeligt on

    All your varieties are so beautiful! Hard to pick a favourite. Would love to win🥰

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  1044. Colleen on

    This is amazing!!! I love the colours and details! Thank you

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  1045. Amy on

    How could I choose? But the Dawn Creek Honey is simply stunning, so warm.
    I want to live in every photo on this post, your work is amazing. Congratulations!

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  1046. Kyrsten on

    How can I choose? They are all so pretty! I am excited about the Rose Gold celosia, the Petite Florets dahlias, Spun Sugar celosia and Alpenglow and Golden Hour zinnias
    Bee’s choice dahlia mix, Cancan Girls dahlia mix, Shooting stars dahlia mix, Dawn Creek Blush zinnias, Little Flower Girl mix is just stunning! And Summer Sherbet. You have done a wonderful job!

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  1047. Jessica Burda on

    The zinnias and celosia are gorgeous. They look like the best watercolors of sunrises and sunsets.

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  1048. Julie Lopez on

    Congratulations on this amazing achievement! I am excited to plant some of all in my backyard. Especially fond of the zinnias!

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  1049. Susan Piazza on

    Thank you very much !! so excited for Pink Chenille, Alpenglow and Unicorn ! Love watching all of your films and happy you are on YT !

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  1050. Helen on

    It is like choosing your favorite child – impossible! I love them all!
    Thank you for giving us a more beautiful world !

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  1051. Jordan Henderson on

    This Texas grower cannot wait to experiment with the noodley celosia! What an amazing accomplishment by the entire floret team here! Erin and Eric especially, you should be so proud of the beauty you are bringing to the world through these phenomenally original seeds.

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  1052. Ana on

    The new varieties are so gorgeous that it’s impossible to choose a favourite from each flower type. The heart and dedication that went into bringing these varieties to life is so evident. Congrats to the team! I can’t wait to see how these beauties brighten up people’s lives this growing season.

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  1053. Melanie Yoder on

    Ahh, my list has the Rose Gold and Vintage Gold plus the Alpenglow and Unicorn Mix. What will I actually grow this year in addition to the many seeds I’ve already put on our property? Maybe the zennias and the Rose Gold.

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  1054. Morgan on

    Erin they are all stunning! I’d love to try them all but wow aloe glow will be first in my cart!!! Congratulations on sending all of your hard work out into the world for all to enjoy!

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  1055. Pam Woods on

    Oh, the beauty! Adding Vintage Rose Celosia and the Precious Metals Zinnias to my garden would literally make my heart burst!! All the flowers are gorgeous and just seeing the photos make me giddy and excited.
    Flowers can really brighten the soul!

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  1056. Karen Riley on

    Your flowers are gorgeous! My favorites are the Summer Sherbet Celosia, the Victorian Wedding Zinnias and the Unicorn Mix Zinnias. Thanks for all of the information that you publish. It is really helpful.

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  1057. Shauna W. on

    I am so excited for all of them, especially Precious Metals and Shooting Stars. These are all incredibly gorgeous, you should all be proud!

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  1058. Megan on

    How to choose?! They are all so beautiful. I can’t wait to see everyone’s photos of these growing in their gardens later this year, it will be so magical! I’m most excited for the Alpenglow zinnias and the Cancan Girls dahlias.

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  1059. Terri laduke on

    I’ve been following you for years and I think this new mix is truly your best, I’ve always been an english garden type, last year I gave away many of my perrenials to make room for more of a cutting garden or cottage garden, your additions will go a long way towards making my dream garden come true! Keep doing what you’re doing Erin I’m living my dream thru you. As a former florist I wanted to turn my yard into a huge cutting garden but was never able to accomplish it! You did! Thank you so much!

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  1060. Ruby Blanchard on

    Congratulations on your success! I cannot wait to grow “Glowing Embers” Celosia!

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  1061. Mary D on

    Can’t wait for the release of these. I have been holding my breath waiting for you to announce the release for three years!! I love them all!!

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  1062. Ennie on

    Oh my goodness! These are all so gorgeous! Truly inspiring, Erin. Thanks for all you do to literally make the world more beautiful, one bloom at a time.
    My favorites must be the RoseGold & VintageRose Celosias! Wow, absolutely stunnng.
    The AlpineGlow Zinnias are also breathtakingly beautiful.
    Sincerely grateful for all your hard work creating these.
    Thank you!!

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  1063. Audrey on

    It feels like a feat to try to choose ONE that I’m most excited about growing, so I won’t!
    I am excited to try my hand at the petite floret dahlia, unicorn zinnia and spun sugar celosia!

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  1064. Dawn on

    CANCAN GIRLS because this is my last chance before they are retired lol and PETITE FLORETS, I love anemones! This is my second year growing and I am learning so much from you and love your book!

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  1065. Dawn on

    CANCAN GIRLS because this is my last chance before they are gone and PETITE FLORETS, I love anemones! This is my second year growing and I am learning so much from you and love your book!

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  1066. Sunny Tyndall on

    I’m so excited to get started on our pollinator garden this Spring, and with your new seeds it will be as beautiful as it is delicious for our little pollinator friends! Most excited about trying something new- Celosia. “Spun Sugar” is stunning!! Also on my must have list is “Petite Florets”, “Dawn Creek Blush” and “Shooting Stars”!!! Xoxo

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  1067. Edith O’Neill on

    Erin, first thank you for opening the door to a new world of flowers and expressing so much joy to all of us about these hard earned developments. Your dedication to all flower lovers and gardeners is inspiring! You are the best!

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  1068. Daisy Mena on

    I’ve been following you for a long time and I always miss the seed sale. Mainly because I’m not on instagram much. So I’m super excited that I will get to buy this time. Got my alarm set for that day! Oddly enough reading the blog made me excited for celosia. Reading your descriptions made me want all of them. I say oddly because I’ve always been attracted to Dahlias. (My fav flower) but you’ve got me excited for celosia.

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  1069. Eppie Carbon on

    I am new to flower farming. I am super excited to get any of Florets new seed varieties. Been already dreaming about them every night and imagining all day. I hope I can buy them all but since I cannot afford them , I would be overly super happy to get as many as I can.
    I would love at least to have the dahlia and Zinnia new varieties.
    Thank you Floret for being so nice to share always your blessings.

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  1070. Eppie Carbon on

    I am new to flower farming. I am super excited to get any of Florets new seed varieties. Been already dreaming about them every night and imagining all day. I hope I can buy them all but since I cannot afford them , I would be overly super happy to get as many as I can.

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  1071. Heather Raposo on

    I have been trying to narrow down my top list. Wow! It’s been a real challenge, I have read, reread and watched all the details on each variety. As a home (and sharing) gardener/floral designer, I don’t need a massive stock pile but I mean I want Every. Single. One! I have 11 now marked as must haves and the rest are “get them if you can”! I’m not doing a good job of whittling it down & may just have to try for one of each! Ha!

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  1072. Sharon on

    They’re all so beautiful! I’m excited for many of the zinnias, especially the unicorn mix!

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  1073. Sarah on

    They are all gorgeous but I’m so excited for the new dahlias!

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  1074. Melanie Niland on

    I am most excited to add the Dawn Creek zinnias to my garden this year!

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  1075. Carrie Van Slyke on

    Wow! They are all so beautiful! I love that you share each breed’s story as it adds greater appreciation of its uniqueness. If I had to pick just one from each group, I think they would be Sangria Mix, Dawn Creek Blush and Floret.

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  1076. Margaret Nunne on

    Alpenglow is on my list this year. I’ve fallen for how happy Zinnias are and how resilient they can be in the garden, as they just keep blooming!

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  1077. Jessica Fonseca on

    Congratulations on the new flowers! I’m excited to grow Alpenglow, celosia sherbert mix and cancan girls.

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  1078. Carmel Welch on

    I’m so excited for this!! I’m making a list and my top three are Glowing Embers Celosia, Unicorn Zinnias and Golden Hour Zinnias.

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  1079. Tiffany on

    We’ve had photos of these up on a board anticipating your release. So inspiring! Hoping to get to try out Petite Florets, Cancan Girls, Shooting Stars and Spun Sugar. Although they are all amazing! Congrats!!

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  1080. Hannah on

    My mom and I are starting our first flower garden together this year, ‘Cafe Au Lait’ is the first flower that sparked my interest in growing a cut flower garden!

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  1081. Resa Yamamoto on

    I can’t wait to plant a variety of the new dahlia seeds. I don’t know which pack to try growing first.

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  1082. M. Johnson on

    My 8-year-old daughter and I are very excited about the Dahlia Petite Florets and the Celosia in Spun Sugar and Raspberry Lemonade. We are so excited to add these to our growing urban flower garden here in Edmonds, WA.

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  1083. Rachel Pastor on

    I’m so excited for the Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Blush! This is my first time planting flowers and I have been doing to much research and preparation. I made sure to find a way I can see them out my window as they grow. Can’t wait to get your beautiful flowers into my garden and my community!

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  1084. Dana on

    Zinnias are a favorite! I’ve never grown Dahlias, but these are gorgeous and I’m going to try them.

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  1085. Amy on

    Lovely, subtle colors; I especially like the apricot-peach-russet end of your spectrum. They are all well worthy of garden space.

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  1086. Donita Nelson on

    I’m so excited to find your site and am hoping to get zinnia seeds! I’m specifically interested in Alpenglow, Unicorn and Golden Hour. I’ve never grown celosia, so I would like to try them this year also!

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  1087. Sarah on

    I’m most excited for Rose Gold Celosia and Precious Metals Zinnia <3

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  1088. Nan on

    I was drawn to the Spun Sugar Celosia, the Unicorn Mix Zinnias and the Cancan Girls Dahlias. I am looking forward to seeing the sunlight’s effect on their beautiful colors throughout the summer and fall.

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  1089. Allison Lamb on

    I have a hot eye for the vintage & rose gold celosia. I’m so excited for all of them really!I mean look ant coral reef variety!! Ahhh! also hope to get a chance to order little flower girl and golden hour zinnias.

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  1090. Katie Baker on

    I love all the Zinnias but I’m especially excited for the Alpenglow variety ✨ I’m working towards having 2 large community plots full of cutting flowers this year, so anyone can come and take some to brighten up their day ❤️

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  1091. Bobby Bowen on

    I’ve always been most drawn to the odd and unusual flowers. The colours that make people scratch their heads or do a double take. I am beyond excited to grow precious metals for the greeny turquoise hue the petals take on as they age. Flowers with natural turquoise (even just a hint of it) are so otherworldly! I am also very excited to see the Alpenglow’s iridescent lavender eye-liner and the dazzling, sparkling, glittery rose gold celosia in real life.

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  1092. Yvonne Brunot on

    Dahlia Floret is a candy-colored treat with a standout halo of bold petals. What a perfect statement for a summer garden or a special bouquet for a good friend.

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  1093. Fallon on

    For me, it was love at first sight when I saw Precious Metals. My first flower I grew as a kiddo were zinnias, and while I had a few other favorites over the years, I always came back to zinnias.

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  1094. Madeline Koenig on

    All the celosia colors are amazing! I adore the Bee’s Choice mix. I can’t wait to add your beautiful creations to our cut garden this year!

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  1095. Kimberly Cadorette on

    I’m most excited about the zinnias!! In Wisconsin there are usually very few zinnias at the garden centers and they’re usually very basic. I had no idea how beautiful they could be and all the beautiful colors!! I’m also excited about the dahlias. I’ve been trying to plant lots of flowers for the bees and monarchs so I will definitely be getting some of those as well. Thank you so much for Growing Floret!! I’ve learned so much:)

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  1096. Marylee George on

    Creativity overload! Beautiful overview on what’s to come!! Very excited for all of them! Most excited about spun sugar and precious metals!

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  1097. Steffanie Meadows on

    I have only grown a variety of Zinnias from the garden shop. And then reseeded last year as a first try for me. I would love to have rows and rows to grow- I love all of these! And I’m gonna try Celosia. Thank you for a bit of beauty to remind me to keep hoping for spring and keep growing such beauty! Glorious.

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  1098. Carolyn Dollens on

    I love zinnias & want to see the Dawn Creek Blush in my garden.

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  1099. Tracie Nath on

    I’m just starting my flower growing journey and I am so excited about dahlias. I love how growing them from seed brings such a beautiful mystery! I am definitely going to be trying the Bee’s Choice and the Cancan Girls!

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  1100. Katy Willis on

    I’m so excited about all of them but I’ll definitely be looking for the Coral Reef, The Victorian Wedding and the Shooting Stars. What a beautiful collection all around!

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  1101. Angelica on

    I’m excited for alpenglow!

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  1102. Vaofua Mauigoa on

    I’m excited for alpenglow, dawn creek peach and petite florets! All of them are beautiful!

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  1103. Marie Lee on

    Your Dahlia seeds! I love that each one of them are unique in their own and there’s always a sweet surprise waiting! Of course, the Celosia and Zinnias are special and stunning too!

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  1104. Dorene on

    I’m most excited about the zinnia collection! Especially Little flower girl, Dawn creek peach, Alpenglow, and Unicorn mix.

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  1105. Sara on

    I love the zinnias! My 4 year old wants the petite dahlias (she knew they were dahlias in the video!)

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  1106. Ashley on

    Impossible to choose one! Floret of course and there’s just something about Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Homey. Can’t wait to experience them all!

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  1107. D Smith on

    Have been looking forward to getting alpenglow and precious metals for a long time!

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  1108. Anna Lydia on

    I am most excited about the Zinnias Precious Metals collection as well as ALL of the Dahlia varieties. I can’t wait to grow these beautiful varieties in my flower garden. They are absolutely gorgeous.

    Also, thank Team Floret for spending countless hours working so hard to bring such beautiful, God glorifying flowers to all of us, and thank you for all of the amazing information you are willing to share with all of us.

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  1109. Jen Koym on

    Oh goodness! It’s so hard to choose. Can I say I’d like to grow each and every one? They are all stunning. Amazing work, Team Floret!

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  1110. Jessica on

    I’m most attracted to the zinnias. Little Flower Girl and Alpenglow are my first choices. So exciting that they’re finally getting released!!!

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  1111. Veronica on

    In love with all the celosia and the colors of vintage rose with the precious metals zinnias

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  1112. Inas Jones on

    Unicorn Mix, sangria mix, and precious metals! And can can girls!! So exciting!!

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  1113. Deb giese on

    What you have here is like a dream come true.im not a real red lover .I love you have zinnias and dahlias with the most beautiful pastel blends.im so looking forward to petite florets mix and floret dahlias.for zinnias the unicorn mix and victorian wedding mix and of course golden hour.

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  1114. Vera on

    I am super excited for all of your new seeds but espessially the Rose Gold, Glowing Embers and the Spuns Sugar Celsosia, Bee’s Choise and Petite Florets dahlias as well as the Alpenglow, Precious Metals, and Victorian Wedding Zinnias. Thank you so much for all the hard work you put into making these seeds available to us, I cannot wait to grow them in my garden!

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  1115. Rachel on

    Beautiful – I’ve got my eye on Pink Chenille celosia & Little Flower Girl & Dawn Creek Honey!

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  1116. Lauren Gore on

    I have loved and bought the bees mix twice. Their so fun to see what they turn out like a mix of suprises. I would love to get my hands on the petite floret dahlia seed and maybe some zinnias too! So it would be amazing to win a collection!

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  1117. Dianne Baldwin on

    All the new varieties sound beautiful! What I would most like to grow are the Coral Reef celosias. Celosia was the first flower I ever grew from seed—my grandmother gave me the seed when I was a preteen because I so loved the ones she grew. I love growing Celosia these fifty plus years later because it reminds me of my farmer grandparents!

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  1118. Barbara Niemcewicz on

    Dahlias of course! In my area of Indiana very few opportunities to purchase and few growers. Would love to experience their beauty in my garden!

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  1119. Cynthia on

    I am stunned at the amount of work and dedication you (& your team) placed into all of these new varieties. I am so excited for all the new zinnea lines. A true dedication to preserving and creating beauty. THANK you, THANK you, Thank you!

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  1120. Amy on

    Oh wow – these all look so stunning! I’ve grown your Bee’s Choice Dahlia mix before and absolutely loved those so most excited for the dahlias!! Congratulations and can’t wait to see the beautiful blooms in my yard. :)

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  1121. Jess on

    Oh happy day! So excited to see these in the world! Thank you Erin and all the others for bringing real magic to the world. We are are so unbelievably grateful for the treasures you have bred. I am so looking forward to growing Alpine Glow, Victorian wedding, Little Flower Girl, Amber Blaze and Rose Gold.

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  1122. Elizabeth on

    All the Zinnias are gorgeous! The Alpenglow and Dawn Creek Pastels are what I’m looking forward to seeing in my garden the most.

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  1123. Jill Hayward on

    I feel like I’m 6 years old and walking through a candy store…the joy you must feel walking through those fields is out of my dreams! I’m excited about all the celosia’s, Spun Sugar, Cancan Girls…well, actually ALL of them! Can’t wait!

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  1124. Stephanie on

    I can’t wait to get my hands on limonata! It’s so beautiful. Actually, I want all the feathery celosias!

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  1125. Debbie Lowe on

    I’m excited for more dalhias and zinnias. I already have a packet of Bees choice and am really hoping to get my hands on Vintage wedding (and many others)!

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  1126. Nancy B on

    Love all the zinnias! Hard to pick a favorite but probably Little Flower Girl.

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  1127. Karen Sweaney on

    Petits Florets look lovely. My mother and her grandmother loved Dalias and I would like to try to grow some this year; it will be a beautiful surprise for my mother. Erin, than you for all you do. You are the flower whisperer!!!

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  1128. Betsy on

    I am excited to plant my first cutting garden this year! Your flowers are unique and beautiful, and I am planning to incorporate some of each of your original varieties. I love Bee’s Choice, Precious Metals, and Raspberry Lemonade!

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  1129. Erin on

    So looking forward to Little Flower Girl Zinnias ❤️❤️

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  1130. Kathy on

    Alpenglow looks beautiful!! And I do love Unicorn Mix—I have grown them and they are lovely!

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  1131. toni on

    Oh my!
    All so very beautiful. I’m partial to Celosia as they’re so versatile and offer so much even late in season.
    Adding Limonata to the bouquet, well, I can’t wait!
    As a beekeeper, also on my list, Bee’s Choice.
    As amazing as the flowers and their descriptions are, what’s really breathtaking is the passion Erin, family, & all their colleagues bring to their work.

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  1132. Sandra Gregory on

    What a beautiful collection of flowers! I love Spun Sugar, Unicorn, and Bee’s choice.. they are so happy and bright!

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  1133. Julie-Anne on

    Can’t wait for the Dalia’s bees choice !! 🐝

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  1134. Melissa L on

    Well done! I’m hoping to get to grow all your zinnia creations. Precious Metals looks especially nice 🩷

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  1135. Pam Snyder on

    I am choosing Cancan girls to cheer a new 80 foot fence along a driveway! It would be beautiful!

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  1136. Bloomer2 on

    Limonata & Spun Sugar celosias are my current personal favorites. I would like to share the dahlia seeds with my local dahlia society’s spring event participants. Unrelated, it looks the special ‘flies’ worked at pollenating. yay

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  1137. Saydie Wong on

    My faves are Precious Metals and Petite Florets, but they are all very unique and beautiful!

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  1138. Diana Yoder on

    I love the “Floret” dahlia, and also the “Petite Florets”. Some of my favorites from your vast collection :)

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  1139. Andrea Radcliff on

    Can’t wait for the release, looking forward to planting these seeds! For Celosia I’m most excited about Vintage Rose, Spun Sugar, and Limonata. In the Zinnia category Alpenglow, Precious Metals, Victorian Wedding and Dawn Creek Peach and the Honey collab.

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  1140. Debbie J on

    The Alpenglow are stunning! That color palette calls my name. Thank you for continuing to fill the world with beauty!

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  1141. Candice on

    They’re all so stunning, but I’m most excited for Victorian Wedding Mix. I’ll have to make sure my customers don’t mistake them macarons though!

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  1142. Marsha Nitchman on

    You have the most beautiful flowers! I would love to grow the unicorn mix and precious metals zinnias.

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  1143. Bloomer on

    Good job! I am loving the Limonata and Spun Sugar celosias. They would be perfect in the center’s garden where I volunteer. Ooo, I could share the dahlia seeds with the local Dahlia Society’s plant sale participants.

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  1144. Jessicca on

    I am so excited for all of these, but mostly “Floret”. I just love them and hope I get the chance to grow them. 💕

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  1145. Michelle on

    Loving the bright colors of the Cancan girls and the Unicorn mix! They are all so gorgeous!

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  1146. Erin Beraskin on

    I would love to try the Cancan girls and Golden Hour!!

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  1147. Michelle on

    Vintage gold celosia & Victorian wedding zinnias! Thank you for sharing these with the world!

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  1148. Lisa M. on

    I love almost all of the varieties, but I am most excited about the Alpenglow, Precious Metals, and Golden Hour Zinnias. I am hoping to grow some at home and some in our school garden. I also want to try the Limonata and Spun Sugar celosia and petite floret dahlias.

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  1149. Michelle moode on

    Vintage rose celosia and Victorian wedding zinnias! So many stunning zinnias! Hope I can get a good garden in this year with a new little baby to “help!” Thank you for sharing these with the world!

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  1150. Matt Cardenas on

    Little flower girl, petite florets, summer sherbet. Top 3

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  1151. Julia on

    They are all to die for, but I really have my eye on those Precious Metals and Dawn Creek Honey zinnias! And Glowing Embers celosia. So pretty for flower arrangements!

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  1152. Debbie Garrett on

    So excited to try alpenglow, precious metals, and golden hour. And also the floret dahlia. And also… all the others.
    Congratulations on your success. 🥳

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  1153. Patty Luke on

    I can’t wait to try the new zinnia varieties and I love that there are dahlia seeds as I don’t have a way to store tubers.

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  1154. Victoria on

    ‘Shooting Stars’ and ‘Precious Metals’ for the sheer effect and variety. I would plant them in front of the restored pioneer houses where I volunteer to give them more of an old timey look.

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  1155. Lauren on

    Oh Erin! Between the zinnias and celosia I just can’t tell you what I’m more excited for. Or the DAHLIAS… oh my word the dahlias. Growing dahlias from seed last year was one of my most favorite crops as – everything else was expected – the dahlias were a complete surprise. I am so excited for you! I was just telling a girlfriend at work all about your flies :)
    I can’t tell you how thrilled I am for these collections. <3 All my love

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  1156. Valerie Gibson on

    I think I’m most excited about Precious Metals and Golden Hour. Last year, I decided to garden for the shear joy of it and converted by vegetable garden to dahlias. I can’t wait to add more varieties to it.

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  1157. Jill on

    I am so excited about the zinnia seeds that you are offering, especially the precious metals mix. I didn’t know that I was considered one of the lucky ones, having purchased the unicorn mix years back. Those zinnias make me so happy, and the seeds even germinated when I planted them last year. I can’t wait to watch them grow in my yard this year!

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  1158. Gabrielle Baker on

    All of the Zinnias but if I had to pick one, it’d be Golden Hour. It is my favorite time of the day and showcases the beauty of that moment perfectly.

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  1159. Ellen on

    Just one?! I love them all! Excited to try dahlia from seed! I’ve only tried tubers. Thanks for all your devotion to this project!

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  1160. Lisa Lawrence on

    I’m looking forward to ordering Little Flower Girl!! I bought this about 4 years ago… it was my first Zinnia and I loved it soo much!! So happy to try it again!! Also, AlpenGlow looks so pretty!!🌸

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  1161. Lynda Schrumpf on

    I love the feathery celosia, hopefully if I’m lucky enough to be able to buy some seed, I want to grow an entire 100 ft bed.

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  1162. Lynda Schrumpf, Golden Season Flower Co on

    My favorite would be Golden Hour Zinnia’s, I just love the peachy glow. I have been lucky enough to have grown Dawn Creek Blush, wow what a vibrant amazing producer.

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  1163. Melina Chaouch on

    So very excited to hopefully get to try out Cancan girls. The gorgeous colors and interesting shapes are everything my wedding florals heart dreams of!!

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  1164. Ivana on

    All the zinnias are absolutely stunning! The variety I’m most excited about is Golden Hour because it’s so hard to find such colors in flowers! Oh and the Unicorn Mix? Extraordinary! I would love to use them for this year’s weddings. I am always trying to add something extra to the bouquets as a little easter egg and all of your varieties would simply be a dream come true!

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  1165. Michelle Gayne on

    I was going to say Vintage Rose Celosia and then I saw the Sangria Celosia. Just wow!

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  1166. Jennifer Milholland on

    I’ve grown—and loved—several of your celosia varieties, but it’s the zinnias that I’m especially excited about this time—Alpenglow in particular!! 💕

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  1167. Molly Lindenfelser on

    What a beautiful collection of seeds. I love all of them, but some of my favorites are the Alpenglow, Unicorn Mix, and Victorian Wedding zinnias! Next, I’d love the Little Floret Mix of dahlia seeds, and the Sangria Mix or Rose Gold Celosia. Thank you Floret!

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  1168. Mindy Meyer on

    I am most excited about the dahlia and zinnia options – I’m hoping to get one of each variety. Dahlias and zinnias are always my go to flowers when I am arranging and usually do fillers around them. Having new varieties to share with co-workers and gardener friends is one of my favorite things to do in the summer. Thank you for all of your work to provide additional options for gardeners!

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  1169. Jeana Sonnier on

    I love them all- forgot to put name in previous post!

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  1170. Jane Cherney on

    Just built a carriage house in Philly with a postage stamp size garden that can use your glorious flowers!

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  1171. Amanda on

    I think the Bee Choice is my favorite. I am just beginning my flower gardening venture and after drooling over everything pretty equally when I saw the Bees Choice I thought “that’s what I want to start with!” Something with a lot of variety and new flowers to explore.

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  1172. Grace on

    It’s so hard to pick a favorite! Y’all do such great work. I think I’d have to pick Alpenglow, though! As a wedding florist, that would certainly be a heavily used variety for the ever-popular blush and peach color palette this year!

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  1173. Susan Lavigne on

    Rose Gold !!!Beautiful!!!$Would look beautiful in my garden next to the Dahlias that I already purchased Gardens are so peaceful to be sitting in reading my book

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  1174. Linda Hasley on

    Hello. This post has been a lifesaver for me. We have had 3 months of gray skies in Michigan and viewing your beautiful stems has lifted my spirits. :) They are all so stunning, very hard to choose…I really love the “precious metals” and “little flower girl” varieties. As an empty nester turned novice backyard flower grower, thank you for all you do!

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  1175. Nanci Samek on

    WOW! All your flowers are so beautiful! It’s so fun to see all your years of hard work paying off in your new collection! I’m excited about all of your flower varieties and look forward to adding one from each collection to my garden. They are all so beautiful…I can’t decide which one…but I will… thank you for all this beauty!!

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  1176. Kristina on

    Most excited about the petite florets dahlia mix. They all look stunning, but something about dahlias that command the most garden space…

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  1177. Diane on

    Well I’m sure a lot of these ladies can pick favorites but I cant!!! lol They are all so unique and wonderful I would love to grow them all! But if you must know I’m most excited about Alpine glow and dawn creek blush and little flower girl!! Also the dahlia seeds that make floret! I was dying for you to sell her tubers! Maybe one day? Anyway I love the magic you’re creating for us all!!! 🌸

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  1178. Melissa. Kay on

    I’m beyond excited for Precious Metals and Alpenglow! They look absolutely beautiful, so full and big! All the varieties are gorgeous and have obviously been selected with great care.

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  1179. Jackie Otts on

    Oh my they are all so beautiful, it would be so hard to choose just one. The spun sugar celosia makes me stop and look every time I scroll through your pictures.
    I have been experimenting with some zinnia breeding my self and would love to add the golden hour to my mix. The colors are so fitting to that time of day.
    I have been in love with your Dahlias every since I got your book several years ago. The bees choice would be so fun to add to my collection. I couldn’t choose just one.

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  1180. Stephanie on

    I am excited for a few varieties but the Raspberry Lemonade Celosia is such a beautiful color! I can’t wait to grow some of that this year :)

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  1181. Julie on

    All of them really- I would love to plant and see all of them in real life! Such an inspiring story –

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  1182. Cynthia Ramsey on

    Oh my, it’s difficult to choose but possibly precious metals. Those colors are swoon worthy!

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  1183. Shanna on

    Thank you for your latest post explaining the Floret Originals, as always, never disappoints, just adds to my anticipation of spring and getting started! I haven’t grown Zinnia’s from seed before, but have seeds in hand, and looking forward to following your explicit instructions, in hopes to receive such beauty as you have shown with all your wonderful photos. I would also like to give Celosia a try, the textures and colors and just exquisite! On a personal note, I would like to opine on one of the latest comments listed, as I wrote this. A women (Martha) shared a very sad and tragic memory in her life of what reminds her to continue a tradition of planting Zinnias. I just wanted to thank her for sharing her very emotional and touching experience, and I’m glad I had the opportunity to read it. I, too, have tragically lost someone close to me many years ago, but every time I see a purple Canterbury Bell flower, it reminds me of her, as she had them growing in her flower beds around her house when I last saw her. Just shows us all, the enjoyment and symbolism we can get out of something as simple as growing flowers. As stated in the famous quote from Alfred Tennyson, “If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk through my garden forever.”

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  1184. Pat on

    Ohmigosh! They are all so beautiful and of course I want one of each but realistically I know I don’t have tht much room. I can’t believe how much Zinnias have changed from when my mom planted them! If I am fortunate enough to get the seeds, I will be planting Golden Hour, Little Flower Girl and Dawn Creek Pastels. In addition I will be planting Dahlias for the first time and I am hoping for Cancan Girls, Floret and Petite Florets.

    Thank you, Erin, for all your hard work and for sharing all your knowledge. You are a blessing to flower farmers everywhere, no matter how big or how small the farm!

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  1185. Sally Dickson on

    At last! I’ve been waiting soooo long for Precious Metals to be available!

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  1186. Angie Everill on

    I am most excited about the dahlia seeds. I’ve only grown them once from plants purchased at the store and at the time I didn’t know about the tubulars and that whole process of digging them up in winter etc. Seeds are more my jam! I recently moved to a property of 40 acres and we’re just starting our farm (cows) and I have big plans to have a huge flower garden eventually now that I have the space and any of these seeds will be a wonderful start!

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  1187. Ann Wolfe on

    All of your original varieties are beautiful! If I were to pick a few favourites I’d say coral reef, flower girl and unicorn mix.
    Thanks for the opportunity to try to win some of your seeds!

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  1188. Maureen Strong on

    Naturally I want to grow every single one of them !
    But I think I absolutely must have Zinnia Unicorn Mix this year.

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  1189. Sophie on

    Every year I’ve been more and more into growing flowers and this is inspiring me to start planning my garden in Pemberton, BC!
    I’m most excited to get the Rose Gold, and Coral Reef Celosia (will be my first time growing these), Zinnia Precious Metals, and the Dawn Creek Peach Zinnias. I just found out I’m pregnant so I’m really planning to grow a ton of flowers for my Garden Party Baby Shower at the end of Summer.

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  1190. Mary Ramsey on

    I honestly can’t decide which im most excited about! i just bought a bunch of your discontinued seeds, and can’t wait to get my hands on some of these! i do LOVE the cancan girls dahlias, the precious metals zinnias and the coral reef celosias are probably my #1 favorites though!

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  1191. Inge on

    I don’t know how to choose the one I’m most excited about but probably the Petite Floret dahlia seeds 🥰

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  1192. Beth Taggart on

    When I saw your email about the originals release, I was super excited. They are all so lovely! I can’t say I could pick a favorite, but I plan on ordering some Zinnias and Celosia.

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  1193. Kate Watters on

    This post really got me excited about spring, even though I am still recovering from last season, energy-wise!
    I am most excited about bee’s choice dahlia mix. Dahlias have always been a favorite for everyone and to have more food for the bees is amazing! I have never grown dahlias from seed and am looking forward to giving it a try!
    Thank you for inspiring us all with this important seed work!

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  1194. Kayla on

    It’s so hard to choose and I know I will try some Celosia and Dahlia, but looking most forward to Unicorn Mix zinnia!

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