Flower Listing and Bloom Times

Brightflower Farm grows the highest quality, most beautiful and fresh, certified organic cut flowers in Illinois! Our list is long and includes Peonies, Sweet William, Bachelor’s Buttons, Snapdragons, Celosia, Sunflowers, Amaranth, Campanula, Godetia, Lisianthus, Dahlias, to name a few. We have 1.5 acres of cut flowers in Stockton, IL along with many flowering shrubs, small fruit, grasses, hostas, and more.

We market our flowers in Chicago at select florists and at many Whole Foods Markets, and in Madison and Milwaukee through Fair Field Flowers. We make fabulous mixed bouquets for grocery stores; ask us for details and pricing. If you are interested in purchasing our flowers and our awesome mixed bouquets please contact us anytime.

Our peonies are available from mid to late May, depending on whenever Mother Nature decides. We dry store them in our cooler which enables us to sell them through June and into July; what a treat to see Illinois grown peonies on your table or in your bouquet in July! We ship our Illinois grown peonies all over the US; please let us know if you are interested. We only have 600 plants and many more buyers so give us plenty of notice if you are looking for dozens!

Brightflower Farm grows over 80 varieties of herb and vegetable starter plants for independent garden centers, urban farms, and grocery stores in and around Chicago. We deliver on our own truck so our products come in perfect condition to your store. Most of our plants are in 4” pots in flats of 12. We welcome custom growing opportunities. Contact us if you are interested in having us grow for your store.

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Flower VarietyW1W2W3W4W1W2W3W4W1W2W3W4W1W2W3W4W1W2W3W4W1W2W3W4W1W2W3W4
Agapanathus2222222222111112222222222222
Ageratum2222222222222222111111112222
Amaranth2222222222222111111111122222
Amsonia2222222222222222222221111222
Bachelor Buttons2222222221111122222222222222
Basil2222222221111111111111111122
Bells of Ireland2222222222211112222222222222
Brown Eyed Susan2222222222222111111122222222
Calendula2222222111112222222222222222
Campanula2222222211112222222222222222
Campanula glomerata2222222222111122222222222222
Candytuft2222222111112222222222222222
Celosia, crested2222222222222221111111111222
Celosia, plumed2222222222222221111111111222
Celosia, wheat2222222222222221111111111222
Cone Flower2222222222222221111222222222
Cosmos2222222222222111111111112222
Cottage Yarrow2222222222221111222222222222
Dahlia2222222222211111111111111112
Delphinium2222222211111222222222222222
Dianthus2222222222222111111111222222
Dianthus Bouquet Series2222222222222111112222222222
Dianthus Reds2222222111111222222222222222
Dianthus Sweet Series2222222222222111112222222222
Dill2222222222211111111111111122
Dogwood2222222222221111111111111111
Dusty Miller2222222222222211111111112222
Echeveria, and other Succulents2222222111111111111111111111
Echinacea purpurea2222222222221111122222222222
Eryngium2222222222222211112222222222
Eryngium2222222222222211112222222222
Foxglove2222222221111111222222222222
Garden Phlox2222222222222211112222111222
Godetia2222222221112222222222222222
Gomphrena2222222222222111111111111112
Grass, Many2222222222211111111122222222
Helenium2222222222222222111112222222
Hydrangea2222222222211111111111112222
Hypericum2222222222222222221111222222
Kale, Flowering2222222222222222222111111122
Ladies Mantle2222222111222222222222222222
Larkspur2222222222221111222222222222
Larkspur2222222222221111222222222222
Lisianthus2222222111112221111222111122
Marigold2222222222222111111111122222
Millet2222222222222211111111222222
Monarda2222222222222211112222222222
Nigella2222222222111122222222222222
Ninebark2222222221111111111111111112
Ninebark2222222221111111111111111122
Panicum2222222222222111111111122222
Peonies2222222111111222222222222222
Pepper, ornamental2222222222222222221111111222
Phlox2222222222222111122222222222
Rose Hips2222222222222222222222111111
Salvia, Mexican Sage2222222222222222222222111222
Sedum2222222222222111111111111222
Snapdragon2222222221111111111111112222
Solidago2222222222222211111112222222
Sorghum2222222222222222111111111122
Stock2222222221112222222222222222
Sunflowers2222222222222222222222222222
Sweet Annie2222222222222222221111112222
Sweet Pea2222222112222222222222222222
Verbena2222222222222222111111111222
Veronica2222222222211122222222222222
Veronicastrum virginianum2222222222222211122222111222
Viburnum2222222222222222222222111222
Willow2222222222222222222222222222
Zinnia2222222111111111111111111122

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