Flowers A nice gallery of the flowers we’ve been growing out on the farm. Pink Bee Balm. As the name would imply, bees love this flower. This is a fancy variety of maroon and yellow Marigold. Baby Zinnias! A robust, pink Zinnia An orange Zinnia Pleurisy Root, also known as Butterfly Weed. This beautiful flower is a variety of Milkweed, the one and only Monarch Habitat These multicolored hairy majesties are called Coxcomb. A pink Echinacea flower. A yellow Echinacea whose petals haven’t opened yet! This is Holly Hock, grown by a member of the community garden. Classic red-orange Marigolds This pink pom-pom is the flower of the Common Milkweed plant. Bees and Butterflies can’t get enough! Close up of the unique Bachelor’s Button Bachelor’s Button is a hardy perennial flower that is one of our first to bloom and survives well past the first frost! An early White Chrysanthemum, or mum. A nice Titan Sunflower. Every year we have plenty of these, and many self-seeded into our rows this year. We’re leaving them around for good luck, and to beautify the farm!