Growing your own cut-flower garden is easy when you start with the best plants for cut-flower gardening. Not only can you enliven living spaces with fresh flowers, but you can delight friends and neighbors with fresh flower bouquets. And you'll have fresh cut flowers for your own bouquets, centerpieces and fresh floral arrangements. With some planning, you can have a steady supply of fresh flowers for cutting from spring to fall. The best flowers for cutting have sturdy stems and hold up well after cutting. When selecting the best plants to buy, make sure they'll grow in your grow zone. Next, consider bloom times. Other considerations for cut flowers to grow in the garden are flower colors, height, soil requirements, light requirements and your personal preference.