Stock is one of the most fragrant flowers in the field. Stock, Matthiola, gillyflower, hoary, Brompton and tenweeks are some of the common names; it belongs in the mustard and cabbage and prefers the same cool conditions. (So in the south, it’s grown in the spring). The perfect fluffy spike-shape is a welcomed addition to a bouquet and works great in both a cutting garden and a cottage-type garden. Getting double blooms, instead of singles, is a little tricky but worth it!
Stock is one of the most fragrant flowers in the field. Stock, Matthiola, gillyflower, hoary, Brompton and tenweeks are some of the common names; it belongs in the mustard and cabbage and prefers the same cool conditions. (So in the south, it’s grown in the spring). The perfect fluffy spike-shape is a welcomed addition to a bouquet and works great in both a cutting garden and a cottage-type garden. Getting double blooms, instead of singles, is a little tricky but worth it!

Flower Facts

SEASON

spring

COLORS

white, pinks, purple, yellow (mostly soft colors)

COMPANIONS

anemones, ranunculus, flowering branches, hydrangea, or as a bunch (perfect by the kitchen sink or nightstand where you can enjoy the fragrance)

GALLERY

Be inspired with bouquets and arrangements that feature the Stock

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