Even if you haven't been growing plants specifically for cut flowers, there are scads of plants that lend themselves well to earning a vase gig indoors.
Occupants of this little vase include shrub representatives, witch hazel, Clethra, and Hydrangea. They're accented with flowers from coral bells, catmint and Celosia, and a couple of slender stems of toad lily and Eucalyptus.
This September bouquet has just one of the flower types used in the previous: Hydrangea, faded green and performing as a backdrop for the more colorful stars. Much of the color comes from the leaves of a variety of plants which include summer Poinsettia, fuchsia, coleus, and even a couple of stems of basil. Flowers include yellow wax bells, shrimp plant, heliotrope and Zinnia. Two of the stems have a scent: the Heliotrope, which has a common name of cherry pie, and the basil--a new variety called Basil 'Amazel'.