Cut flower farm
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Hardy annuals are hardworking, productive plants for late spring and early summer. This post highlights new varieties for 2020, and other favorites.
Janice Fox saved to Flower diy crafts
Waking up to fresh flowers every day sounds like a dream, right? I never imagined how many lessons I would learn as a 1st year flower farmer.
There’s a lot to learn in the first year of flower farming. Here are our top 5 things we wish we knew our first year growing (twice over!).
Ferryn saved to homestead/ self sufficiency
Tips on growing a cut flower garden from gardener and florist Helena Willcocks. Includes how to lay out your garden, amending soil, and flowers to grow.
Nelia Berry saved to ~Dream Garden~
Learn how to grow Iceland Poppies, Shirley Poppies, Breadseed Poppies and California poppies in this complete poppy primer from Floret.
Krystal Wight Armstrong saved to Flora
We know that growing our own cut flowers is easy, with clear benefits: thrift, bounty, show-off value. But we don't always get around to doing it, despite
Marjo Aho saved to Garden design
Zinnias are one of the easiest cut flowers to grow. These reliable, prolific blooms are a perfect crop for beginning gardeners and farmers.
Dani Bischoff saved to Garden
Follow our five steps to plan a cut flower garden. Learn how we plant all our flowers at the right time to have blooms all summer long.
Diana Estes saved to Flower Power
Feb 17, 2021 - Springtime is in full bloom, and along with the warm sun, fragrant blossoms, and promise of a long, fun summer often comes the edgy restlessness of spring fever
You want to be a flower farmer but you are quickly feeling like your dream is growing bigger than your bank account can handle. Can you flower farm without buying plugs? Peony bare roots? A walk in cooler? Landscape fabric? Can you launch into this dream without invest
Ashley McCoy saved to Gardening and plants to grow