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#289: Happy Spring or Not?

#289: Happy Spring or Not?

I don't know about you, but I am always anxious about spring. A lot is riding on it, right? Weather, seed sowing issues, never enough help, everything seems urgent, netting-netting-netting... seedling care, and then bedmaking, planting, and harvesting starts. What I...

#77 – Growing Hellebores as Cut Flowers

#77 – Growing Hellebores as Cut Flowers

Looking for an early-blooming, low-maintenance perennial that thrives in the shade? Wondering if hellebores can be used as cut flowers and, if so, when to harvest to prevent wilting? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss tips and tricks for growing and harvesting hellebores....

My Habits During The “No-Harvest” Season 

My Habits During The “No-Harvest” Season 

During the summer season, I have a pretty structured week. I work Monday through Friday, never on Sunday, and rarely on Saturday. My typical work day begins at 6 am and ends between 2-5 pm. I owe this schedule to thinking about how my farm works during the no-harvest...

The TGW Snapdragon Seed Mixes Story

I’ve grown well over a million stems of snapdragons since I started my flower farming business in 1998. Throughout the years my relationship with this flower has had a lot of ups and downs but one thing remains constant: snapdragons are easy to grow and they are in...

Rooster Peppers: A Cut Above

Rooster Peppers: A Cut Above

It was one of the earliest ASCFG conferences I attended. I was kind of a loner (hard to believe, right?) and I hadn’t connected yet with anyone so I would spend my free time observing and listening while at conferences. It is pretty amazing what you can learn just...

#255: Misguided Passion?

#255: Misguided Passion?

Do you love the processes of starting, growing, and harvesting lots of cut flowers, but don’t really want to go into business? That is totally doable and in my book, an even higher calling! Mentions We are so happy about our partnership with the Growing For...

#251: Flat Sales in Late Summer

#251: Flat Sales in Late Summer

I vividly remember harvesting flowers that I knew were destined for the compost heap. July and August can be tough sales months, but facing and overcoming it can be done. I hope this helps! ~Lisa Mentions Lisa's course, Flower Farming School Online: The Basics, Annual...