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#91: Seed Starting Saturdays: Week 2

In this episode, I am continuing to revisit a project I did 4 years ago called Seed Starting Saturdays. My initial intention was to listen to it to...

#90: Why Flowers?

We all may start growing flowers for different reasons, but the end can be the same: to beautify our yards and farms, restore nature, have fresh...

#89: Seed Starting Saturday: Week 1

In this episode, I revisited a project I did 4 years ago called Seed Starting Saturdays. My initial intention was to listen to it to redo it for...

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#91: Seed Starting Saturdays: Week 2

#91: Seed Starting Saturdays: Week 2

In this episode, I am continuing to revisit a project I did 4 years ago called Seed Starting Saturdays. My initial intention was to listen to it to redo it for today--- but guess what? After listening I realized it's great information that is the same today,...

#90: Why Flowers?

#90: Why Flowers?

We all may start growing flowers for different reasons, but the end can be the same: to beautify our yards and farms, restore nature, have fresh flowers on the table, and restore our souls. My book Vegetables Love Flowers is about a 3-season cutting garden and all the...

#89: Seed Starting Saturday: Week 1

#89: Seed Starting Saturday: Week 1

In this episode, I revisited a project I did 4 years ago called Seed Starting Saturdays. My initial intention was to listen to it to redo it for today--- but guess what? After listening I realized it's great information that is the same today, yesterday, and tomorrow...

#88: Rudbeckias: Not The Ditch Dwellers

#88: Rudbeckias: Not The Ditch Dwellers

 My love of rudbeckias has turned into a bit of an obsession. They are, after all, a pretty easy family to fall in love with. Some of the reasons I love them: Easy to start (most are anyway) Need little tending other than full sun and a little water to get started...

#87: Have Faith in Cool Flower

#87: Have Faith in Cool Flower

Lots of folks reaching out because of fears they are experiencing about their Cool Flowers facing cold weather.  I understand and suffer from the same thing from time to time. It's natural, but we need to do all we can to meet their needs to maximize success. I'm...

#86: Building a Business? Don’t Fall for This!

#86: Building a Business? Don’t Fall for This!

Overspending is a common struggle we face in life, being in business is no different. The point of going into business is to make a profit. Many businesses never make it because of habitual business overspending. It is challenging enough to only spend on what is...

#85: An Unlikely Path

#85: An Unlikely Path

Do you make more to-do lists than you can ever get to? I do. This year I decided to make a new list, what I have done, and friends, it made me feel a whole lot better! In this episode, I am sharing how I got to the place I am today. The piece that I believe is key to...

#84: Resting and Recharging, A Business Essential

#84: Resting and Recharging, A Business Essential

I didn't love it when I was told I had to clear my mind and rest, BUT it did prove to be essential for my business's success. Honestly, I thought it was a waste of time, but the advice was dead right. Enjoy this replay of a Clubhouse chat sharing that I've learned...

#81: Cool Season Gardening: Why Are We So Afraid?

#81: Cool Season Gardening: Why Are We So Afraid?

I can feel the pain in the messages I receive about the worries folks have about their Cool Flowers facing the cold. Should I cover? What about snow? And then there are the calls asking us to rush their row cover orders cause cold is coming! I get it because I've been...

#83: Cool Flowers FOMO, How to Cope

#83: Cool Flowers FOMO, How to Cope

FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out. It can happen to anyone and I hear from lots of folks struggling with it.Sometimes we just feel like we’ve missed the right timing or aren’t getting the results we see others getting that can lead to: FOMO, fear of missing out. Resist it...

I write about organic gardening, flower farming, and business. What started out as a family garden back in 1996 has grown into so much more! I never imagined that it would lead to an urban commercial farm, an online garden shop, becoming an author, traveling the country teaching, and now online courses!
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