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#295: Profitable Flower Farming, Inside the Course

#295: Profitable Flower Farming, Inside the Course

 In this episode, Lisa and our newest TGW instructor Lennie Larkin offer a look inside our online course, Profitable Flower Farming. Mentions Online Course: ⁠⁠Profitable Flower Farming with Lennie Larkin⁠⁠ ⁠⁠Shop the TGW Online Store⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ for all your seeds and...

#93 – Growing Hydrangeas as Cut Flowers

#93 – Growing Hydrangeas as Cut Flowers

Looking for big, beautiful flowers to fill up your summer bouquets? Wondering how to grow, harvest, and store hydrangeas to ensure a long vase life and prevent wilting? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of growing hydrangeas as cut flowers. They cover why...

#294: Meet Lennie Larkin of B-Side Farm

In this episode of the Field & Garden podcast, Lisa and guest Lennie Larkin discuss her journey into flower farming, her move to Oregon, and the creation of her educational business. They also delve into the challenges of profitable flower farming, the future of...

#92 – 5 Common Cockscomb Questions

#92 – 5 Common Cockscomb Questions

Frustrated by cockscomb plants blooming on short stems? Confused by conflicting information about whether or not you should pinch your plants? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss five of the most common cockscomb (Celosia argentea cristata) questions. They cover pinching,...

#91 – All About Flower Support Netting

#91 – All About Flower Support Netting

Wondering whether or not you should bother netting your flowers? Curious about when to install support netting, what height to place it at, and the most efficient and effective way to install it? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of flower support...

#291: Lisa’s 5 Tips in 5 Minutes

#291: Lisa’s 5 Tips in 5 Minutes

A quick little set of reminders for busy flower growers! 1) Weeds: You need a prevention plan, plus a plan to extinguish any that survive when they're small. 2) Succession planting: designate resources/time to getting those successions done, it needs to be a top...

#290: Ask A Florist with Ellen Frost

#290: Ask A Florist with Ellen Frost

Today’s episode features a takeover of our popular weekly live Q&A session on Instagram, normally called Ask a Flower Farmer. This one, however, we called Ask a Florist, and it featured guest hostess Ellen Frost of Local Color Flowers in Baltimore, MD. Ellen is a...

#88 – Growing Peonies as Cut Flowers

#88 – Growing Peonies as Cut Flowers

Searching for the perfect focal flower to star in your spring bouquets? Wondering how to grow, harvest, and store peonies to ensure loads of luscious blooms with the longest possible vase life? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of growing herbaceous...