Flower Farming 101

How to Burn Landscape Fabric Holes

Make life easier and learn how to burn landscape fabric holes. As a stay-at-home mom with a busy church calling,…

Cost of Starting a Flower Farm

Knowing the cost of starting a flower farm is a big consideration. I told my husband (after getting kneck deep…

2018 Planting Schedule

I've uploaded my 2018 season planting schedule for those of you, like me, that need a visual display. I live…

How to Setup Dripworks Drip Lines

Feel a little clueless when it comes to how to setup Dripworks drip lines? I was a bit intimated by…

5 Reasons Flowers Are Good for Mental Health

Did you know flowers are good for your your mental health? Some months ago, a friend posted a picture of…

The Art of Pinching to Increase Harvest

Want to triple your harvest of cut flowers? Then you need to learn the art of pinching. Pinching is nicer…

5 Vase Life Hacks for Your Locally Grown Flowers

Your locally grown cut flowers are a little different in the vase than your grocery store bouquets. They are not…

Growing Ranunculus and Anemones in Zone 7: Pre-sprouting & Overwintering

I have big dreams of growing ranunculus here in my zone 6b/7 climate. Ranunculus are my all time favorite flower…

Planting Tulips for Cut Flower Production

Planting tulips for the cutting garden or floral work is different than planting for the landscape. Flower farmers have perfected…

Winter Gardening in Utah

Winter gardening did not sound appealing to me at first. I thought it would be cold and miserable. I. hate.…