Trying to Juggle All the Aspects of Growing Cut Flowers?
Whether your just getting started gardening or you’ve been growing cut flowers for years now, managing everything from bugs and weeds, to flower varieties and harvesting, it’s enough to make anyone’s head spin.
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helping you get to a place where you can have amazing cut flowers and still breathe; that’s why I’ve put together:
-a beginning gardener’s guide to growing cut flowers
-the exact step-by-step process you need to take to start your farm
– free planners to get your seed starting and transplanting schedule down so you can harvest all summer long
-tried and true seed and tool resources
-weekly encouragement delivered straight from my inbox to your’s on how to make a farm that works for you
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Create a flower farm that -what to grow and how to grow it
works for you:
-where to sell your flowers
-how to define exactly what your purpose is
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