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Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Stunning Seasonal BloomsBy GFM...
articles Order these spring beauties now (Published: August 01, 2013)
I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that...
articles Finding favorites among plumed celosias (Published: March 01, 2014)
In the February issue I wrote about the massive celosia...
October is probably the hardest stretch of the year for...
articles Favorite things on a flower farm (Published: May 01, 2012)
Each season feels like a fresh start. Last year’s...
articles Bouquet business requires careful planning (Published: January 01, 2011)
In the beginning, bouquets seemed effortless, as if they...
articles Rating celosia: a 59-variety trial (Published: February 01, 2014)
There is nothing like a good side-by-side trial to show...
articles Plant bulbs now for bountiful spring bouquets (Published: October 01, 2010)
Spring has always been my favorite season, so loaded with...
articles Wedding flowers (Published: January 10, 2011)
Erin Benzakein presented a fun,...
articles A visit to Texas Specialty Cut Flowers (Published: April 01, 2013)
I have been following the flower farming adventures...
articles Wreaths, centerpieces finish the season (Published: November 01, 2010)
Long after the flower garden has been destroyed by rain,...
articles Become the face of your farm (Published: October 01, 2017)
Marketing is the other half of the battle My first few...
articles Dahlias are well worth the investment (Published: March 01, 2011)
I absolutely adore dahlias! In my opinion, they are a...
articles Learning from great designers (Published: May 01, 2013)
For the the life of our flower business, we’ve been...
articles Specialty daffodils start the season (Published: June 01, 2011)
Before being introduced to the beautiful world of...
articles Romantic roses for cutting (Published: April 01, 2010)
When I created my first garden, a modest vegetable patch,...
articles Improve your soil, improve your flowers (Published: April 01, 2012)
With our last frost date fast approaching, we’ve...
articles 2011 trials yield new favorites (Published: November 01, 2011)
Each season a handful of new varieties make the cut and...
articles Start biennials now for next spring (Published: August 01, 2011)
It is so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle...
articles A quest for long-stemmed sweet peas (Published: February 01, 2010)
Of all the flowers we grow on our little farm, sweet peas...
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