January Hardy Annual Flowers and Hoophouse Update – Cut Flower Farm
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Your hoop house is awesome!! How big is it? I am a backyard cut flower grower. Ive been following you for about a year. You’re my mentor!!
Thanks! It is about 40 ft x 12 ft. It basically takes up my entire backyard. LOL! I’m not quite sure where I’m going to plant the other flowers, but hopefully I’ll find a place!
I would love to know more about your hoop house. How did you set it up, and was it super expensive? My husband has talked about building a greenhouse, but it seems way too pricey of a project.