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  • The First Cut Flower Harvest of the Season

    With April in full swing, it’s time to pick some flowers. Here’s a quick look around – I’m so pleased with these small vases. I’ve added some white ranunculus and some tulips that were too small for a regular vase. As it turns out, mint is absolutely wonderful when used as a small foliage. There are also some small pansies and johnny jump ups in here, too. A vase filled with early peony tulips and Icelandic poppies. The colors are so soft and creamy – perfect for spring. I think the combination of these tulips is just so perfect. The varieties are ‘Foxtrot’ and ‘Foxy Foxtrot’. I definitely want to…

  • Tulips, tulips, tulips!

    Hi lovelies 🙂 I’m just going to go ahead and be honest – we’re all friends here, right? The vase life trials for tulips will simply not be happening. In life, and in planning a rather large expansion to the cut flower garden I’ve had to reassess my priorities pretty often.  This would probably explain the reason that it’s almost 2am EST as I’m typing this 🙂   The orders have been flying in like crazy.  This week alone over 200 oriental lilies, 50 dahlias, 500 gladiolus, and 200 liatris have arrived. I know that might not sound like a lot to someone who has been in this business a…