Flower Seedlings in the Hoophouse – Ready for Winter – Cut Flower Farm

  Luckily, I was finally able to finish planting the hardy annual cut flower seedlings into the hoophouse. Though most of these flowers are annuals, I did include some biennial flowers under cover, as well. Here's hoping for a beautiful spring and summer.

Growing Snapdragons from Seed – Cut Flower Farm

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Growing Love in a Mist Nigella Flowers – Cut Flower Garden

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Planting Hardy Annual Flowers from Seed into the Hoop House – Progress – Cut Flower Farm

I feel like I've been saying it for months now, but I'm so far behind. In a perfect world, the hoophouse would have been planted and ready for winter back in October. Between the weather and the busy thanksgiving holiday - it just didn't happen. I was finally able to get things situated last weekend.…

The Forgotten Chrysanthemums – Cut Flower Farm

Every year, I plant florist mums. I'm terrible at growing them, but I can't resist. They're so beautiful, and they always bloom when nothing else does. However, each year, I always neglect them. They grow quite slowly early in the season and soon they become lost in the weeds. The same thing happened this year,…

Saving Roselle Seeds – Cut Flower Farm

It's no secret that roselle has long been one of my favorite plants. Though it has many uses, I personally love to grow it for use in the cut flower garden. Today, I'll be saving some roselle seeds for next year. The process is super easy. I save seeds for many different types of flowers…

Planting Snowdrop Galanthus for the First Time – Gardening for Beginners Growing Flower Bulbs – Cut Flower Farm

I first became interested in growing snowdrops after writing an article about them on the Gardening Know How website. Did you know that I'm a contributing writer there? Anyhow, before that article, I really didn't know anything about them. After finding out that they're an early spring bloom (also prone to some naturalization), I knew…

Planting Crocus for the First Time – Gardening for Beginners Growing Flowers Cut Flower Farm

This season, I'm growing crocus for the first time. Admittedly, I've always wanted to plant these bulbs, but I've just never had any extra money laying around when the time to buy bulbs came. However, I was able to get some - thanks to the wonderful people who watch my videos over on YouTube! It…

Sowing German Chamomile in Fall – Frost Hardy Annual Flowers – Cut Flower Farm – Gardening for Beginners

There are a lot of reasons that I absolutely love to grow chamomile. As an extremely easy to grow herb; you can use the flowers for tea, soapmaking, and even as cut flowers for arrangements picked fresh from the garden. Their delicate apple-scented blooms are seriously one of my favorite garden elements. I also appreciate…