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

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.

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

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. [...]

Planting Ranunculus Corms in Zone 6/7 Cut Flower Farm Growing Flowers Gardening for Beginners

Planting Ranunculus Corms in Zone 6/7 Cut Flower Farm Growing Flowers Gardening for Beginners

CHECK OUT OUR BLACK FRIDAY DEALS! 50% OFF SOAPS AND BODY BUTTERS! DON'T FORGET OUR WRAPPED SOAP GIFT BOXES! CLICK HERE! When I first started growing flowers, one of the very first plants that I wanted to grow was ranunculus. Believe it or not, I found the corms for ranunculus at the local dollar store. Unfortunately, [...]

March Week One Update

Hi Lovelies, Brace yourselves! This post has a lot of pictures. Just a quick peek at  nearly everything that's going on right now! Let's all just hope that this warmer weather will keep on coming our way! Not pictured is the progress on the dahlia tubers that I've started for cuttings. The reason? Well, it looks [...]

November Garden Update

Hi Lovelies, Long time, no see. Well, the leaves have completely fallen here. This means that with the exception of the plants in the hoophouse, the hardy annuals are completely covered beneath a nice layer. While some folks like to rake and rake, I don't, so I just let them be. That's the great thing [...]