There have been concerns expressed over all the new interest in commercial flower farming. Seasoned and new farmers are wondering: are there enough customers to go around? I say without hesitation, yes there are enough buyers out there. In the U.S. alone consumers spend between 7 to 8 billion dollars annually on cut flowers. BILLIONS…
Part of my job here at The Gardener’s Workshop job has become communicating what we do here and the ways we offer to share, educate, and supply what you need. As we are heading into the once a year enrollment period for Flower Farming School, I find myself totally submerged in getting that word out.
During my years as a flower farmer and business owner, I’ve learned many monumental lessons. The one I am sharing here saved my flower farming life. It occurred during my early years of farming. I was frustrated and seriously thinking of quitting. It was nearly a hundred degrees that summer afternoon, and I felt like
We get so many questions on how our online courses work that I thought I would answer some of the most common ones here. You can learn more about the specific details of our Flower Farming School Online courses here and our mini-courses here.
This Lisa Live! reveals that we are moving our warehouse back home! Plus tips on gardening and farming in the heat and surviving. Tip of the day: eat the ugly frog first!! Make no farming decisions in the midst of summer! Don’t let the heat steal your thunder. Here’s the blog link I mentioned: Beat
With special contributions from: A myth has a way of taking on a life of its own and driving us to unhelpful practices. While a myth might be false, it is often widely held and very influential. I’ve fallen for a few flower farming myths through the years, but on top of that, I created