We are off to a great season here. My flower and vegetable garden is really coming into its own and it looks like we will have a bumper fig harvest this year too. The zinnias and sunflowers are just so beautiful and so welcomed. One would think that after all these years of growing I
This Lisa Live! takes you along on the harvest. Ride along on a 6 am harvest call going along with doing what happens here each Monday and Thursday in season.
On this Lisa Live! I’m taking how to make your cut flowers last longer. If you’d like the beautiful PDF that includes what I mention plus additional information, request it here.
We are known on the local cut-flower scene for our near-perfect blossoms and how long they last in the vase. While this may have happened by chance in the beginning of my flower farming career— now days I work pretty hard at making my flowers as gorgeous and long lasting as possible. Certainly being “locally
It has taken much work and foresight to get here. Figuring out how to grow cut-flower, seeking those out that want to buy them and then to find the gumption to keep doing it year after year. Sharing the bounty of my labors with these delightful folks is a good part of what keeps me
Some of the very first dahlias I grew. After growing lots of dahlias over the past few years I’ve come to the conclusion that it is much easier than I ever dreamed. They are the beauties of fall for sure. They can become quite addictive if you aren’t careful–you’ve been warned! Once you provide what