- Cool Flowers Book by Lisa Mason Ziegler
- Seed Starting Equipment
- Cool Season Flower Seeds
- Cool Season Vegetable Seeds
- Cool Flowers Virtual Book Study
- Tour Cool Flowers 2017!
- Colorado Sunset Yarrow Bed
- Walk Down Sweet Pea Lane
- Plan Next Spring Now
- Spring Garden
- April on the Farm
- Cool Flowers Tour
- First Sweet William of the Season
- November Walk in the Garden
- Harvesting Snapdragons
- Harvesting Bachelor Buttons
- Harvesting Sweet William
- Floating Row Covers in the Wind
- Making Beds for Hardy Annuals
Lisa’s Cool Flowers Blogs:
- Cool Flowers: Troubles of Planting to Early
- Growing Great Sweet Peas
- Cool Flowers: What About Cool Vegetables?
- Cool Flowers: Sowing Seeds in the Garden
- Cool Flowers and Row Cover
- Growing Cool Flowers in the North
- Cool Flowers are coming through!
- Cool Weather Seed Starting Today!
- Fall Gardening Offers Unexpected Gifts
- Low-budget Plants
- No Time or Space for a Cutting Garden? Think Again!!
- Crazy January Farming!
- Seed Starting: The Pain and the Triumph
- Loving March
- The Winter Garden
- Garden Gold: Leaves
- This side of the Fence
- Sorting Seeds
- Seed starting has begun
- Spring like days
- Seeds to Plant Directly in the Garden
- Snapdragons Galore!
- Seed Starting, When should you start anyway?
- Planting your Spring Flowers in the Fall… we do it every year!
- The Power of Mulch and Healthy Soil
- The Snaps are in the Ground!
- The Winter Garden
Cool Flowers in the news:
Learn Lisa Mason Ziegler’s secrets for growing hardy, cool-season annuals, Interview by Debra Prinzing, Founder of SlowFlowers.com
Schedule Lisa to speak on Cool Flowers:
A Spring-to-Fall Cutting Garden
You will go home with the knowledge to have non-stop fresh cut-flowers from spring until frost from your own garden. Lisa will share what to plant, how-to manage, and harvesting a small home cutting garden that will supply a weekly abundance of long-stemmed beautiful cut flowers all season.
Growing Great Spring Flowers
Lisa shares her experiences growing hardy annual flowers such as snapdragons, sweet peas, bells of Ireland, pansies and many other spring beauties. Revisiting cool-season gardening, a common practice in days gone by, will change spring in the garden forever. Lisa’s book Cool Flowers was based on this popular program. Read More