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Lisa’s New Book out April 2018!
Grow Cut-Flowers for Profit
Learn the ins and outs of field grown cut-flowers for profit from veteran flower farmer Lisa Mason Ziegler. She discusses tips for getting started, who you can sell to, what to grow and how to sell cut-flowers commercially. Flower farming can become a part of your homestead or your urban home with little investment. Ziegler’s urban 1-1/4 acre cutting gardens produce thousands of stems each week in season.
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
Growing your own Summer Bouquets
Learn how to have a small designated flower bed (3’ x 10’) as a cutting garden for a season full of gorgeous cut flowers. Following Lisa’s recommendations your garden will produce a bounty of cut flowers to fill your home and enough to share with friends. Lisa’s book The Easy Cut-Flower Garden was based on this popular program. Read More
From the Ground Up
Learn how to start seeds and your garden soil organically. Program includes how to plant seeds directly in the garden and starting indoors using the English method soil blocking. Lisa reveals the steps she follows to prepare the garden for abundant growth and low-maintenance. Read More
Restoring Pollinators: Grow Organic
Learn why every vegetable garden and landscape must include flowers and eliminate chemical use to attract and maintain pollinators and other beneficial insects. Providing a place for them to live, raise babies and to eat will transform the garden and benefit the environment. Read More