Let’s Plan(t) It

So, what do farmers and gardeners in colder growing zones do in the winter? Without fields of flowers or vegetables to plant and harvest, they must enjoy months of relaxation, right? After all, when the farm or garden is resting, so should we. Well, yes and no. There is a more relaxed pace in these …

2023 Gardening Goals

Happy New Year, we made it to 2023! It’s that time of year when people take a moment to reflect on the past twelve months and decide to make changes. People typically resolve to wipe away regrets and make promises that will make their lives better. A new year means a clean slate, and we …

Staying Seedy

For some, it's stamps, cards, knick-knacks, or memorabilia from their travels, but for me, it's always seeds. I have been collecting seeds for over twenty years, and my passion for collecting has only increased in that time. I love everything about seeds. I admire the diversity in their shape, size, and color in every rainbow …

Why Local Flowers?

One of the questions I've been asked in my first season as a commercial cut flower grower is, "What's the difference between your flowers and those I can buy at the grocery store?" or "Why is buying local flowers important?" I know it can seem like these flowers are the same, but several key differences …