Apr 16, 2019
This week we discuss one of our favorite spring (and fall) flowers to grow, anemones (Anemone coronaria). In our experience they are relatively easy and disease and pest-free, and they endure (even like!) our cold springs and falls.
In this episode we talk about
· Pre-sprout processes
Apr 9, 2019
The trend for local flowers is following in the footsteps of the local food movement. In this episode we discuss the nuances and implications of branding ourselves as "local" and share our opinions about the importance of being local and being transparent about what it means when marketing blooms.
In this episode we...
Apr 2, 2019
This week we discuss one of the prettiest flowers to grow, Ranunculus asiaticus. Early spring is the time to start them, so now that it looks like spring is really coming (knock on wood) we thought we would discuss our successes and failures and Heather's field trials with succession plantings.
They are a bit of work...
Mar 27, 2019
This week we are so fortunate to be able to share an interview Heather recorded with the UBER INSPIRING Steve and Mandy O'Shea of 3 Porch Farm, while she was in Colorado for the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers Spring 2019 Meetings in February.
In this segment we discuss issues so close to the bone that...
Mar 19, 2019
If you grow dahlias, you need to know about Dahlia Virus(es) and how to control their spread. This week we chat about