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October On The Farm

There’s much to do on a flower farm in the fall, and this season in particular is shaping up to be a busy one for my small but dispersed operation. We’re still harvesting and selling […]

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Flowers to Plant in July

Happy summer out there to all you gardeners! As the temperatures heat up and the spring crops fade away, it’s easy to be left with unexpected empty space in the garden. Fear not, for there […]

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How to Grow Bouquets All Summer

It’s not too late to make sure you have abundant flowers in the garden all summer long. For those gardeners out there who want to go beyond simple vases of roses or zinnias on the […]

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Tips for Starting Your SIP Garden

Gardening seems to be on everyone’s minds these days as we spend our time sheltering in place.  Whether you live on a bit of property, have a city lot, or live in an apartment, starting […]

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Resources For Planting A Garden

As the weather warms in late spring, many of us turn our attention to our gardens to get them revved up for the season. This year, as people are sheltering in place and avoiding supermarkets, […]

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Local Farms Supporting Us Through The Pandemic

During these uncertain times, our small local farms are stepping up to feed their communities. I want to highlight the new systems and options that our food farmers are scrambling to offer us as we […]

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March Ask A Gardener

It’s time for all your burning garden questions, March edition! Q: The weather has been so warm, and my plants have really taken off. But in the upcoming forecast I see temperatures dipping down into […]

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Ask The Gardener

It’s time for another installment of “Ask The Gardener”! Each month we’ll tackle a few burning questions that either you have sent in or that I’ve been asked in the field or out in the […]

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January in the Garden

Happy new year out there! I was out in the field in a t-shirt all morning weeding the (prolific) grass out of my new field, remarking to myself on how different the growing climate is […]

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