A lot of folks are intimidated when it comes to arranging flowers in a vase. Almost every one of them can ride a bicycle and arranging flowers is easier than that, so we’re pretty sure they can do it. The most common problem is people don’t know where to start. Here are our simple secrets to success.
We forage for flowers on our land to supplement and enhance our market bouquets. We look for flowers, greenery and woodies that add color, volume and interest to our standard offerings. It’s an important part of our operations.
We can’t imagine flower farming without landscape fabric. It helps retain moisture, protects roots, and most importantly keeps weeds at bay. There are some tricks to working with it, though, some of which we learned the hard way. So grab your propane torch and follow along!
F1 means “first child.” It indicates that a seed or plant is a hybrid created by human intervention. Although they can be expensive, F1 flower seeds yield better blooms and healthier plants, but there are additional advantages and disadvantages of using F1 flower seeds.