Alas, the ground is such hard-packed clay that it has been a struggle.
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I have found that peonies have been successful to thrive in that clay, followed by zinnias that I start from seed, scattering packets over the bare earth in the spring. I asked for this book for Christmas when it first came out. I got it!!!! I began reading it immediately and planning out my area. I have wanted a cut flower garden from the time I saw my first zinnia at 5 in mamas garden.
I am super excited to try sweet pea for the first time!!!! I just love your story, your gorgeous photos and encouragement throughout. To see a truck full of dahlias seems an impossible feat for a novice but you really make it attainable through your book. I am a farmers market grower here in the state of Wisconsin. Last year I decided to buy Floret seeds for the first time. I am so glad I did! I had some of the most beautiful flowers to sell at market that I have ever had!
Our favorites and buyers favorites were the sweet pea varieties that I sold from Floret. They were hardy and grew proficiently all summer long.
The colors were so amazing! The only problem I seem to have from Floret seeds is having them be in stock to buy them!!! Thank you for offering so much free help to us small time growers, we really appreciate it. Love your seeds and the book has been my inspiration to become the best market grower I can be for my local community. Thank you so much.
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So exciting! Your book helped inspire me to start my very own small flower farm??? Thank you Erin, wishing you much continued success!!! Would love to share your book with my dear friend Arabelle who lives in an apartment in N. Y with a small garden that she tends. I send her photos of my flower garden grown in New Zealand.
Having discovered Floret and signed up for the monthly updates, I have been inspired to grow more flowers and am a Dahlia addict, just wish I was in the US to be able to have the bigger variety of color that I have seen via the updates…Thanks so much team Floret, Kind regards Helen. I am looking forward to growing zinnias this year not only for cheerful bouquets for my table, but also for still life painting inspiration! Painting flowers is a passion of mine as it is a way to share my love of flowers with others.
Congratulations, Erin and everyone at Floret Farm. Thank you for sharing your flower passion with all of us! A few years ago I grew them and my teen granddaughter was so impressed. I enjoy reading and re-reading your blogs and all the info, news, views and how-tos. Thank you! Come on spring! How wonderful! I would love to own a copy of your amazing book and gain from your knowledge and experience. It would change the way I garden and in turn how my garden grows. Congratulations on your success and thanks for so generously sharing your growing tips.
I have some Floret zinnia seeds in amazing colors thank you that I am very excited to plant this year. I live in hot southeast Nebraska where they should do just fine in beds in our big vegetable garden. Congratulations on the success of your first book and thank you for writing more!
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Well done!! Also, to learn how to incorporate them into edible dishes and home decor: Love your blog!! Thanks for the nice information that you make so readily available to all! Cindy E. This is our first spring in our first home! Spring needs to be here sooner. Also, the Iceland poppies sherbet mix :. I just received my first seed order from Floret, and I am excited to start my first cut garden.
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Congratulations on the success with your book deals and thank you for sharing them with us! Your work was what inspired me to start my own mini cut garden. Your book is amazing! I am so excited about the Peony chapter, my neighbors and I will be planting an acre of peonies hopefully this year. Congratulations to you and your team! Do you do tours of your property?
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I will be visiting WA sometime soon! Thank you for all you beauty! I just discovered your book and it has pulled me through these last dreary days of winter. I will be converting some of my front lawn into a flower bed and I am most excited to plant and enjoy Iceland poppies. Thank you for planting so much beauty in the world! Hooray for the Floret Team!! My garden will have flax this year. I love the color of the blue flowers, and will later use the fiber inside the stalks for spinning on my antique spinning wheels.
Such wonderful news!!! Bundles of frilly, fragrant, pastel sweet peas. I love to grow and cut Hyacinths, tulips, and zinnias, but probably my favorite flower to cut and add to arrangements are Mountian Laurel blooms and Bougainvilleas! You are an inspiration! Such beautiful flowers, and pictures of flowers. With feet of snow still on the ground up here in Northern Ontario, Canada, I am looking forward to when my Japanese anemone poke through the ground.
They look so delicate and romantic, yet their unwavering return in spring after temperatures for months, always fills me with awe. Also, although not technically a flower, my grape kiwi is just as tough, and refuses to be bullied by a frozen landscape!
Again, thank you for all your encouraging words, and easy to understand tutorials. I always get excited when I see something in my inbox from Erin at Floret. I planted about bulbs last fall. I cannot wait to read the books to come! I am also waiting for the narcissus to finally pop up and for this long Chicago winter to end.
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And hoping the peonies I planted 2 falls ago finally give me some flowers. I am sooooooo excited about the new book news!!!!!?
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It is so exciting to watch you grow and inspire our industry!! And ranunculus… Can't wait to read the new books! Congratulation on your truly amazing flower farm and all your knowledge that you explain so well. Sharing beautiful blooms grown with the my care and love that you have inspired in me.
I would love to grow more tall and different colour antirrhinums this year. Many thanks Erin and team. What an exciting new chapter in your life! Thank you so much for making flower farming easy and accessible for those of us who are new to it. Your story and work is truly inspiring! Also to try planting hyacinths, they smell so good and have such interesting shapes! I used to love to go buy flowers from the ladies downtown, which included a lot of zinnias. I just started a bunch of your Tiger Eye violas! My family has a coffee shop and we planted a bunch of them in the planters last year we bought the starts from a local nursery and customers commented on them practically every day!
So many exciting events on your horizon! Seattle girl here : After geeking out over a nasturtium a few years ago with a loved uncle, I find that they are among my favorite flowers now.
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