Our Favorite Resources
So before I ever thought I wanted to do something more than stay at home with our kids, I was already in love with agriculture.
I had been showing animals at our local fair since I was 4 and I had a love for the animal side of it all.
I was never really interested in the plants (I know that‘s the most important part haha).
We didn’t have a lot of money to invest in animals, or all of the equipment we needed to care for and house them. So I started searching online for something in agriculture that I could do with little money and Flower Farming popped up and I thought hmmmmmm... I can do that.
I found a book call ”Cut Flower Garden” by Floret and I bought it, I didn’t know flower farming was a thing, I didn’t know who Floret was, they didn’t have a TV show then haha.
I looked at it once and I got super intimidated and put it down for about a year until I got desperate for something more.
So now that my little spiel is out of the way, I’ll share with you where I have gotten all my info. so far.
Cut Flower Garden- All about how to grow a cut flower garden (Floret)
A Year In Flowers- Mostly about design and arranging (Floret)
Discovering Dahlias- about Growing and arranging dahlias (Floret)
Cool Flowers- about hardy annuals (Lisa Mason Ziegler)
The Flower Farmer- about how to grow and sell cut flowers (Lynn Bycynski)
Muddy Acres Flower Farm
Cut Flowers 101 Facebook group (run by muddy acres)
Flower Farmers facebook group
So far these have been my only major resources and they have been a HUGE help!!!