The Flower Farmer's Year
How to grow cut flowers for pleasure and profit

By (author) Georgie Newbery

Web Description

"Georgie has written an inspiring book for anyone who's ever wondered what it would be like to grow flowers on a commercial scale." - Constance Craig Smith, The Daily Mail Weekend Magazine

“I love this book – it’s a beautiful yet practical and accessible guide that will help you transform whatever sized patch you have into an abundant oasis of flowers.” - Mark Diacono, journalist and author of The New Kitchen Garden

Grow your own cut flowers and you can fill your house with the gorgeous colours and heavenly scents of your favourite blooms, knowing that they haven’t travelled thousands of miles – and you can make money while you do it!

Combining boundless passion with down-to-earth guidance and practical advice, Georgie Newbery draws on her own experiences as an artisan flower farmer and florist as she takes you through:
• how to start a cut-flower patch
• what to grow
• cutting, conditioning and presenting cut flowers
• creating a hedgerow Christmas
• starting a cut-flower business
• where to sell
• marketing and social media
• a flower farmer’s year planner.

Whether you want to grow for your own pleasure or start your own business, The Flower Farmer’s Year is the perfect guide.

Key Selling Points

How to grow a cut-flower garden for the home and as a business