Grow A Cut Flower Garden for Months of Gorgeous Bouquets
Due to the ongoing closings of public events, we are moving this workshop to May 2, 2020. We will keep you all up to date if this changes. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have already purchased a ticket and cannot attend the new May 2nd date.
10:00am-12:00pm at the Agricultural Center on Shawan Rd. Tickets are $25/ per person.
Plan and plant a flower cutting garden this year in your yard or landscape. If you have an area that gets at least eight hours of sun a day, you can grow flowers to cut for yourself and friends. Local grower, Kimberly Hoffman of Kimberly’s Farm Flowers, will teach the methods she uses on her 8-acre flower farm, modified for the home gardener.
Success is all in the planning! Learn which flowers to grow for long-lasting blooms, specific varieties for cutting, how to plant them, and when.
We’ll discuss tools, tips, and tricks to naturally keep weeds at a minimum.
Kimberly will share some reliable sources for seeds, bulbs, tools, and supplies specific to growing cut flowers. Find out how much of each flower to grow for the best bouquet combinations. Discover which of your existing perennials and shrubs also make fabulous cut flowers. Then, learn how to cut your flowers like a pro.