It feels great to harvest buckets of flowers, but there is also some not so great aspects of flower farming. Yep. Even my little urban farm is full of disappointing setbacks. My goal with this page is to share both sides of the story in my first year. Here is a little of the ugly side. 1. Something is munching on my zinnia sprouts. 2. I killed so many of my snapdragon starts by starting them in a room that was too warm. 3. I had maybe one rudbeckia sprout out of the hundreds I direct seeded. (And did I mention the 🕷 that decided to call my rows home and that crawl up my hands sometimes when I am harvesting peonies?) On the flip side, my dahlias are sprouting like champs, my roses are super happy and none of my sunflower seeds were eaten by the birds. Also, despite this poor munched zinnia sprout, my zinnias germinated great after being direct seeded. More deliveries to make tonight and more peonies to harvest. All my payments are going into a little mason jar that is labeled “flower farm fund” to buy more peonies, bulbs and seeds for next year. Thanks for following along and making it all possible! #localflowers#slowflowermovement#mamapreneur
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Apparently she loves hiking with her mama 💕😊. Spring is in full effect and Park City is the most beautiful shade of green. So grateful to live in such a gorgeous place where we can have such an active lifestyle!!
The forest is an interesting place, full of wonder and mystery. We may never fully understand the depth and power it holds, but we can surely try. After all, exploration is all about taking those steps into the unknown, and hoping you discover the thing you didn’t even know you were looking for. #neverstopexploring