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March 14th 2014


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I wanted to give you a quick heads up. We’re sending out the March newsletter this weekend and it’s going to have some VERY exciting announcements, including a new book collaboration and early access to tickets for our May on farm workshop. The April workshop sold out before I could even announce it here and our May one is already over half full from a waiting list of excited farmer-florists. So, if you’d like to be in the loop, you can sign up HERE.

Hope you have a great weekend!


  1. Monica on

    Foliage and Fillers! Exactly what we are struggling with :-)
    You can never have enough filler. For our southeastern zone (we can be 7a winter but closer to an 8 in some summers) we find that white (and colored) yarrow makes a good filler and grow well for us with not much effort. People love it. However it IS still a flower and we are searching for that easy to grow, “full and fluffy”, green and leafy filler! Or maybe variegated….or even yellowish {shrug}

  2. Kim Graves Smith on

    I am a floral designer and loooove your page/blog/life. Tearing a large old delapitated teain station out of our backyard this spring, and….yup gonna see what I can accomplish. Lots of seeds ready and excited about these Spencer prince of orange sweet peas (among other flower types..lol) I excitedly and impulsively gathered.
    I think your newsletter would be woderful!!!


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