If you’re interested in becoming a flower farmer, you need to determine your sales channels. Here are some of the more popular outlets for cut flowers.
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Every cut flower bouquet needs some greenery, and herbs can make great additions to the vase! Check out these 5 herbs that work great as cut flowers.
Cut flower farming is hot right now, but if you’re considering growing flowers for sale, brush up on these five key things to know before diving in.