The Flower Farmer's Year: How to Grow Cut Flowers for Pleasure and Profit


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Green Books
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8.1 X 10.1 X 1.0 inches | 2.6 pounds

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About the Author

Georgie Newbery is an artisan flower farmer and florist, supplying cut flowers direct to customers from her smallholding in Somerset. Georgie set up and runs her own business and is a leading authority on growing cut flowers. She also runs courses on growing and arranging cut flowers, and on marketing via social media for fellow growers.

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"Georgie Newbery gives sound and cheery advice on growing, displaying and--if that is your bag--selling [flowers]." --Sunday Times
"Artisan flower farmer Newbery brings horticultural and agricultural logic to the process of farming flowers--planning, planting, growing, harvesting, and then arranging them--in a way that surprises and enlightens." --Publishers Weekly
"The author provides plenty of practical advice for obtaining floral yields even if our particular setting is hardly as conducive as hers for cut-flower production." --William Scheick, Texas Gardener SEED Newsletter
"The Flower Farmer's Year is a delightful read and a solid reference book that will find a prominent place alongside Lynn Byczynski's The Flower Farmer, Sarah Raven's The Cutting Garden and other 'bibles' on every farmer-florists' bookshelf, my own included.' --Erin Benzakien,
"There are plenty of books on the market that discuss growing small-scale vegetables for farming and marketing; but fewer that do the same for cut flowers. That's one reason why The Flower Farmer's Year is a standout." --D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review