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7 Tips to Grow Cut Flowers in a Tiny Garden


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“Cut flowers are the holy grail. No matter how small your garden, you should be able to grow enough to snip a bouquet’s worth every week without creating sad bald patches. The secret? Plan ahead–and plant ahead–with tips from Seattle-based Erin Benzakein of Floret Flower Farm, who grows more than 260 varieties of flowers.

“You don’t need a ton of space. Just a little spot,” she says. “If you pick the right varieties, and get your spot ready, you can do it.” Here’s how:”

published in Gardenista


Posted by: dwellrealtypropertymanagement on April 27, 2016
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