Will you grow peonies as a cut flower?
Roz Chandler started her flower farming business ten years ago. This podcast is for you if you want to learn more about growing your own cut flowers. Roz will cover various subjects including setting a patch, your soil, manure and compost, seeds and germination, perennials and biannuals, foliage, and so much more.
Field Gate Flowers love peonies. As a crop for a flower farmer, we wish their season was longer. There is little doubt that peonies have a special place in the hearts of those who love their sheer beauty. Peonies are known to live over fifty years - a heritage plant in every cutting patch.
Peony plants offer big, fluffy, fragrant flowers in a wide range of colours, forms and sizes. These resilient, long-lived perennial bushes have a history of popularity as a garden plant.
You will learn:
- The top ten peonies you could grow in your cutting patch
- How best to grow your peonies
- The characteristics of each so you can choose the right ones for your flower farm
Connect with Roz Chandler:
Join my Facebook group: Cut Flower Collective
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