• Should You Start a Flower Farm in 2024?

    The popularity of gardening has grown substantially over the last couple of years. During the pandemic, gardening was a nice distraction for those seeking a hobby while spending extra time at home. More recently though, gardening has become a creative means of alleviating financial strain. Plenty of people are growing vegetables to reduce their cost …

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  • Why We’re Choosing to NOT Grow Hardy Annuals This Year…

    One of the most important lessons in business that I have learned over the years is that it is alright to say no to things that no longer serve you…  …which for us here at Two Sisters Flower Farm, that means that we’re letting go of growing hardy annuals this year. Now allow me to …

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  • Should You Take a Flower Farming Course Before Starting a Flower Farm?

    In this age of information that we’re living in, where almost anything can be found for free on the internet, have you ever wondered why someone would actually pay for a flower farming course? I mean, so many seasoned flower farmers offer them, and while many do seem to provide great value, they often come …

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  • Is It Too Late to Start a Flower Farm?!

    Over the years the popularity of growing cut flowers seems to have exploded. More and more, home gardeners are planting seeds and transforming grassy areas of their backyards into beautiful flower-filled spaces. And the trend has given rise to a community of individuals not only nurturing their love for blooms but also turning it into …

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  • Garden Tools I LOVE for Growing Cut-Flowers

    When I was just getting started growing + selling cut flowers, I was very selective with the things that I bought. In full transparency, I just didn’t have the extra money to invest in things that weren’t one-hundred percent absolutely necessary.. What’s more, growing flowers, for me it was something that started as a hobby- …

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  • December Flower Farm Update: The Wrap-Up to Our Year!

    Now that we’re in December, the finish line is in sight! December came sometimes be hard to muster through, but this year we’ve enjoyed some unseasonably warm weather. While the warmer temps may not exactly be putting me in the holiday spirit-it does make it more enjoyable to work in. Truthfully, I wouldn’t be all …

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  • November Flower Farm Update: A Closer Look at Our Month

    The further we get into the year, the faster the seasons seem to go! Just last month we were celebrating autumn with plenty of pumpkins, mums + other fall goodies. Christmas felt lightyears away… but now that the calendar has officially turned, it’s all hands on deck as we prepare for a holiday season that’s …

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  • October Flower Farm Update: A Review of Our Month

    If you were to ask me at any point in the year just how long our growing season is, I’d most likely tell you that it’s extremely short. And it’s true- here in West Michigan (especially when compared to our neighbors to the south), we have a relatively short window of frost-free growing conditions. By …

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  • September Flower Farm Update: Our Month at a Glance

    September is a beautiful month of transition for us here at Two Sisters Flower Farm. At this point in the year, we’re still enjoying an abundance of blooms in the garden; however the days are becoming noticeably shorter and I know that fall will be here in no time at all… Despite fall marking the …

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