• Everything You Ought to Know About Growing Daffodils for Cut Flowers!

    When it comes to spring flowers, the one variety I’ve been growing the longest here at Two Sisters Flower Farm is none other than the daffodil.  Now, there’s a lot of reasons to love daffodils- some of which we’ll get to in this blog post; but if you’re not yet a fan of this class …

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  • Can You Overwinter Eucalyptus Inside? How We Grow Eucalyptus in Zone 5B

    Eucalyptus is a beautifully fragrant foliage and one of my favorite elements to add into late-season bouquets. While I’ve long adored eucalyptus for its ability to pair well with most any flower, I never thought that I could actually grow armloads of it myself, like many of the warm-climate growers I saw doing on social …

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  • How To Grow Sweet Peas from Seed

    I have been growing sweet peas for three years now- but you wouldn’t know it because I have failed miserably for most of those years… Last year I was really determined to grow sweet peas successfully and I took a bit of time to learn what I was doing wrong. The third time must really …

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  • How to Grow Paperwhites

    During the coldest parts of the year when everything feels dark and dreary- one of my favorite ways to cozy up my home is to bring a bit of nature indoors. Paperwhites are beautiful, long-lasting flowers that put on quite a show during the dull days of winter. I especially enjoy these delicate winter blooms …

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  • How To Grow Ranunculus and Anemones

    Ranunculus and anemones make great additions to any spring garden. With their wide range of color and ruffled petals- these flowers are such a treat to enjoy! Truth be told- while I have long adored these early spring blooms, it wasn’t until more recently that I started growing them myself.  For years I avoided growing …

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  • How To Grow Amaryllis For Beautiful Flowers in Winter!

    There is something so uniquely special about seasonal flowers. I know that we tend to think about flowers and flower gardens as strictly a summer thing- but I truly believe that in nature, every month of the year, there is something beautiful blooming. Even though right now, as I’m writing this blog post- it’s the …

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