Tackling Tasks in the Off-Season of Flower Farming with Village Flower Farm

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Summary: There are a lot of conversations out there about growing flowers. And rightly so! That’s the meat of flower farming. But what happens before and after the growing season? That’s exactly what Jan of Village Flower Farm is here to chat about. We’re digging in (no pun intended) to various tasks that have to be taken care of in the “off-season.” You’ll hear tips and details on the following: digging dahlias amending beds planting bulbs prepping for next season Jan loves the planning process when it comes to flower farming, and she’s chatting about a unique but highly functional way of thinking through what to grow and when. Tune in to discover what that might be! Village Flower Farm is a boutique flower farm and design studio in Ontario. They focus on growing unique varieties of cut flowers and are deeply inspired by the natural rhythm of the seasons. They operate their on-farm flower shop during the growing months, offering fresh flowers and other artisan pieces. They also host workshops giving their customers a chance to connect to the world of flowers and farming.A milestone Jan is very proud of is being chosen as one of Florists Review's "35 under 35." Find her on Instagram @village.flowerfarm and online at www.villageflowerfarm.ca.