Why grow flowers for sale? Why work from home? Why be a florist? Food for thought…
A passing remark on a colleague’s post on instagram inspired this post which I made on Valentine’s Day, a day I would in the past have spent flat our creating bouquets, but which now I no longer do. What kind of flower farmer am I? What kind of business do I have? What’s my market? And how do I decide the parameters within which I work? Join me for a thoughtful clip on the who, what, where, why and how of my flower farming business.
If flower farming is something you are already doing, or you’re interested in doing, then some of my workshops may well be of interest. You can see a few of them here: https://www.commonfarmflowers.com/collections/flower-farming-and-growing-workshops
And I also offer a series of small business workshops, for anyone who is thinking of or already running a small business (whether flower farming or something entirely different.) You can find out more about them here: https://www.commonfarmflowers.com/collections/small-business-workshops.
If you’re booking a place on our workshops or demos the website will ask you to choose a delivery date – any date will do! And if you can’t join our sessions live then you are still very welcome to book as we send the recording and notes of the workshop out to everyone afterwards, so you can download the session and refer back to it as and when you need to.
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