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Floret Farm's Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Stunning Seasonal Blooms Hardcover – Illustrated, 13 March 2017
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Julie Chai writes, edits, and hosts videos primarily on gardening topics. She lives and gardens in Los Altos, California.
Michele M. Waite is a photographer based in Bellingham, Washington.
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Praise from the Press
Stephen Orr, editor-in-chief, Better Homes & Gardens
'I’ve been an avid fan of Erin’s beautiful photos of her flower farm on Instagram for years. Now, seeing her work preserved for posterity in a book is pure magic.'
Melissa Ozawa, garden and features editor, Martha Stewart Living
'One of the leading voices in the farmer-florist movement, Erin is a tireless advocate for locally-grown flowers. Here she has put together an indispensable four-season growing guide that will inspire you to sow your own cutting garden—whether you plant one row or hundreds.'
Grace Bonney, founder of DesignSponge* and author of In the Company of Women
'Among a sea of new florists and floral books, Floret Flowers stands out. Erin Benzakein's integrity, openness and passion for flowers is unmistakable. In her debut book she not only introduces us to the basics of growing our own flowers, she shares her deep love and understanding of gardening in a way that will leave even the most doubtful grower feeling inspired to get their hands in the dirt.'
Meet the Author
Erin Benzakein is the founder of Floret Flower Farm and is known for her lush, vibrant, romantic floral designs. She pushes the limits of what can be used in bouquets, which led to her winning the Martha Stewart American Made award for Floral and Event Design. Also a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens blogger award, Erin trials an enormous selection of unique varieties each season on her small-scale, high-intensity farm, and her work has been featured in numerous books, websites, and magazines including Martha Stewart Living, Sunset, Victoria, Country Living, Organic Life and more. She farms, designs, and lives in Mount Vernon, Washington, with her husband and two children.
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Reviewed in the United States on 15 August 2019
What I like first, is her excitement. Author loves flowers - Cut Flowers ! I thought cutting flowers was a No No :) But it is not, it is a Yes Yes. Who knew that cutting flowers actually makes more Blooms ! Second I love the easy to follow tips for planting and growing and even arranging. Erin picks out about a dozen plants and explains watering, spacing and feeding. I have Learned Way Too Much About Compost in the last few months!! (of course you never know too much about compost)
This also makes a great reference book. Perhaps you want to start out slow and tackle some other things in following years, so you can look at following chapters - or you can skip around.
Erin's excitement is contagious and I find myself planting Sweet Peas, which I had never before heard of. My Petunias and Zinnias are doing well and I can't wait for my Chrysanthemums. I have my pinching and cutting tools all ready...c'mon blooms ! This book was very valuable to this beginner.
Reviewed in the United States on 8 November 2019