30: Blooming Insights: Unveiling the Secrets of Cutflower Gardening with Roz Chandler

Today, we're shaking things up as we dive into the depths of your burning questions.

In our thriving Facebook group, “Cut Flower Farming: Growth and Profit in Your Business,” we asked about your biggest struggles, and now it's time to provide you with the answers you've been eagerly awaiting.

Join me as we embark on a journey to address the challenges and hurdles faced by cut flower farmers like yourself. In this unique episode, we'll explore the diverse range of questions that flooded our Facebook post, covering a wide array of topics crucial to your business's success.

Get ready to unravel the secrets behind growing your cut flower farming enterprise, maximizing growth, and ensuring profitability. From cultivating the most in-demand flower varieties to implementing effective marketing strategies, we're here to equip you with the knowledge and insights you need to thrive in this competitive industry.

So, whether you're struggling with streamlining your operations, optimizing your sales channels, or seeking guidance on expanding your customer base, this episode is designed with your growth and profit in mind. Join us as we kick off this special episode and tackle your burning questions head-on, providing you with the practical advice and proven strategies you've been yearning for.

Stay tuned as we share valuable insights and solutions that will propel your cut flower farming business to new heights. Get ready to embrace growth, unlock profitability, and revolutionize your entrepreneurial journey in the enchanting world of cut flower farming. Let's dive right in and address your most pressing concerns.

Here is a selection of the questions and ket takeaways:

  • What are your biggest struggles in your business? 
  • What are your customers prepared to pay for what you're offering? 
  • What’s your ideal customer? 
  • Don’t put seed into the ground until you know what your market is. 
  • If you can take someone on at a lower cost, you can use that time to work on your business. 
  • How do you take the time to promote your business and grow your crops? 
  • Farmers ditch some flowers for different reasons. 
  • Do you run a farm like a wreath making or bouquet building workshop? Is it worth it? 
  • What would you do if you had a quarter acre? 
  • How do you develop cooperative systems in the busier markets? 

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