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I use this book all the time as a reference and inspiration. Having spent so much on courses on how to grow my own flowers for sale, I wish I had just used this from the beginning. It would have been a lot cheaper and it’s full of the best education for would be and seasoned flower farmers!
Absolutely love this book, as a flower farmer in the UK it has brilliant advice and clarifies for me when and how to sow cool flowers ie Hardy Annuals. I find myself referring to it often, and the authors personal story of how she came to be a flower farmer is very inspiring. So happy I purchased this lovely book.
Already planning my cool flowers planting before this year’s are in the ground. Excellent book for a cut flower grower or even a gardener eating to grow a cut flower patch in their garden or alottment. Not too long, packed with good info.
Hi there! I cannot recommend studying with Lisa enough! Over the course of the last year I purchased many of the most recommended flower growing books, all which I found a bit thin on content and requiring further research. Reading Cool Flowers was eye opening and very clear on how to plant cool season hardy annuals earlier and when to do it. I also purchased Lisa's other book Flowers Love Vegetables and took her online seed starting course. All are superb and she generously offers many free resources, book studies, podcasts, talks to help to further clarify the content and answer questions! I wrote her company email to further clarify some misunderstanding and had the wonderful opportunity to correspond with Anne who further illuminated me and offered spectacular customer service! If I could I would offer 10 stars!
Lisa has completely changed the way that I look at annuals and how they're planted. Working in the greenhouse/nursery world we always preach plant after the chance of frost. So the first time I read her book, I thought "This is all great. But that doesn't work in our growing zone (3). This book isn't for me." But after chatting with Lisa, she assures me that I just have to start in the spring, not in fall. So next spring I'm looking forward to taking her book to the field and planting earlier than I have ever planted. Her book truly is a book for all planting zones and has opened my eyes to a completely new way of growing.
This book is a game changer. I followed her advice this year and was able to have some successes, had we not had major snow late in the season I would have gotten to it even sooner. The book is worth every penny if you sell flowers in any capacity or if you are an avid gardener.