Updated: March 3, 2023
This introduction is part of the online publication "From Surviving to Thriving: Strategies for Urban Farm Sucess. It’s been raining for weeks, the weeds are strangling your crops, it seems like there are fewer customers at the farmers market every week, your landlord just called to say your rent is going up, your summer helpers decided they would rather work indoors, and on top of it all that unrealistic Extension Agent keeps bugging you to write a business plan.
Updated: July 27, 2022
I'm interested in growing cut flowers for sale. Where should I start?
University of Maryland Extension's Commercial Horticulture Program has a great website on commercial cut flower production. They also offer annual training for cut flower growers, often at events organized by cut flower growers' associations such as the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers or the Maryland Cut Flower Growers Association.