Inspiring Stories, Profiles & Advice from 30 Flower Growers from Around the World
In small plots and backyard gardens around the globe, entrepreneurial women are growing seasonal blooms and selling them in creative ways in their local communities. In Floret's new e-book, you'll meet 30 flower growers from climates as varied as Texas, Maine, Switzerland and beyond. Learn more about their personal flower journeys, discover their top flower crops, see how they sell their blooms and more in this beautiful collection of profiles & essays.
"These stories highlight just a few of the many remarkable people who have chosen to grow flowers on a small plot, but in a big way. In most cases their growing areas are quite small. Most plots are less than half an acre, and one is just a few hundred square feet. I hope these stories inspire you on your own flower journey."
- Erin Benzakein, founder of Floret & author of Floret Farm's Cut Flower Garden
Considered to be one of the country’s most influential farmer-florists, Erin has shaped floral design trends, redefined small-scale farming, and inspired others to grow, buy, and share seasonal flowers.
Erin's recently released book, A Year in Flowers, debuted at #6 on the New York Times Bestseller list. Her first book, Cut Flower Garden, won the American Horticultural Society’s 2018 Book Award, set sales records at Chronicle Books, and continues to inform, inspire, and delight flower lovers around the world.