Got a Green Thumb? Why Not Grow Flowers for Profit?

  If you're like many people, you enjoy gardening. It's a fun activity that gets you outside and enjoying nature and learning a valuable skill. But did you know you could also make good money while gardening as a flower farmer? Growing … [Read more...]

Blueprint For a Successful Flower Growing Business

You want your business to be on top, the one everyone looks to for their flower needs. So how can your business become a success? How can you make the profits you’ve always dreamed about? Here’s a blueprint for a successful flower growing … [Read more...]

6 Insider Secrets to a Successful Flower Farming Business

You’d like to grow flowers for market. You’ve heard how you can make $20 to $30 an hour, on average, from growing flowers. So how can you be a success? Here are six insider secrets that’ll give you a head start: 1. Listen to … [Read more...]

3 Profitable Niches for a Flower Farming Business

Flower production is one of the fastest growing crop trends in agriculture today, with strong demand for all types of flowers, especially unique or hard-to-grow varieties. According to a U.S.D.A. Horticulturist, a good flower grower can produce and … [Read more...]

Growing For Market – How to Start a Flower Growing Business

If you enjoy gardening, and want to turn your gardening hobby into extra income, think about growing flowers for profit. Flowers are among the most profitable plants, producing one of the highest returns of any specialty crop. You can get started … [Read more...]

How To Start a Flower Farming Business

If you enjoy flower gardening, and want to turn your gardening hobby into extra income, think about growing for market. Flowers are among the most profitable plants, producing one of the highest returns of any specialty crop. You can get started with … [Read more...]

Growing Flower Bulbs For Profit

The average bulb grower in Holland sells almost $200,000 worth of bulbs every year, most to cut flower growers who use the bulbs for growing flowers, then toss them out and buy new ones the next year. The Dutch bulb growers have found flower bulbs … [Read more...]