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Slow flowers in Ahuroa Valley: How Aila Morgan Guthrie grew a seasonal-flower business from the ground up Soul Words, Store Hats, Watermelon Plant, Slow Flower, Flower Business, Seed Catalogs, Seasonal Flowers, Flower Farm, Weekend Vibes

A psychology student’s budding business, providing solace when she most needed it, is rooted in the belief that homegrown flowers can heal the mind, body and soul. Words: Cari Johnson Photos: Alistair Guthrie Tucked into brown envelopes beneath Aila Morgan Guthrie’s bed are the seeds she will sow in the coming months and years, all neatly arranged and labeled. Aila, 20, has big plans for her little darlings. The only (slight) challenge is finding room for the cosmos, poppies and zinnias that…

Dianne Rouse
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What?! What does this even mean?! Obviously you need flowers in your field to sell flowers right? Right. But… you just said I didn’t? You don’t. Huh? You can sell flowers before your field is blooming, even as a first year flower farmer. If you want to treat your flower

Trish Puyleart
Life can take you down paths you least expect. From an office job in the city to a flower farmer in the country - it's been a wild ride these last few years. Sharing all about how I got here and why it's the best job I've ever had.   #flowerfarmer #flowerfarm #lifeinthecountry #wahmlife #floristfarmer #slowflowers #mycountrylife Flowers Business, Slow Flower, Growing Cut Flowers, Flower Farming, Garden Rocks, Flower Growing, Cut Flower Farm, Homestead Ideas, Flower Business

A little while ago, I put a call out on Instagram Stories for any questions out there about our Cloverhill Flowers business. The most commonly asked question was how did we end up doing this in the first place. I realized I probably haven't really shared the story for those who haven't been following along

Amanda Gordon - Life at Cloverhill