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Rudbeckia- the unsung hero of summer bouquets

publication date: Feb 1, 2017
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Our little flower farm churns out tens of thousands of mixed bouquets and straight bunches every summer for grocery stores, flower shops, and event designers. I am always on the lookout for varieties that are both extremely productive and popular with our customers, who tend to be attracted to new and unusual varieties. Finding flowers that fall into both categories, high-yielding and eye-catching, can be challenging. That’s why I put on variety trials each season, in hopes of discovering new treasures, and finding the very best of the best.

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