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February 12, 2019

Venue: Tanglewood, MA

Florals: Jayflora Designs

Photographer: Echoes & Wildhearts 

                          Liron Erel

March 13, 2018

Starting the business, before we could afford permanent greenhouses and high tunnels, we constructed an inexpensive 100ft caterpillar tunnel that could be easily managed and moved.

This tunnel is a great option if you need to protect plants for season extension, but you...

March 2, 2018

Growing mums is a great way to extend your growing season. These flowers bloom in late fall when everything else has fizzled out in the garden. Keeping in mind, since they bloom so late in the season (Between Oct-Nov), they need to have proper protection to keep them f...

February 16, 2018

We've tried a few different methods to growing our ranunculus and anemones and we've had success with all.  Most growers will plant them out in the fall and cover with remay under low tunnels, so that they bloom at the first signs of spring. We plant ours later in the...

February 16, 2017

As I am sitting here on a snowy February day, things are finally starting to calm down. The madness of the holidays are over, seeds and plugs are ordered, endless paperwork and receipts are filed, proposals are sent out, CSA dates are picked, field planning notes are f...

March 25, 2016

Over the years I have always started my seeds in a homemade "incubator" located in the greenhouse. It was a way to get optimum lighting and still not have to spend the money to start up those big giant heaters in the greenhouse quite yet.  Using the incubator kept my l...

March 15, 2016

Last Fall Jed and I took on a new project for Jayflora. Every year as Jayflora has been expanding, I have been taking up more and more room at my dear friend, Jim Hoffman's greenhouse at Sand Flats Orchard. He has been so gracious on letting me start all my seedlings a...

February 23, 2016

I don't normally design winter weddings because they are out of my growing season, but when a good friend of mine was determined to use me as her designer and so willing to incorporate as much seasonal material as possible, how can I say no? 

Since early fall, I had bee...

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