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A Slow Start to Spring 2018
 

St. Francis is none too happy!

Proof that in this spot on April 13, during the never ending winter of 2018, we had actual sunshine and NO snow!

Almost all new seedlings need a bit of protection this time of year, but even more so this year!

The hoophouse is busting at the seams. These babies want to go outside and play!


Keep the faith -blooms will happen!

Michigan Flower Farm Newsletter

Despite the late spring, planting is slowly happening.
 
As I type this, I am watching it snow Christmas card perfect snow AGAIN! Spring is ridiculously slow to come this year and I hear so many people getting discouraged. Farming is tough, but we are tougher! Every year there are challenges, and we’re just getting ours out of the way early… right? Spring will eventually come and we’ll trade the snow shovels, plows, trough heaters, scowls and cuss words for tillers, shovels, hoes, rakes, hoses, smiles and aching muscles.

Despite the never ending winter of 2018, we’ve got some of our hardier seedlings in the ground and under cover. Our hoophouse and germination shelves are jammed full of almost 20,000 seedlings just waiting to go outside and play. The dahlia tubers are straining in their storage containers. Peonies, tulips, brodiaea, alliums and other early flowers are peeking up, if slowly.

Where art thou spring?
 
To our wedding couples- Please don't forget to schedule your wedding date as early as possible. We've still got some openings through the season, but are filling up fast. Wedding and Event Information can be found here. Thanks!

Printable Price List ~ Prices change throughout the season, but not dramatically. This list will help you to plan your floral budget.


What Blooms When ~ This is a printable PDF of tentative bloom times for most of the flowers we grow. Please be aware that many things determine bloom times and you should always contact us in advance, as this is by no means a guarantee of what will be in bloom.


Florist and Floral Designers ~ For those who don't wish to D.Y.I., this is a list of extremely talented florists and floral designers who work with our flowers. You are also free to use your own florist or floral designer.


Until next newsletter, take care and God bless ~ Michigan Flower Farm
 


"Mom, make it stop"!
 


Michigan Flower Farm
22460 Garfield Rd.,
Northville, MI 48167

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A good motto this season: "Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst".
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