Flower Farming Surprises

Its November, all the farm clean up is finally finished and the final touches are going into the 2018 Flower Season plans. Now I’m almost ready for a long winters break. …Almost.

September and especially October was a couple of my hardest months I’ve had in a very long time.

They hit me emotionally, physically and spiritually but hey that is life. I’ve learned so much. So thankful I get to share my life with flowers.

Now to embrace all that fall / winter has to offer. I share more in our OCT/NOV newsletter magazine.

Be sure to check out our combined OCT/NOV issue of our newsletter magazine. 

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ADU OctNov2017 NM


Your Alaska Farmer/Florist


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Where did the summer go

I can not even believe tomorrow is September first.  I remember the excitement back in May getting everything in the ground a bit early and every since then its been like watching the kettle boil especially in regards to our dahlias.

They are not liking the weather this year at all. They are blooming and they are beautiful just not plentiful like they normally are. Good thing we planted so many this year.

One exciting new development though has been attending the South Anchorage Farmers Market. We’ve been twice and have pretty much sold out each time. Which blows my mind. I love that our flowers are such a hit.

We will be there again this coming Saturday, September second 9am-2pm.

Come early for best selection and before we sell out.

To catch you up to speed if you haven’t already sign up for our online newsletter magazine.  As of right now every newsletter magazine since 2015 is available and hosted all on one webpage. This will be changing very soon. 

May thru August 2017 NM

Happy viewing and Fall leaves. 


PS. We are still taking orders for business delivery or meet up all the way up to frost. 🙂

Here we GO!

Yes, I’m sure you’ve felt it, you know the warm sun in the afternoons?

I’ve even noticed melting around the bottoms of trees and around my yard. Although last year we didn’t have any snow for me it sure has been nice having it this year. More snow coverage means more moisture for our summer. Hopefully will cut down on the forest fires. 

March for me always brings on excitement as this means flower season is begging for me and its when our first newsletter magazine of the year comes out. 

I keep thinking I’ll get better at blog posting. I guess its time for a blog schedule cause if doesn’t make on my calendar it doesn’t happen.  Oh well our newsletter in the form of a magazine will have to do this month. 

ADU March 2017 NM Cover

ADU Newsletter March 2017

Much love and spring flowers,


Will be bring back flower farm Friday update videos on facebook which I’m going to make live so our flower fans can get the goings on “real time” Will keep you all posted.