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Top FAQs About the Business of Growing Flowers

If you have the plan to jump into the business of growing flowers, you need some knowledge in advance to help you manage. If you want to be successful in this undertaking and make a good profit, here are some of the top FAQs and the answers you’ve been seeking:

1. What flowers should you grow?
When starting in the business of growing flowers, start small. Choose a few flowers to grow to check which work the best. Listen to your clients and make a research on what flowers is the current demand for. Begin with the most popular and sought after flowers and once you start earning you can maximize your inventory.

2. Can you utilize chemical fertilizers?
You could, but it is advisable to only make use of organic fertilizers and materials. This will make the flowers grow naturally, without any added stress to the plants. Using organic materials ensures that your flowers will be healthier.

3. Which perennials are best to grow?
The following are the best types and highly-recommended: Allium, Veronica Longifolia, Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum, Lavandula, Achillea.

4. Which annuals are best to grow?
Celosia, Antirrhinum, Consolida Ambigua, Godetia, Helianthus Annuus, and Salvia.

5. Where should you sell your flowers?
There are plenty of great places where one can sell the flowers. For example, farmers’ markets are still drawing large crowds of people eager to purchase flowers from the local growers. You can also set a roadside stand and talk to hotel and restaurant owners – they often need constant supply of fresh flowers. The bigger network of contacts you create, the more sales for you.

6. Does this job require a full-time commitment?
No and that’s the best side of it. Even though your flowers need maintenance and care, this doesn’t mean that you need to leave your job and commit your life to this. You can be successful as a flower grower even by spending a few hours every week.

7. What woody ornamentals should you consider?
Lilac, bluebeard, forsythia, bittersweet, flowerthorn and heavenly bamboo don’t require much work, but they can bring in a considerable profit.

8. Why should you grow bulbs?
They are more or less easy to grow and are also popular. Moreover, with enough care, most of them multiply. In addition, bulbs which are grown not in their season lead to a very good profit.

9. Are mail deliveries profitable?
They can be a great way to earn more money, especially if you offer flowers that are usually hard to find and exotic flowers. If you place a classified ad that runs repeatedly in magazines and newspapers, chances are you will get noticed.

10. How do you make customers keep coming back?
Not only should you grow great flowers, but you should also offer good customer service. Make sure you keep in touch with your clients; you could start a mailing list. This way you can email your clients about any deals or coupons and all sorts of news. This is a great way to keep your customers coming back and to preserve the communication on a good level.

Growing flowers as a business can be quite fun and a very enjoyable way to earn money. You can turn your backyard nursery into a business place and start earning in no time. Simply follow these easy suggestions and you will be able to start the business and succeed in it.

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