1: Foliage for cutting

Why is foliage in a cutting garden important? 

Roz Chandler started her flower farming business ten years ago. This podcast is for you if you want to learn more about growing your own cut flowers. Roz will cover various subjects including setting a patch, your soil, manure and compost, seeds and germination, perennials and biannuals, foliage, and so much more.

In this episode, your host, Roz Chandler, shares her recommendations for growing foliage in your cutting patch. Useful and practical advice is given.  Foliage refers to the leafy parts of a tree or plant and is often overlooked in a cutting garden. Roz explains why we need to plan in advance to have enough foliage.

You will learn: 

  • The top ten foliages you could grow in your cutting patch 
  • The characteristics of each one and how best to grow them 
  • How each foliage is best used in your arrangements 

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