Watching videos is a great way to learn about anything. Luckily, if you like flower farming or even when you are thinking of starting your own flower farm, there are now some excellent farmers around the world who are more than happy to share their knowledge and experience with the rest of us.
YouTube Flower Farming Channels
Via Flower Farming Channels on YouTube. The rise of the ‘vlogger’ in recent years has meant that more and more people are setting up their own vlogs for us to enjoy. Below you'll find eight Flower Farming Channels on YouTube you definitely don't want to miss!
Wonderful flower farming channel from Tony and Denise Gaetz. Specializing in raising cut flowers. Look at all the nice videos on their small family farm in the Willamette Valley of Oregon.
Living the homestead life on a flower farm is what you can see on this channel:
For Your daily dose of urban homestead inspiration you definitely want to see this amazing channel:
Situated in the foothills of the Oregon coast range, Rain Drop has been providing fresh, local, specialty flowers to the Corvallis area of the Willamette Valley since 2000. With over 75 varieties of dahlias and a wide variety of perennials and many different annuals, this is an awesome farm. And so is the channel:
Nicole makes awesome videos on her channel. On this farm, they grow flowers and vegetables on 20 acres.
A Swedish Flower Farm Channel with awesome relaxing videos. Here is a video of the harvesting of Tulips accompanied by calming music:
How wonderful! Josh Sattin teaches us in his videos how to grow flowers. Learn about anything from prepping the soil to pest management to the harvesting process, and finally (like in this video) putting the farm to rest before the next season:
Only started in December 2019, a brand new and fresh channel, ready for some extra followers to keep the good content going! Read her Thursd interview with Beth Syphers about owning her role as a flower farmer. In this video below you learn more about what it takes and means to be a woman flower farmer, from her perspective: