flowers + reading
Lennie Larkin | Molly DeCoudreaux Photography
Writing a book was a natural progression for flower farmer Lennie Larkin, owner of B-Side Farm, as she looked for ways to share the wealth of knowledge she’d accumulated with others who might be on a similar path. In Episode 117, we take you along as we hear how Lennie’s journey taught her the importance of perseverance and belief in her own story. If you’re currently running a flower farm or you dream of starting one, this conversation is packed with helpful information and resource recommendations.
Lennie set out to write a book that addressed the side of farming that is often overlooked — the business side, as opposed to the growing side. As soon as she learned the business skills needed to make her flower farm profitable, she wanted to turn right around and share them.
In Flower Farming for Profit, Lennie answers so many questions flower farmers have been seeking. With instructive lessons and savvy business tips from her own and other successful farms around the world, she explores:
Juliana McWilliams | Sweet Memories Flowers
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BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Joel McGee
Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee
If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy our interview with Jennie Love. Click here to listen.
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