Harris Seeds is pleased to announce the publication of the 2015 Digital Cut Flower Growers’ Catalog. This catalog was developed specifically with the cut flower grower in mind. Beginning growers who are just starting out as well as experienced growers of field grown cuts will find this beautiful catalog both useful and inspiring.

The catalog has been organized to allow easy access to popular cut flower varieties and cut flower tips that best suit the flower growers’ business. From the Table of Contents find the cut flower variety of interest, and click on the link to be transported to that page. From the flower variety page, the products featured are linked so you can go directly to the Harris Seeds website for more information.

Sunflowers, zinnias and gladiolus are some of the market stand’s top sellers and top performing cut flowers featured in this publication. Also highlighted are asters, cosmos, gypsophila, and larkspur.

The digital catalog is chock full of information for the cut flower grower including how to get started growing cut flowers. Learning the market and creating a plan are the foundations of building your business. The locally produced cut flower market continues to expand and opportunity knocks for growers willing to invest a little time and effort: Local Farmers’ Markets, wholesalers, local florists looking for locally produced flowers, and most recently, CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) offer a number of different market venues to sell product.

Throughout the publication readers will find cut flower growing and harvesting tips as well as marketing tips. Learn how to present cut flowers for market, discover the benefits of single stemmed or branched sunflowers, find out how to and when to cut your flowers, and more.

Harris’ handy Cut Flower Quick Facts Chart is included in the catalog and lists over 120 genera and offers usage by genus, planting method, colors available and product forms available (seeds, plugs and liners, bulbs/corms, bare root).

Click here to download the catalogue at www.harrisseeds.com.

For more information
Harris Seeds
Email: growers@harrisseeds.com