Help me choose my next batch of cut flowers for fall! Pictured Above: Black-eyed Susan Chim Chiminee from Floret Flowers (a definite yes from me)
I may have gotten carried away when I was ordering my cut flowers this spring. I've read it's ideal to have a few fillers, a few foliages, a few discs (smaller, round flowers), and a couple of focal flowers (mains). However, just because I have a lot of flowers for June and July (hopefully) doesn't mean I have enough to carry me through the fall.
We thought we'd move here and save up enough money right away to buy a home, then coronavirus hit. I lost my job serving and Brad's hours were cut back at the shop. Suddenly, my only companions are my parents and husband. My independence seemed shot, and on top of all of this I still have yet to receive a dime of unemployment or talk to anyone who can help. And yet, I feel closer than ever to the passionate life I've been looking for for years. I feel more inspired than ever being in a place I grew up in.