As a kid, flowers were the main thing anyone associated with me. I’d gather whatever wildflower varieties I could find around our beautiful home and arrange them in a cup near the fruit bowl. To my dismay, the flowers would die off quickly. It wasn’t until a little later that I discovered the fruits weren’t good for the flowers (the internet didn’t have this information then!)
My childhood love for plants grew into a passion that influenced my life choices. I’ve always made decisions that bring me closer to nature and warmth. I work at a local plant nursery in rural Montana, and my neighbors never cease to be pleasantly shocked at the amount of flowers and plants I keep in my house.
This blog is an extension of my lifelong desire: to grow plants that make people happy, and to grow them well. Working as a certified nursery professional, I grow a large variety of plants in different atmospheres and under various conditions. I research processes that make plants thrive. I conduct field trials and keep to heart the best practices for cultivation, both indoors and outdoors.
Hoping to inspire fellow plant enthusiasts and nature lovers, I decided to share the knowledge I’ve gathered in my career through this blog. You can always reach out if you have any questions you’d need answers to or topics you’d like me to talk about.