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Welcome to Runamuck Flowers! 

I'm on a new adventure with flowers and hope you'll share the adventure with me.

I come from a long line of gardeners.  My grandfather grew his own veggies & herbs, my mom loves her flowers and I love both.  We've had our home for close to 18 years now and a lot of work has gone into the front and back yard over the years.

I use part of the backyard as a mini flower farm.  

Feel free to follow the progression from perennial beds to flower farm beds.  I'll post videos and photos along the way.  Feel free to ask questions and make suggestions.

Stay tuned for more!

Dennis

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Here are the 2 newest beds about to go in.  They are on the end of the Potager garden and will house my bearded Iris.  

I used stakes and string to layout the beds and then used fluorescent orange marking spray paint to mark the lines.  

Next I used an edger and cut the sod on the lines.

Digging up the sod is the next step...least favorite and I'm excited to get it done.  More picks as we progress!

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A few months later and the plants are in and thriving!

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Florists & Floral Designers
 

If you are in the Seattle area and you think using local, seasonal flowers in your arrangements is the way to nirvana, I'd love to chat and become each others champions!

In June of 2022, I will start sending out a weekly availability list for florists. If you are interested, submit the form below and you'll be added to the email list. 
 

If you are looking for something specific, I'd be happy to hear what I can grow for you!
 

Can't wait to chat!

 

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I'm growing these:

Salpiglossis

Scabiosa

Zinnia

Sunflowers

Snapdragons

Cosmos

Dahlias

Liatris

Lisianthus

Poppies

Herbs

Fuschia

etc. (Sign up below to receive a current flower list)