Behind-the-Scenes Flower Farming: Join Our Shadowing Sessions


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Embark on a Captivating Journey into Specialty Cut Flower Farming!

Are you nurturing dreams of becoming a business owner and yearning for a behind-the-scenes look at this swooning industry? Rooted Flowers extends a warm invitation to join our exclusive 'Join Our Shadowing Sessions' led by Becky – the grower, creator, dedicated entrepreneur, and mom to three. Prepare for an enlightening experience that will leave you not only inspired but also empowered.

During two immersive, unfiltered hours, you will find yourself at the heart of a genuine workday at Rooted Flowers. From tending to vibrant blossoms to overseeing daily farm operations, you will glean priceless insights into the life of a floral industry entrepreneur.

After your two-hour shadowing adventure, take a one-hour break to recharge your spirits. Then, dive into an open-floor session where you are encouraged to pose any burning questions about entrepreneurship, flower farming, working with family, and more.

The May date coincides with Mother's Day, and the June dates align with multiple event weekends. These dates have been intentionally selected to provide you with a genuine behind-the-scenes experience.

The beauty of this experience? You don't need any prior business ownership or farming experience to participate. It's open to aspiring entrepreneurs, stay-at-home parents, or anyone with a passion for business, family, and farming. Regardless of your background, this immersive adventure is designed to spark your inspiration and fortify your path to success. This experience is uncut and authentic, providing you with an unfiltered glimpse into our world.

Portable restroom access will be provided. Please note that each ticket is valid for one adult, and this workshop is exclusively for adults.

For further details and policies, please refer to our Terms & Conditions page. Don't miss this opportunity to kickstart your growing journey!

The aerial photo is taken by Jamie Malcolm-Brown of