The Kentucky Department of Agriculture and the Kentucky Horticulture Council (KHC) celebrates the third annual Kentucky Grown Cut Flower Month.
“Flowers grown in Kentucky offer just a piece of what makes Kentucky beautiful,” Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles said. “Bringing that beauty inside your home, your business, or adding fresh cut flowers as the centerpiece to your summer events celebrates what Kentucky’s farmer-florists provide for consumers.”
This is the third annual Kentucky Grown Cut Flower Month co-hosted by KHC and University of Kentucky Horticulture Extension Agents. Each day features snippets on how Kentucky’s farmer-florists make their products available to customers through farmers’ markets, on-farm sales, pop-up shops, CSA deliveries, and other initiatives. During July, the Kentucky Horticulture Council features the unique beauty of cut flowers and growers across KHC’s social media channels.
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