Grape hyacinths close-up
Blooming and Growing on the Farm
J. Foss Garden Flowers
Callas & grape hyacinths in the Greenhouse
Curly willow starts, Rose cuttings, tulips
Hi you all, I will be hiring someone to help out on our farm it’s mostly part time,and seasonal, but it could be more just depending on how everything goes. I have grown flowers for 35 years. I feel this would be a good opportunity for a person who has land and would like to learn how to grow and market flowers. So eventually they could have their own floral business or farm. I was able to do this on a small scale and raise my boys give them summer jobs, I totally feel blessed that my heavenly father look my life this way.
I need some one who enjoys flowers, likes to work outside, sometimes is cold, muddy, rainy or hot and you know sometimes all of these.
Some flowers are heavy and especially buckets of flowers can be. But most of all flower marketing is an early morning adventure, I need a person who can get out of bed at 2 am and drive flowers to one of the metropolitan areas and be ready for fast pace selling at least until 8 to 9 am and then be able to drive home. It’s about a 2 hour drive.This would be needed once or twice a week depending. A good driving record too. Also creativity with wedding flowers or wreath making would be most helpful. You have to be a person who treats people with respect, and cater to their floral product needs no matter how far fetched it may seem.
But this would also involve cutting flowers and planting, setting up irrigation, it could also involve social media stuff, and getting fresh sheet out to customers.
Any way you are welcome to send me a resume, or call 360 520 3264 or a visit to find out more information. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org my website is JFOSSGARDENFLOWERS.COM and I also have a jfossgarden Facebook page.
J.Foss Garden Flowers
1243 state Route 508
Penny Lane Rose blooming in November