Dahlia Update, Zinnias, Rain Barrel Plumbing: Cut Flower Garden Tour October 2021

Dahlia Update, Zinnias, Rain Barrel Plumbing: Cut Flower Garden Tour October 2021

Welcome to my channel Nicolie Flower House! My name is Terren, and I am a cut flower grower and eco-florist. My cut flower garden is located on a 1 acre suburban home backyard in zone 7b, where backyard flowers are taken to another level. Come see how these local flowers are grown in raised, no dig beds throughout a potager style garden naturally, without pesticides or chemical fertilizers! I grow intensively for maximum flower production and beauty. Achieving a gravity fed rainwater irrigation system is goal of mine that I plant to work on throughout this year. I also hope to improve my succession planting in hopes of a continuous flower harvest during the entire season. Soil and plant health are my top priorities. From how I grow my flowers to how I turn them into works of art, every detail is measured against this standard. Our planet is at the heart of everything I do.

I am also working to innovate new ways to create sustainable floral design. I also hope to showcase how beautiful flowers can be using sustainable methods and to make it mainstream to work with flowers in this way. I grow all of my own flowers making them seasonal, local, and clean. It is with much gratitude that I share my progress and designs with the you. Thank you so much for your interest!





  1. Sarah Miller on October 7, 2021 at 7:53 am

    What is the name of that pale pink celosia?

  2. joel c on October 7, 2021 at 8:03 am

    Love your videos. Your garden is beautiful. I didn’t know mums could get that tall. Do you know what kind they are?. Thanks

  3. Cherree Densley on October 7, 2021 at 8:17 am

    Looks like all your hard work is paying off. Lovely flowers . Hello from coastal SE Australia. I am just planting my dahlias as, of course, our seasons are opposite. How are your roses going , the last time I watched your channel, you were just planting them? We hardly get frosts, sometimes strong winds and hail can be damaging. I was impressed with your rain barrel arrangement. We also collect rainwater but we use underground bore water for the sheep and garden, pumped out with electricity, the Rain water is used for the household. I do enjoy seeing your huge bouquets. Thank you.

  4. Ahava Richardson on October 7, 2021 at 8:33 am

    Is that Jewels of Opar in the arrangement?