PUBLISHING FEBRUARY 2022

Small Farm, Big Dreams

From Flower Enthusiast to Flower Entrepreneur

In their debut book, Jennifer and Adam O'Neal introduce their flower farming lifestyle and share no-nonsense advice on how to successfully produce flowers whether they be in a raised bed or a quarter-acre plot. Over the past decade, they have gathered  know-how as well as useful rule-debunking tips for anyone who dreams of flowers. This engaging couple shares their expertise  from the heart with a new generation of aspiring growers, gardeners, and flower farmers.

ADAM + JENNIFER O'NEAL
PEPPERHARROW FARM 

 Adam is originally from south Louisiana and spent his childhood days playing in his backyard, the swamps of a nature preserve. That early exposure to the wonders of nature and gardening grew into a passion for being outdoors and growing things. Adam has been a master gardener for many years and has had the pleasure of working and learning in various restored historic gardens throughout middle Tennessee. After years of study, tending heritage gardens, and farm management, he and Jennifer finally found a little piece of land to tend to their own.

 

Jennifer is an Iowa native who inherited her Grandmother’s love of flowers. She is a long-time gardener and floral designer. Her entire childhood was spent on her grandparent's farm and in their garden. She would spend long summer days helping her grandmother sow, tend, and harvest lush garden blooms. Her grandmother was an accomplished floral designer who Jennifer enjoyed working side by side and learning from. She would help her grandmother arrange flowers and soak up knowledge as her grandmother designed for various events or competitions. 

 

"Our twenty-acre flower farm is cozied on the bluffs above Middle River Valley surrounded by the covered bridges of Madison County, Iowa. This beautiful piece of
land is home to our family of five, three dogs,  seven cats who love to welcome guests, six acres of cut flower gardens, butterflies, birds, bees, and plenty of space."