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Today's  Instagram Live episode of It's Five O'Clock Somewhere with Farmer Bailey was a smashing way to start the New Year together! Thank you for your excellent questions, and for sharing valuable insights with our community.

➡ Lessons learned in 2023
➡ Troubleshooting crops from Aralia to Zinnias
➡ Fellow farmers' best advice
➡ The best planting apps and tools
➡ Understanding Day Length
➡ Your biggest goals and dreams for 2024!

2023 saw the launch of the bimonthly It's Five O'Clock Somewhere series, and we've loved sharing experiences and answering questions in the Live sessions with you.  While Instagram has provided a valuable channel, we need more than the medium can offer… so we’re moving to Zoom!

Save the Date of February 7, 2024 at 1pm ET / 10am PT / 6pm GMT for our big Zoom debut, with a comprehensive webinar on Succeeding with Lisianthus. Engraved invite to follow (via Instagram, blog, and email newsletter.) 

Bare root woody and herbaceous perennials straight from the Netherlands ship in April 2024. Don’t miss upcoming restocks on Peony, Philadelphus, Astilbe, and Hydrangea. Since supplies are limited, first access will go to those who sign up for restock alerts via the Notify Me button on sold-out products.

If you didn't join the Instagram Live broadcast, this and every episode of It's Five O'Clock Somewhere with Farmer Bailey also live on our YouTube Channel. See you soon! 

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