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Field of Dreams

Season 2 Episode 205 | 26m 46s

Jenny Elliott and her husband Luke Franco transitioned from trained musicians into flower farmers and designers, growing their farm from 6 to 40 acres, and planting more than 300,000 annuals each year by hand! These organic flowers are used in stunning wedding arrangements. Planting and harvesting by hand take a toll on Jenny’s back; relief from repetitive bending comes from spinal stretches.

Aired: 03/17/24 | Expires: 03/17/26
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
A ceramicist creates stunning vases and improves her posture in the garden and the studio.
A jeweler mixes natural materials with gemstones; stretches relieve back pain.
A culinary farm-to-table pioneer alleviates shoulder pain while harvesting fruit trees.
Tour private American gardens with experts and learn how to take care of your body.
Join a culinary pioneer for a dramatic dinner and see how he addresses lower back pain.
East and west coast gardens share similarities; a gardener learns to walk tall in both.
A gardener plays with traditional design and finds relief with counter movement therapy.
Desert garden chores of nearly 100 species take a physical toll; stretching offers relief.
A spry 95-year-old walks through her garden and gets help keeping her sure-footedness.
Join the harvest at the largest American saffron farm as gardeners find back pain relief.
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