With her roots deep in the soil of Texas, it was perhaps inevitable that Rita Anders would end up a farmer.
After all, she grew up on a dairy farm in Weimar, Texas, where her grandfather started farming in 1937. Her family also grew peaches and pecans.
What wasn’t so inevitable was that she would become a flower grower, a wedding flower designer and an advocate for locally grown produce. All that came from within her. The result is Cuts of Color, a thriving Certified American Grown flower farm 90 miles west of Houston that produces a wide range of flowers that are harvested year-round.
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