Home educator, businesswoman growing new business

Tara Espinoza/News Tribune photo: 
Amanda Keene started her business, Flowers on Phoenix, in Mid-Missouri during the COVID-19 pandemic. She and her family plant thousands of seeds and bulbs to create a U-pick farm at Tipton where people can make an online appointment and come to the field to pick their own flowers and ask questions about gardening.
Tara Espinoza/News Tribune photo: Amanda Keene started her business, Flowers on Phoenix, in Mid-Missouri during the COVID-19 pandemic. She and her family plant thousands of seeds and bulbs to create a U-pick farm at Tipton where people can make an online appointment and come to the field to pick their own flowers and ask questions about gardening.


Amanda Keene has gone from cornfields to flower gardens.

Growing a business is never easy, and homeschooling three children while doing it seems impossible. Keene is planting the pathway by combining her love for home education and gardening passion into Flowers on Phoenix.

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