ESSEX — When Melissa Glorieux lived in San Francisco she went to a lot of farmers’ markets, since two of her favorite things are eating and local produce. She loved being around the farmers, “that casual, hands-on feeling about what they’re doing.” So Glorieux, a Falmouth native, decided to move back to Massachusetts and become a farmer. But she decided that rather than cultivate produce, she’d grow flowers.
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