I wish I could share the scent of the flowers with you!
I always thought it would be wonderful to have a flower farm, but I recently re-read a book that I read as a teenager and it made me appreciate the difficulties involved. All of us gardeners will have failures in the garden from time to time, but how devastating it must be to loose a whole crop of flowers that you are relying on for income.
The book was called "Gull on the Roof" by Derek Tangye, he and his wife gave up the "high life" in London in the 1950's to run a flower farm in Cornwall. They lived in an isolated cottage with only basic amenities, with their beloved animals. Derek wrote many books, mostly about his life in Cornwall, see Friends of Minack for further information.
Bunches of daffodils are so cheap to buy, but bring us so much joy and colour early in the year.