Amy is the skipper of this whole adventure.  She imagined what could be, chose the roots, got them into the soil and coaxed them to grow and flourish.  After four years, when the plants were mature enough to harvest, Amy did something else, a week before harvest she fell and broke four bones in her foot.  When her sisters, Monica and Sandra heard, they were on the next plane to come and help out. The three had so much fun working together that summer they decided to make it an annual event.  Amy renamed the business from the Alaska Flower Girl to Alaska Flower Girls Peony Farm.  When Amy isn’t working on the day-to-day business of farming, she works at the award winning Homer Public Library.