Featured blooms this week: Gladiola, Zinnia, Queen Anne's lace, Sunflower and Pink Sunday Sage! Our favorite variety of Zinnia, Pink Senorita, is starting to bloom prolifically. Enjoy! Sunshine promised for next week-hooray!
We're bouncing back! Flowers feature this week include:: Queen Anne's Lace, Zinnia, Sundlower, Gooseneck, Black-eyed Susan, Marigold, Snap dragon, and purple coneflower.
The scene this week on Thursday morning was wet/wet/wet. We did manage to harvest a bit in between thunderstorms. Featured flowers :: Gooseneck, Redbeckia, Daisy, Snapdragon, Zinnia, Calla Lily, Queen Anne's Lace, Asparagus Greens & Lemon Balm
This week's harvest was a pale palette. I think all of the recent rain we've had seems to have limited the more colorful blooms. Green and white are nice enough for now though! (and SUNFLOWERS, already?!?)
Symbiosis :: the interaction that happens when two or more different organisms live in close proximity to one another and the relationship is mutually beneficial. In the natural world symbiosis happens all the time. For example, the fungus (peaking out in the photo above) needs the old wood for food.…
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It's a model used by farmers to enable their farms to thrive even in years of drought or too much rain (or sun, bugs, etc). CSA farms are financially backed by local members of a community who want to invest in the farm. Which means the…
Oh, give us pleasure in the flowers today; And give us not to think so far away As the uncertain harvest; keep us here All simply in the springing of the year. -Robert Frost
I hope this season finds you well and warm. I'm now taking orders for holiday wreaths. I hand-make them with locally-grown greens, pine cones, dried flowers and a little bling. I plan to harvest greens and make wreaths mid-week this week. I hope to have them ready for pick up…
Just as our season officially winds down the garden keeps on giving. Upon walking around we also found the fruit trees loaded with Asian pears and some delicious apples. Thank you for making this season so delight-ful!
Life is good for us here on the flower farm. This week :: SUNFLOWERS, surprise lilies, zinnias, cosmos, black-eyed susans, clovers, more tansy, and wild grasses.