Dating the flowers

Every Friday evening for the past few weeks Sam and I meet up around 6 pm. We head out to the garden with our buckets of water and pruning shears to be swooned by the blooms. We harvest bucket after bucket of bright oranges, dreamy pinks, glowing greens and many…

Preperations at the Farm

This past couple of weeks every spare minute has been spent getting the garden ready for this year's flower season. :: rototilling :: planting :: watering (+ watering, watering, watering and more watering!) :: pruning/harvesting :: enjoying ourselves :: basking in blessings

inspiration from afar

I can't help but troll the internet for good flower/gardening ideas. The folks at the Royal Horticulture Society over in Britain have some pretty marvelous flowers and creative ideas for attracting pollinators. Check out this video from last year's flower show. (I'm not able to embed the video directly here,…

Are you ready? I am!

This is the last week to sign up for this year's flower CSA season. The garden's already blooming away. I couldn't help harvest these lovelies in the cool air early this morning. I started just making one arrangement for a healing friend, and then one for the yoga studio, and…

Peonies :: a poem by Mary Oliver

This morning the green fists of the peonies are getting ready to break my heart as the sun rises, as the sun strokes them with his old, buttery fingers and they open — pools of lace, white and pink — and all day the black ants climb over them, boring…

wreath sale, Dec 10th, 3-5 pm

Delight Flower CSA is excited to offer locally grown, handmade evergreen wreaths for the holiday season. Wreaths are a beautiful way to welcome you home and friends into your home. Wreaths will be around $20 each and range from classy and simple to colorful and weird: take your pick. These…

this time of year

This time of year... :: Leaves carpet the earth. :: Annuals are piled for the winter. (Seeds are fair share for the birds and other critters.) :: Perennials get marked and labeled so that in spring I don't accidentally plant over them. :: Frost knits a lovely lace over everything.…