Fall is upon us. We know this because we’re finally remembering to breathe. As farmers and home gardeners, we’re always moving forward, nurturing the spaces around us and doing a bit of growing ourselves. We learn, we try new things, we fail, we succeed, we learn some more. And we keep on moving. Well, it’s…
Cherries will be available soon. We will be offering 1 lb, 8 lb, and 18 lb pack. Certified Organic. Cherry Prices: $6.00/lb; $40/8 lb box; $90/18 lb box. U-Pick Lavender Prices: $8/bundle or 3 for $21.00. We will provide basket and scissors. Bring your cameras! or paint brushes….
Wednesday thru Saturday 9:00 to 4:00 pm. June – September. Will be open Sundays during cherry harvest, Lavender Festival, Peach Festival and Wine Festival. Whenever possible we can a make appointments during non-scheduled hours.
BLOW OUT sale! All tomato plants $2.oo each when you buy 5 or more. May hours: Thursday – Sunday, from 9:00 to 4:00pm. Starting June we will be open Wednesdays.
Time to prune lavender plants! This is when we prune our plants, we are almost done with our 15,000 plants! We hedge back 1/3 of the plant or if the plants are small, we trim down to three leaf nodes above the wood. On large plants a hedge trimmer works great. For 1 to 2…
We are opening this Friday, April 24th. Check out our plant list. Much to choose from for your vegetable, herb and flower gardens.
We are coming to close to opening our greenhouses to the public – April 24th! I have updated my lavender plant list. Take a peak. LavenderPlantAvailability I am coming close to running out 2 1/2″ pots for wholesalers. There are still some exciting cultivars left. Keep in touch. I will be posting my annual vegetable, flower…
Decorate your house naturally with dried lavender and flowers. Checkout our wreaths.
We are propagating for next Spring. make sure to get your order in early to guaranty desired quantities and varieties. LavenderPlantAvailability
Thank you everyone for your business this season. We hope next year we will have this fickle but delicious crop once again! They are still the “best cherries in town”.