What a treat to have a little window of dry, sunny weather this weekend. We made the most of it and hustled to get as much soil work done as possible before another round of blustery spring rains slammed our region for the umpteenth time.
It’s eerie to see so many massive tractors parked in waterlogged fields at the height of spring, waiting, waiting for their chance to break ground. But with only 48hrs of suitable weather, there is much more waiting on the horizon.
I am so thankful that we are a small operation and don’t have hundreds of acres to till in these brief windows of dry. I am also unbelievably grateful that our little plot is positioned a top a big sand bar. This blessing has enabled us to eek forward when most others are stuck.
Chris is getting insanely good with the camera! He took so many twinkly, magical shots, I’ve had the hardest time narrowing down my selection.
If you look close enough, I think you might be able to see a fairy or two hiding in amongst the flowers.
All ingredients from our garden : )
Fall Mini Course
Learn more about growing some of our favorite cut flowers, including tulips, ranunculus, anemones & dahlias