on the home stretch
Belinda @ Wild Acre on
Welcome back to a little bit of normality! Adorable pic of your girls and her chooks! xx
such a beautiful post – love your descriptions of the change of seasons…i am so glad u r finding some time now to stop & rejuvenate yourself..it's often the simple things that can mean sooo much…i also just read your last post – your farm is so beautiful, it must be lovely now when u wake in the morning, to see what new bloom has sprung to life! xxx
Vit och pastell on
Hi, I am a blogger from Sweden and I just recently found your blog. I love reading about your work with the flowers on the farm. Your words about the shiftings in the wether and seasons makes me feel as if I were there to feel it myself. The pictures you take are breathtakingly beautiful.
I really admire the hard work you put in the flower farm.
I love the photo with the chickens–it looks like my daughter, the "chicken mama." Her girls follow her everywhere!
I'm absolutely enamored with your flower farm/blog. I just read the loveliest book, The Language of Flowers, which has me craving a flower farm…but I've always, actually, had that craving. Now that the season is slowing a bit, you might have some time to read! Highly recommend the book, and I loved the author's addendum–a dictionary with the meaning for each flower.
Thanks for sharing the gorgeous photos!
Leave a Comment
Small Plot: Big Impact
Inspiring stories, profiles & advice from 45 flower growers from around the world
McKenzie Powell Designs on
So glad you're starting to get a bit of a break. Also, I saw one very happy Whole Foods customer ooing and ahhing over her newly purchased cafe au lait dahlias… So fun to see your adorable picture in the store!