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March 24th 2014

Promises, promises.

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It’s that time of year again. The time of year when everything starts to collide. Seeding, planting, weeding, harvesting, delivering…’s a beautiful, exciting, overwhelming and slightly hectic time. My current to-do list is now spanning three entire pages and we have one more sunny day before the rains return so I’m making hay while there’s still time.

I’ve got the favorite foliages post half way done plus a wonderful farmer-florist interview nearly uploaded. My orginal goal was to have them up last week but obviously that didn’t happen. So, hopefully in the next couple of days.

Also, we’re pushing back announcing the workshop scholarship winner until late week. With over 100 entries to read, we need more time. And let me just say, it’s going to be really, really hard to choose. There are so many amazing entries, so many beautiful stories…..we’re all pretty blown away.

And lastly, a HUGE thank you to everyone who filled out the Flower Book survey!!! I was praying we could round up 100 responses but we’re at 850 and climbing. Unbelievable! If you still haven’t filled it out and would like to, you can do so right HERE.

Thanks a million for your patience and overwhelming enthusiasm!


  1. andee on

    I can’t get enough of your blog! Your flowers are so incredible! Your series on Sweat Peas inspired me to try them this year. Have you ever considered putting a search bar on your blog? I was wondering if you had posted any information on poppies and I would love to be able to search for it. Not that I mind combing back through your old posts ; )

  2. VillageRat on

    That make of boots is considered a staple of Alaska, as every fisherman, farmer and others use it.

    To see them next to a beautiful arrangement just made my day.

    Looking forward to all the future posts.

  3. Corina on

    Ahhh, honey? You lovely, crazy, busy lady? Are you stopping every now and then for a breath and a break? If not, I’ll come down there and whoop your butt!

  4. Jordyn on

    You’re arrangements are gorgeous! Love that picture.


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