We were deeply saddened earlier this year when Bob Segal, husband, father, confidante, partner, and soul mate passed away in late February after a brief battle with cancer. I haven't felt like writing this post but have received many inquiries lately about our annual Open Farm Day which typically occurs in early June during lavender bloom time. For a multitude of reasons, the event will not happen this year. Please know that we sincerely appreciate your continued interest in our farm and thank you for understanding.
It is hard to believe that the year is almost done! Fall has been a busy time! I am still in planting mode as I write this, thanks to some incredible weather that we've had here lately. The farm was the setting for a lovely late October wedding and reception. Congratulations to the happy couple!
A great BIG thanks to everyone for your support and interest this year! Have a great holiday season! We look forward to seeing you in the spring! Merry Christmas!
Hello, November! The weatherman is forecasting freezing temperatures and precipitation (snow?) this weekend, meaning winter is fast approaching. Fall is always a busy time and this year is no different. The lavender plants have received their annual pruning and an assortment of bulbs are in the ground with alot more planting yet to happen! Turnips are coming along nicely...hoping to have these available in time for Thanksgiving. This month's photo is a parting shot of cosmos photographed mid-October. All summer long the back meadow was a spectacular splash of pinks. I hated to see that field bushhogged recently. We thank all of you who came out to the farm for Fall Open Farm Day last Sunday. To borrow the words of one guest, "it was a perfect autumn day." Happy November!