Farm Garden

a day of gratitude

do you ever just stop what you are doing, look around at the life you are building and allowView full post »

What I am Growing: Heliotrope

if you add just one flower to your list this year before heading out to the greenhouse, I wouldView full post »

what’s growing in the garden – march edition

I can’t even believe I am writing about what is growing in the garden in march. to be honest,View full post »

what I’m growing: Sunflowers

I am by no means a ‘master gardener’ but I do have a passion for growing fruits,View full post »

the weekend lens

we arrived home on the farm Friday evening and I can’t even explain to you how comforting itView full post »

Garden Book Review: Groundbreaking Food Gardens

Yesterday, I opened every window at our farmhouse and let the warm breeze inspire me to startView full post »

plans for preserving the harvest – 2015

I have been thinking a lot lately about the direction I would Iike to see this blog take in theView full post »

Garden Cleanup

This past weekend I took to cleaning up my vegetable garden as well as cut down most annuals that IView full post »

Farewell Summer

The last couple of days have been quite a startling change from the heat of Summer we had beenView full post »

My 2014 Garden

You guys, this year my garden has been a true labor of love. Having a small baby, taking on aView full post »

Strawberry Patch

Recently, Adam and I planted over 100 strawberries in my new garden. We have been dreaming aboutView full post »


Its finally that time of year again where one can find themselves in the garden as soon as dayView full post »

Morning in the Garden

This morning Hudson had me up at the crack of dawn, which didn’t bother me too much as it wasView full post »

Cutting Garden

If you are like me, you grow the flowers you really love in your garden only to feel bad when itView full post »

Patience is a virtue..

I don’t know about you but this time of year always tests my patience in the best wayView full post »

Garden Planning

While I admit taking over a large established yard with mature trees, established flower beds andView full post »