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Reaping the Rewards

By October 8, 2020General

Reaping the Rewards

Rolling into October, our calendar has become stacked with a myriad of projects and chores as we navigate a safe path through the virus. So many of you have taken up gardening and now is the time where we get to reap the ultimate benefit from all of our hard work. Yummy vegetables are plentiful and we are learning how to enjoy and extend the blooms of our flowers. On October 17th, we will be holding a workshop about how to create compositions with fresh flowers that hold their shape and color when dried. Space is limited to insure proper social distancing.

In celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, October 12th, we will have freshly harvested apples and locally made cheeses available in the barn, as well as special combinations of our favorite bulbs that can go in the ground before Thanksgiving and bring you lots of joy when they sprout in the upcoming spring .

Due to the popularity of our summertime Floral Subscription, we are starting a new four week round of seasonal floral subscriptions available for Friday pick ups starting October 16th. Grab one for yourself or give a great gift to some one who could use a smile on a stem or two!

BIG holidays are ahead of us, and we have had many questions about when our unique dressings will be available for you to deck your halls. Please know we are working on getting it all out as early as possible. It is our greatest wish to help make your homes extra cozy for the holidays. In the meantime, we have creepy, crawly Halloween coming in hot! We will have another one of our Instagram Live Artist Talk with the funny and fantastic Jonathan White of Odd Inq Pottery this coming Friday, October 9th at 4:30 PM EST.

Keep your creativity flowing through the fall. Work on making your nest as warm and cozy as can be. This will be a new and different way of gathering this season, but gather we must in a safe and socially distant manner. Beauty is a calming comfort in the months to come. Keep that in mind and be kind to your neighbors and fellow human beings. Be good to the Earth that provides us so much of all of the above.

Author Alex Smith

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