Slogging Through February

By February 11, 2020General

Slogging Through February

Winter has really thrown us a curve ball this year! It’s snowing then it’s raining then it’s 50 degrees then it’s sleeting! We are all keeping our fingers crossed that the groundhog knows what it’s shadow means and an early spring is on its way. There are a few things we can count on while the weather does the wild mood swing thing: the greenhouses at Snug Harbor Farm are warm and luscious; we are getting more day light everyday and the miniature horses couldn’t be cuter with their woolly coats on.

We’ve tried to give you a few more things to look forward to during this strange month. We have our ever popular Succulent Workshop coming up on Saturday the 15th and there are just a few spaces left. You might want to jump on that if you don’t have a plan.

We’ll be packing up the van and making our annual trip to Hartford, Connecticut for the Flower and Garden Show on February 20th. We love catching up with our friends and fans there and will have new pot shapes and a crop of gorgeous greenery to share with plant lovers in the area.

The month will close out with our ode to spring: a workshop planting forced bulbs and spring branches called Forced Fabulosity. What could be more fabulous than witnessing new growth and having your space filled with the sweet scent of spring blossoms.

The greenhouses are open seven days a week and the shop is preparing to reopen on March 7th. We are lining up more fun and adventure in the months to come so keep an eye on the calendar and ear to the ground for new announcements coming at a rapid pace. Be well Farm Friends!

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