September!  How did that get here?

Onion cleaning
Photo by Yi-Ling Shen

We are thankful to be unfazed by the Hurricane Florence.  We’re ready for the soil to dry out because the next round of transplants are anxious to be in the ground.  Hang in there, little guys…

Next week our crew will take over again as Bert and I head south for some learning.  It’s the first time ever that BOTH of us will attend the annual conference for the Association of Specialty Flower Growers.  We have lots of questions for our colleagues and have lots of planning to do on the drive to Raleigh.

Otherwise, we are working hard to maintain tidiness, keep up with the harvest, and make sure the fall plantings make it into the ground in a timely manner.   Get a peek at some recent pictures here.

Come find the bounty of the harvest at the Wednesday (12 to 6) and Saturday (8 to 2) Blacksburg Farmers Markets.  Our bouquets are delivered to Our Daily Bread every Wednesday afternoon.  And we are booked for the remainder of the year for weddings and events, so talk to us about 2019.

Thank you to our amazing community for a record breaking season! 

Locally and sustainably grown flowers and vegetables