Feeding for Harvest.

As spring seems to gently enter, we begin the flow of nurturing and feeding the land. Compost is turned, mixing in all the goodness thrown on the pile over the winter. Mulch is scattered around the new growth and slowly seeds are prepped and tucked into a layer of soil. All in hopes that as we feed her, she will soon share her sprouts to be harvested when they are due.  Onions for our salsas, colorful blooms used to create bridal bouquets and our naked wedding cakes. Beets, carrots and potatoes too. We also like the idea of all our local farm families doing the same. It is just another way we get to share with our community. We like that around here. We hope you do too.

"Everything that slows us down and forces patience, everything that sets us back into the slow circles of nature, is a help. Gardening is an instrument of grace."
May Sarton