Our products vary with the season. Starting in January we sell cut flowers plus porch pots and porch baskets of plants that are winter hardy, hoping to offer you a little color to blush off the greys of winter. We also sell home made scented candles and hand made garden theme earrings.
As we move into late winter and early spring, our tulips, daffodils and a host of other tinier bulbous blossoms come ready for sale. And our $5 bunches of daffodil blossoms are fragrant and luscious. We sell them at the farm and to our in-town flower route customers.
This season we have added to our product list. We now offer composting worms and packets of veggie and flower seed for sale.
May brings us into full swing with hanging baskets. In 2110 we are featuring several new sizes and shapes of pots full of our lush, healthy flower mixes. Petunias including wave varieties, ramblers, ulatra, dreams, and sonata varieties, to name a few, show themselves off to great advantage. Lovely mixtures of angel wing begonias, calibrachoa, bacopa, nemesia, nierembergia, lobelia, argyranthemum, abutilon, osteospermum and lots more will line our driveway and hang from the blooming apple trees. It's a site to behold!
We also sell a full range of bedding plants, peonies and bleeding hearts, and other perennieal, plus seed, worms, and some hard goods.
Throughout spring, summer, and autumn we carry planted patio and porch pots and baskets as well. With all of this going on, we still make and sell dozens of freshly cut bouquets and arrange wedding flowers.
When frost hits, our world changes here, as does our daily routine. We take down our satellite roadside stands and go to work planting bulbs for spring bloom. By the end of November we also start with evergreen wreaths and table arrangements for seasonal celebrations.
We continue with fresh cut flowers from South America and we do funerals and weddings as well. So, while the year ends, we really never stop.