The end of 2018 brings us fully into our fifth operating season with the greenhouse. I thought it might be fun to share our year-end review, the first one that I’ve ever shared publicly (I enjoyed Denise Duffield-Thomas’ review so much, it encouraged me), to give you the process I use at the end of
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Wow! Time has flown over the last month and it’s been a little while since we’ve published a post. So here it is, our long overdue post for you to see some of the new plants we’ve grown this year. Lofos, Wine Red Vine This beautiful plant can be trained to climb or to trail
Every spring I have a little anxiety. It starts when we begin seeding. What if these little seeds don’t germinate. What if I screw up (and by the way, it’s a guarantee that I’ll screw up, I do every year and every year things seem to work out). What if, what if, what if… and then…..all
Getting geared up to go back to work next week (well, technically I’ve been working from home this week, but it’s been a treat). I’ve been working on some new projects, tweaking our spring planning, and watching a whole lot of @netflixcanada . I’m revealing new spring hours next week along with pictures of our freshly arrived
These adorable little ceramic dishes (to leave treats for the elves, or reindeers, or to plant a little succulent in) are available here , or in store now.
This is my Mother-in-laws favourite candle from Voluspa: French Cade Lavender. It features notes of french cade wood, verbena, and Bulgarian lavender. Beautifully designed with a gorgeous glass container (which we re-use in the greenhouse to grow herbs or paperwhites in), this candle has a burn time of 50 hours. Available in store and online.