Friday, May 21, 2010


It's never a bad time to be patriotic! The red, white, and blue has begun to show up in a fun display in our front window complete with a vintage child's uncle sam outfit! You won't see too many of these around, and it is completely handmade. To see more pictures of it you can check out Sara's Etsy page.

Paris Shabby Chic

Come check out our newest display: Paris Shabby Chic! Complete with "Paris" dress forms, oval clocks, clock face drawer pulls and magnets, black and white hangers, linen table runners and placemats, and much more!

Chick Order

Here's what is coming on June 11:

25 Ameraucana Pullets
25 Barred Rock Pullets
25 Silver Laced Wyandottes Pullets
25 Rhode Island Red Pullets
25 Silkie Asst. Bantams St. Run
10 Mille Fleur Pullets
25 Black Sex Link Pullets

I will add and delete from this list as we hear what more we can add or they cannot ship!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Looking for a hanging basket for your porch or patio? We have all kinds of baskets in many different colors! Even some specially for sun or shade, from geraniums to begonias. If you haven't checked out our vegetable and herb greenhouse, you are in for a real treat! We have six different varieties of basil in: Sweet Italian, Bush, Red Rubin, Sweet Dani-Lemon Basil, Sweet Petra Dark Basil, and Magical Michael basil. We are also fully stocked on tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers (spicy and bell peppers), herbs, onions, garlic, potatoes... you get the picture!
Well, our Organic Gardening class went well on Saturday the eighth! Lots of gardeners showed up to hear Dale Smith and Emily Rinck talk about everything you need to create your own successful organic garden. The "students" sat on our comfy bales of straw while sipping lemonade and nibbling on cookies. Our famous Farmhand cat, Noel, even stopped in to listen for some gardening tips. Watch our blog for news on our next class sometime soon!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Mother's Day

Give mom something she will have throughout the summer with one of our many planted flower containers. Sara even painted them with chalkboard paint so you can change the message - from Happy Mothers Day to Happy 4th of July to Please Remove Your Shoes!
So please remember to tell your Mom "Thanks and I love You" on Sunday. Being a Mom is one of the best and hardest jobs I have ever had. So thank you for being a good Mom too - cause the world needs us to turn out good kids. Have a relaxing day... Mary