Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Pick of the Week July 29

The Pick of the week is Oriental Lilies. These are fragrant! There are three colors to chose from as show below. White, Pink and Blush.

Not everyone is appreciative of this flowers wonderful fragrance. So here is an idea, if it does not work to have these in the house, try them outside in a covered area. This is my outdoor vase. You get a wonderful scent everytime you walk past. Just make sure the vase does not get direct sunlight. I also put some decorative glass beads in the bottom of the vase to add a little color and also to weight it down, just in case the wind comes up. Judy.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

New Feature on the Blog

I have added a Today's Pick Column to the left side of the Blog. Check it out!!

This will let you know at any given time what we are picking. I will still do a Bouquet and Pick of the week.

I know it will be hot this coming week, but I still hope to see you out picking. Don't forget your pail and sunhat.

Just a quick note regarding pails. A lot of them left this week with flowers which is great. But we need them back soon!! Also a big thanks to all of you that have been bringing me buckets and jars for flowers. It is greatly appreciated.

Judy

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Bouquet and Pick of the Week July 22

The sunflowers are ready to pick. These are the three that are available.
Prada Red Jocker

Panache
The Bouquet of the week is also these sunflowers. I have pick and wrapped bouquets of these three sunflowers ready to go home with you.
For all you dahlia lovers, there will be enough flowers to start picking this weekend. Grab you bucket and your sunhat and come for a visit.
Judy


Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Bouquet and Pick of the Week July 8th

Bouquet of the week. I love this combination, red and white. This bouquet had white asiatic lilies, lysimachia, crocosmium, and alstroemeria. Here is the pick of the week. Pink Asiatic lilies. Isn't this so pretty.
The garden is progressing fast. The snapdragons, zinnias, dahlias and sunflowers are all covered in buds. A few days of heat will bring these flowers on.
Hope to see you soon!!