Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Soraya Sunflower - Pick of the week August 25

Here is the pick of the week. A beautiful sunflower called Soraya. If you have not picked any sunflowers yet this year, do not put it off any longer. She will only be available for a couple more weeks. Also the Delphiniums are back in bloom. Look at all the colors.

I am also having a little bit of a bucket crisis. Please try to remember to bring one or better yet bring back the one you maybe used earlier this year.
As always, hope to see you this week.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Arts in the Vines - Artisan Fair at Township 7 Winery

This Saturday I will be selling bouquets at the Artisan fair at Township 7 Winery.

This is a great event, featuring Local Artists, Artisans, Crafters, Children's Hands on "Fun area", Local Food Vendors & BBQ, Produce and Flower Vendors (that's me!!), Demonstrations, and Live Music. This will be my third year at this event. It is loads of Fun. So come out to see me and get some flowers.

The Farm is still open. There will be lots of bouquets in the cooler to chose from or if you have picked before, go and pick your own. Don't forget your clean bucket. I will have lots of buckets with me that day so please bring your own. My aunt, Vivian will be in the store.


Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Zinnia Pick of the Week August 12

Zinnias are the pick of the week. What great colors from lime green, pink, purples, yellows, oranges and red.

Here is the Bouquet of the week with orange and green Zinnias, Bells of Ireland, snapdragons and status.
Hope to see you this week. Don't forget your pail.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Snapdragons: Pick of the week August 5th

The pick of the week is Snapdragons. There is so much in bloom right know that I had a hard time deciding what to chose this week. The snapdragons are one of my favourite annuals. They are so beautiful with their rich colors and delicate scent. There are four colors to pick, red, yellow and bronze shown below and of course white. In a mixed bouquet or just on their own what a great flower.