Red Dirt Farm and Studio

Living a creative life growing flowers dancing with chickens painting joy

Kim of Red Dirt Farm and Studio

 

sunflower garden

Late summer brings long anticipated blooms from the sunflowers.

Our days have been full with so many projects.

I hope these summer months have been good and kind to your soul.

xo Kim

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  1. LaDy says:

    Beautiful!

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  2. Becky says:

    Lovely!! As busy as you’ve been with all of your projects, I hope you have found some peace this summer, as well!
    Hugs!

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    1. Becky – I find little patches here and there and take them to heart to cherish. Ocean waves in my future will certainly do the trick. Hugs to you. xo

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  3. Southernruralroute.wordpress.com says:

    That close-up of the bee and the sunflower is divine.

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    1. Linda – you are divine for saying so! Sadly we don’t have as many bees as in the past, but the ones we have love love love the sunflowers, as much as I do. xo

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      1. Southernruralroute.wordpress.com says:

        Are you going to save the sunflower seeds for the birds?

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      2. Last year the birds got all the seeds. This year I thought perhaps I would try to save a few to plant next spring. However, the birds are gobbling them up so quick I don’t think I’ll get any.

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  4. Debra says:

    So good to read a post by you again! I’ve been looking at your gorgeous photos-and your art again too….love it all!

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    1. Debra – you always make my heart so happy when you pop in and leave a message. Thank you. xo

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  5. Lisa says:

    It is so good to hear from you! I have been wondering how you and the furry/feathered friends have been doing this summer. Your sunflowers look great! I wish our garden was as green.

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    1. Hello Lisa – our feathered, finned and furry family is growing and happy. It has been a very busy summer. The sunflowers make me beyond happy. Sending you hugs. xo

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  6. Sarah says:

    Hi Kim, Your border looks fantastic with that amazing display of sunflowers. Hope all your projects are processing well! Sarah x

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    1. Hi Sarah – thank you for commenting on the border. Sunflower joy as I call it, so simple yet makes me beyond happy. Hugs xo

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  7. Winter Owls says:

    You are such an amazing gardener Kim, your garden is a blaze of stunning colour!

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