We are proud that our Gardens and Woodlands are Certified Wildlife Habitats.
Our gardens are informal mixes of herbs, plants, and vegetables.
We also have several wildflower meadows which is where Kim grows her flowers for cutting and selling.
I sell fresh cut flowers from the gardens at our farm stand.
You won’t find neat tidy rows. I don’t do straight lines. I’m a haphazard gardener, preferring my plantings to be loose like you find in nature.
Garden art, old farm implements, birdhouses, and feeders are scattered in every nook and cranny.
Not weed-free, but Pesticide free.
A koi pond takes center stage in the front yard and delights us with
fish, dragonflies, birds, and beautiful blooms.
Wandering cats, dogs, chickens, and peacocks enjoy the gardens too.
In the summer of 2016, we were honored to have our garden included in The American Horticultural Societies’ bi-monthly publication.
Peanut our little jackrussel
garden fresh flowers
lillies in a bucket
lavender and amaryllis
flowers in farmstand
sunflower at the porch
In the gardens
peonies and my purple studio
sticker by kim plant a pollinator garaden
a bear in our yard
bucket of flowers at fence
roses on the fence
Butterfly in the garden
Sunflowers and white picket fence
My secret garden
Flowers from the garden
buckets of flowers for sale at farmstand
covering the gardens to protect against frost
Taa Daa Sunflowers!
Peafowl under the magnolia
sign at farmstand
barn and house
arrangement of flowers for sale at farmstand
That Cat enjoys the gardnes
sunrise and buckets of flowers
flowers int he garaden
chickens help arrange flowers
our deere tractor
tilling the wildflower garden
buckets of flowers
Mr. Red Dirt watering the sunflower garden
hummer at mandivilla vine