May 20 Newsletter

The flowers are growing
So beautiful and bright
All nature is glowing
What a fabulous site

Mothers Day Tea At The FarmWhat a great spring it turned out to be. It’s so lovely.

My Mother’s Day Tea was fabulous. I had 42 guests. I’ve been in business 41 years and have had a lot of events but this one was the frosting on the cake. What a gift for me. The china, linen, fabulous food, flute music and elves was perfect. The weather also did great!

I got to meet new friends, see old friends, church ladies and visited for 2 hours. What a day.

The elves were a well oiled machine. Food was served when needed. The tea was made by a 17 year old elf. That was a gift. I don’t drink tea and I sure didn’t know how to make it.

We are planting the fields. The cold crops are in for the first go around. I don’t have tomatoes or peppers in yet. There is plenty of time. We replant beans, lettuce, kohlrabi, green onions, dill, cukes as we need later crops to harvest.

For Your Garden
For Your Table
Tomato Plants Local Asparagus
Pepper Plants Organic Eggs
Herb Plants Organic Rhubarb
Rhubarb Plants Tomatoes, Canada
Garden Seeds Vidalia Onions
Seed Potatoes California Garlic
Onion Sets Red Potatoes, North Dakota
Meyer Lemons
Homegrown Strawberries Large Limes
Here in June Large Avocados
Organic Bananas

Noble Lion Victoria MNDonna
At The Farm

P.S. The Noble Lion in Victoria is a fabulous place to dine. The food is excellent. Marc, the owner, is my friend. So great to share his passion for his dream!