This spring and summer we’re offering special events open to the public and milk for sale produced at our new on-farm creamery.
In July this year I will be involved in two different group exhibitions. The first of these will be at ShoreThyme gallery from the 7th to the 19th of July. This exhibition will be a retrospective look at…
Mother’s Day is one of THE busiest periods throughout the entire year for florists! Florists understand just how important it is to all of their customers, and of course, Moms.
It is common knowledge that flowers elicit emotions such as joy, happiness and pleasure, and there is scientific research to back it!
Join with community groups to explore environmental and ecological issues on local and international scales, and work towards making a difference to our habitat.
I am very excited because it was the first time we spent the night on our land and we got a lot of things accomplished like getting electric, water, and more rock on our driveway and I want to share how it all come about.
The Museum of Experimental Science and Innovation in Tokyo is currently featuring an interactive flower installation, called Floating Flower Garden.
Tomato Blight.. There is NEVER a dull moment! I discovered various organic treatments; the base ingredient of which was baking soda. What the hell is Portuguese for Baking Soda, I asked myself?
There are many beautiful reasons to travel the globe and The Hitachi Seaside Park is up on the list. Located just two hours outside of Tokyo in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, the public park is currently in full bloom.
The Corpse Flower, or Amorphophallus titanium, is known for its distinct, rotting flesh smell. “Putrella” has bloomed earlier than expected and is ahead of its usual timeline!
One of the guys I hung out with in college was an architecture student named Alan Aoki, the son of a prominent Northern California florist.
Roses, cymbidium orchids, pretty pink peonies! I am just loving this trend, and desperately hope that it sticks around for years to come.
The Pahiopedilum Callosum originates from areas in Vietnam and Malaysia. It is one of the most highly cultivated and sought after orchids in the world!
Cow health is very important on our farm. We work to keep our animals healthy and comfortable limiting the need for medications.