Oh the humidity!

It’s been hot, hazy and humid this month and some flowers thrive in these conditions! Dahlias are native to the mountains of Mexico and the blooms start to get going as summer ends and the nights turn chilly.  Good quality compost remains a staple on Celadon Hill as we use it along with cover crops in our “no-till” practices. This month we are busy making deliveries to floral designers as weddings come back in full force. We’re also at Overlea Farmer’s market on August 21st, September 18th and October 2nd. Need flowers during the week? We offer Petal Pick Ups Monday through Friday, order online and pick up from our flower stand! We’re also excited about our new cool, soft, comfort color t-shirts! They will be available this fall, just in time for gift giving! This week, visit us on Instagram or Facebook for a chance to win one! Random…

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May Flowers

May opened with a delicate mix of color and texture with Amsonia, Geum, Ranunculus, Clover, Solomon Seal, Cerinthe and Dianthus!  La Belle and Amandine Ranunculus stole the show in so…

Quiet

Wintertime quiet is a favorite time of year. I love to take long chilly walks, read, study seed catalogs and learn from seasoned professional growers. Books on my list include…

Grateful

I’m grateful for many things this season. The overwhelming response to our Paperwhite sale was a lovely surprise and thrilling to know people like to see things grow. We sold…