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This week’s Flower Share is bright and happy from the rain this week. Perky zinnias, marigolds, pyrethrum, Mexican hats plus the scents of fennel, Mexican mint marigold and Thai Basil. I’ve been meaning to provide a photo with each stem labeled to clarify each flower, but as you can see…

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Farm Camp season is upon us so we are busy teaching budding farmers how to harvest tomatoes,

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how to care for our rare-breed Guinea Hogs,

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how their word choices (and food choices) affect their behavior (thank you Ms. Selena for introducing the concept of Conscious Language),

[1 Slicing Tomatoes]  [2 Carrots]  [3 Basil]  [4 Potatoes]  [5 Arava Honeydew Melon]  [6 Eggplant]  [7 Cherry Tomatoes]  [8 Peppers, Hot] [9 Cucumber]  [10 Okra]  [11 Fennel]  [12 Bell Peppers]

[1 Slicing Tomatoes] [2 Carrots] [3 Basil] [4 Potatoes] [5 Arava Honeydew Melon] [6 Eggplant] [7 Cherry Tomatoes] [8 Peppers, Hot] [9 Cucumber] [10 Okra] [11 Fennel] [12 Bell Peppers]

and how important it is to support farmers who grow local, organic food, 062514-farm-camp-skip-storytime

that I think you may need to go elsewhere for details. One of my favorite native flower websites (http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=RACO3) is a great place to learn more about what’s blooming.

Hope you enjoy your sustainably grown organic bouquet.

Thanks for your support!