Tips & Tricks for Beautiful Summer Roses

Tips & Tricks for Beautiful Summer Roses

July 17, 2020

The barn: the heart of our farm

The barn: the heart of our farm

April 08, 2020

Our farm needs your support!

Our farm needs your support!

March 22, 2020


Mother's Day Bouquet Shop

Mother's Day Bouquet Shop

March 17, 2020

Florists, we're here for you

Florists, we're here for you

March 16, 2020

We're back for our 2020 season!

We're back for our 2020 season!

March 09, 2020


Going organic from the ground up!

Going organic from the ground up!

March 08, 2020

Building the Romantic European Farmhouse of our dreams

Building the Romantic European Farmhouse of our dreams

March 06, 2020

Infertility, Miscarriage and Adoption: Sharing our story with hope

Infertility, Miscarriage and Adoption: Sharing our story with hope

February 25, 2020


Japanese Beetles: Prevent your roses from being eaten by summer's worst pest

Japanese Beetles: Prevent your roses from being eaten by summer's worst pest

August 13, 2019

Taking on Thrips Naturally

Taking on Thrips Naturally

August 12, 2019

Old fashioned roses, grown the old fashioned way: Our reality of flower farming and building sustainability

Old fashioned roses, grown the old fashioned way: Our reality of flower farming and building sustainability

June 01, 2019


rose planting: getting roses off to a great start for many years of beauty!

rose planting: getting roses off to a great start for many years of beauty!

March 10, 2019

rose pruning: a little work for a great reward

rose pruning: a little work for a great reward

January 28, 2019

It's January in California and that means rose pruning time! To be honest, up until recently I've always dreaded pruning, not because of the work involved, but because it meant stripping my roses down to naked canes and the lack of beauty in my garden. It was only recently that I've learned to look at pruning as a period of rejuvenation - a new beginning for my plants.

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