WHATS HAPPENING AT THE FARM
What a lovely, charming property! The tour guide took us through their creative landscape, informing us along the way of all the varieties that we were encountering. Living locally, I so appreciated getting to know the local varieties that thrive in this environment, learning organic gardening methods, the benefits and practicalities of composting, how to handle pests, the list goes on. They had hands-on activities for the kids, which they loved. My son absolutely loved the worm bin, and loved helping water the plants with the bigger kids. When we got back from the tour, we were greeted with farm fresh treats and delicious beverages. After we chatted over treats and tea, I bought a couple clippings of edible hibiscus and longevity spinach, some parsley pesto made with their parsley, and some dried jackfruit. We loved it all. I left feeling inspired and excited to see what we could grow in our own backyard.
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