Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Fully settled into fall

The colors of autumn have fully descended on the shop: deep maroons and oranges from the field, earthy browns in our new pottery from Akiko, the deep hues of fall vegetables. But first, one last glimpse of a late summer wedding bouquet, simply garden roses:

At this time last fall, the fields had shut down. This year, the marigolds keep going and going, and the bees are are pleased as bees can be.
And here's a recent arrangement made in the shop.... with my cappucino from Sitka and Spruce in the corner.



1 Comments:

Blogger Sara Lawrence said...

The flowers do seem to be producing especially well this fall. Is it just that we had such a mild summer here that something like a Dahlia has a lot more bloom to give? I'm enjoying the extended season of flowers and the blue skies needless to say!

It's a pleasure getting to read what a local gardener and her flower farm is busy doing... A good source of inspiration. Thanks for the posts!

Sara

October 20, 2010 at 10:45 AM  

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