Hellooooo

Hello friends,

I can’t believe it’s been two years. A lot has happened in the two-year break from blogging, but hopefully this is my return to writing, sharing my personal recipes, and sharing what I’ve learned in my – ah-hem – nearly 50 years (I turn 50 this July).

My interests have evolved so the blog may have more gardening and decorating posts, but who knows? I’ll try to write more often and hopefully you’ll find it entertaining and useful! I’m still making herbal remedies, but the business name has changed to reflect more of ‘place’. The new name is Farm44Herbals and you can find my single remedy tinctures on Etsy. I’m still involved with Montessori, Stott Pilates, cooking, and being a Mum to two adult daughters,  seven chickens, and one Labrador retriever. Life is good.

But, back to the immediate reality. I’m hoping the weather turns for the better. I have 10 yards of loam to mix with peat moss and and then put into three new garden beds. Those plants aren’t going to plant themselves.

Below is a snippet of what’s going on around the farm.

Thanks for sticking around,

Kim

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I’ve been redesigning the front perennial beds. This is the narrow, left side perennial bed. I’ve designed seasonal blooming gardens so there’s a never-ending show of color throughout the spring, summer, and fall seasons. The Mister and I are beekeepers so it matters that there is forage for the pollinators during early spring. Andromeda attracts many different kinds of bees of all shapes and sizes. It’s a VERY busy shrub in the spring. Buzzzzzzzz buzzzzzzz

 

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