Much has happened since the last time I updated this website. Not to bore you with a lot of details but, my husband was in a serious accident in 2015. Through the grace and mercy of God almighty he is now functional even though not 100%. I will take that! Then 2016 has been a strange year weather wise. I was not even going to attempt to put a garden in as I was struggling physically. However, we got a great garden in and then we got a LOT of rain only to turn dry. Needless to say the garden did not do very good. I am now beginning to take interest in working the ground again so there may be a winter garden. We will see. The only things I have right now are mostly herbs: cilantro,rosemary, thyme, lemon thyme, peppermint, and green onions. One of the things we were able to accomplish this year is putting trees in for the bees. We also planted 40 rosemary and 40 thyme. Most of these have survived. So once again if you are looking for rosemary to cook with or decorate with or thyme please go to the store page and order it. If you are local I will be glad to meet you some where and deliver it. You are also welcome to schedule a time to come pick it up.
This is a sample of the evergreen onions that are so wonderful in salads. I use these a lot in cooking and almost always add them to my salads. These onions are sold in bunches of about 13 for $1.75. That does not sound like alot but, it actually is a considerable amount. It is at least as many as you will get at the grocery store. These are a delight in cooking for the holidays. I have these onions most of the year. If you want some of these please go to the store are and click on green onions and add them to your cart.
These eggs are from free range hens who are feed organic feed in the mornings and then allow to forage in the 2 acre pasture. I have heard more than 1 comment about the difference in the taste of these eggs and those purchased at the local grocery store. If you have never had FRESH eggs you need to try them. I started out with a mix and then went to Americana hens. Now I once again have a mix so the color of the egg varies depending on which hen laid it.