Mixed Container – just planted
Delayed Gratification Workshop…
which are a great way to start up a combination of plants that can later be transplanted into your favorite container, hanger, whiskey barrel or right in your garden for instant gratification.
As someone famous probably said…
“A little planting now, a lot of flowers later!”
To learn more about the benefits of planting in Plant Pies, visit this website.
For a full listing of the 90+ varieties to choose from at the workshop, click here.
NH Grown Pastry Flour & soft cheeses from Brookford Farm. Whole wheat flour coming soon!
We are pleased to carry these N.H. grown items. Stop in and give them a try!
Yes, we are growing impatiens at
Spring Ledge Farm this year.
We will offer 45 varieties of this garden favorite. We will continue to inform and alert our gardening customers about Impatiens Downy Mildew, which is a foliar disease of garden impatiens that is predicted to be a major problem in NH this year. Click here for a list of the impatiens varieties offered at Spring Ledge Farm in 2013.
We’ve set up the outside benches and filled them with our own pansies, violas, linaria, primulas, early-blooming perennials and other cold-hardy plants that can be outside now. Be creative and make up a mixed planter – we have all you need including the pots, soil, fertilizer and colorful plants. We also have some mixed planters already made with bright, spring flowers.
Results of the Seed Sowing
A few weekends ago, we had a great turnout for our 1st seed sowing workshop. Thanks to everyone who was patient with us as we sorted out the seeds! A few dozen people chose to have us grow their seed trays in our greenhouse and here is a picture of their progress.
Most all the seeds have germinated and the early ones like lettuces, zinnias and marigolds already have their first true leaves. These seed trays will be ready to pick up in the first week of May. To the left is the latest picture of their