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Term 1 - Week 9 - Last week of term

Term one is over! Actually it’s term 3 for me since I started half way through last year. I finished off my pests and diseases assignments and successfully did my plant ID test. 158 more words

Up and Downs

A day of ups and downs at The Farm.


  • In the orchard two of the new apples trees, Tom Putt and Farmer’s Glory, have unexpected blossom.
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Monthly Masterclass: December

Do it: Sharpen Secateurs

  1. Sharp secateurs give a clean cut which is better for plant health and makes pruning or dead-heading significantly easier. The winter months are a good time to carry out essential secateurs maintenance in preparation for the season ahead.

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August 5th, 2016

The August weddings kicked off with a great start from my personal perspective: our very first bride happened to be my best friend from grade school. 831 more words


Blushing Bride

So… I’ve fallen a little behind on my blogging this summer. Last time I posted, it was early May – the weather was dreary, people were anxious to trade in their rain jackets for swimsuits, and I was spending my free time yearning for all of the fun that summer would bring. 713 more words

Vase Bouquet

Saturday, July 16th


What a crazy weekend for a first post. We had not one, but TWO gorgeous weddings to put together, which meant our shop was jam-packed with fancy flowers, and of course our brides had two different ideas for what they wanted so we really had to shift gears from one thing to the other. 701 more words