The Colors of Spring
The Daffodils are a bright beacon amongst rows of an ever increasing green while the trees begins to glow with newly unfurling buds. With the arrival of the Hummingbirds, the emergence of more and more Butterflies, Bees, and bugs, and the early spring flowers that rely upon their pollination and that they also rely upon for food, it feels like the world is waking up to color!
The Tulips got the message and have begun gaining their tinted petals while the Dandelions bloom fiercely proud of their important standing as the first bee food. Even the clouds shift from dark and stormy to bright and clear.
There will be more golden-, peach-, and cream-filled Daffodil Bouquets available at the market mixed in with the early bloomer Tulips. The lime green Mild and speckled burgundy Spicy Microgreen Mixes will be next to the nutty and dark Sunflower Shoots and the sweetly gray green Pea Shoots. The cheerful Meyer Lemons are waiting in the online store and the Rainbow Eggs filled with a golden yolk are all nestled in their cartons waiting to break free, while the creamy dreamy Duck Eggs chill in the cooler with visions of lemon curd and cake!
Which ones will you take home this week?
The Peonies are coming up and unfurling their fascinating leaves, but first when they emerge they look like alien hands that are pushing up from an earthen grave.
The Dragon Dome got a new tail!!!
Now the heat can really be let loose without it needing to be dismantled or broken by the wind. It required matching funky angles on a geodesic dome which demands both time and patience, two things I don't have in abundance, so big big thanks to my parents for using up all of their time and patience to get it fixed!
What's available this week?
Where to find it all?
I'll be at the Farmers Market at Libby, this Thursday from 3-630pm!
I'll be at the Troy Farmers Market, this Friday from 330-630pm!
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I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.