This past week has seen daytime temps reaching almost to 70F°, and even though officially we are 9 days away from “spring”, folks, it’s HERE!
These images were taken over the past couple of days. On the left, is a ‘Texas Scarlet’ Flowering Quince, in the middle,one of our many pansy varieties. and on the right, a unusual Primula auricula (we grew from plant division!)
We have part of our asparagus order in now, ‘Jersey Knight’ and wow are they large crowns! There are some real whoppers in the bin we have them stored in. Later this month, on Sat. March 28th we’ll have a free class on planting out asparagus, onions and potatoes (see the events calendar on the right sidebar).
This weekend we will be a vendor participating at the trade show at the LOAFA event on Sat. March 14th from 8-5 pm at the Deschutes Co. Fairgrounds in Redmond. If you have a small farm, or are interested in farming on your land, this is the place for you. It has some great classes, here is the flyer: http://www.swalley.com/LOAFAposter.pdf
Our bulk landscaping materials have been refreshed and added to! We currently have in stock, sold by the yard:
- 2″-3″ river rock, $35/yd.
- Pea Gravel, $35/yd.
- Hemlock bark, $32/yd. (special price)
- “Airport” or Walk-On bark, $42/yd.
- OMRI organic all plant based compost, $36./yd