Spring Is On It’s Way..

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snowdrops blooming
snowdrops blooming

Our first flowers on our lavender farm..Snowdrops, signs that Spring is on its way!!

I planted 100’s of Iris’s and daffodils in the fall, along with a few Snowdrops, along the roadside around our lavender farm, and in between raspberry plants at the front of our farm. They are showing signs of growth, and hopefully they will produce lovely blooms as spring approaches. Although our lavender plants won’t bloom until the end of May, 1000’s of other wildflowers around our lavender farm, will produce gorgeous color for our enjoyment.

Flowers are like joy to my soul, as I watch them grow, unfolding their fragrant blooms. Their beauty brings a smile on my face, and nothing lifts my spirits better then a walk through my flower garden! As I stroll around my garden today, while the spring rain is falling, I’m excited about the coming season! I can’t help but sing one of my favorite songs, “I Can See Clearly Now”, by Johnny Nash! I eagerly await to see the beauty unfold, as I welcome Spring!!

Lupin, Poppies & Me!
Lupin, Poppies & Me!

Family Reunion In the Old Barn

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Today I booked a family reunion, to be held in our restored Old Barn.¬†One of the major reasons for a family reunion is to catch up with family members who are seldom seen, to reminisce and to make some new memories. Finding the perfect venue for this special event can be a challenge. If you’re planning a family reunion, and need help narrowing down the location, we have the perfect place. Nestled in a pear orchard at our Lavender Farm in the scenic Hood River Valley, with magnificent, gorgeous views of Mt. Adams, and Mt. Hood. Our Old Barn can accommodate over 150 guests, with affordable rates.

We also use the restored 100 yr old barn for Wedding Receptions, private parties, etc. We are excited about hosting this Family Reunion, and would love to host your event. Feel free to call or email for more information.