These days we're busy on the farm getting ready for the upcoming Spring. Britt and I have used the "off-season" (if that's what you want to call it), to connect with new brides, finish up the flower studio, establish new plant beds and prune the monsters of trees and shrubs that we have around the farm. While we love the warmer weather and what is on the horizon, we're trying to slow down as much as we can to be present around here and with our girls... in a blink of an eye it will be September.
As March comes flying in, we have ranunculus budding, tulips coming up and foxgloves continuing to look happy. Blooming flowers are always a sight for sore eyes and around the farm we have hellebores, quince, daffodils, and forsythia bringing light and color, and a promise that Spring is coming .