Mothers Day Garden
Yesterday we caught up on garden tasks, after an abundance of rain. I wanted to appreciate my Mothers Day garden without toil. Since we started planting the biodynamic seeds from Turtle Tree Seed, and husbands’ kindly addition of extreme deep beds to avoid bending, we are amazed at the nurturing our Mother Earth is capable of. I am so grateful to Her and my children who asked to see what we are seeing at this glorious May morn. So, here’s a little tour of Sunwise Farm and Sanctuary kitchen gardens.
“Thymus Minus” along the entry walk
Top bed with Blueberries, Mums, Larkspurs, with fountain, bench and bread oven in the background
Phlox, Gladiolas, Roses, Butterfly Bush, Schweizer Riesen Snow Peas and Chocolate Cake beds in the background
Phlox, Gladiolas, Roses, Fig tree, Bird bath and Chocolate Cake beds in the background
Chocolate Cake bed with Akcel Butterhead developed in France, Kale, Raddish, and Spinach, Gladiolas in the foreground, Sweet Peas to climb soon.
Schweizer Riesen Snow Peas, an old Swiss HEIRLOOM
Sweet Pea, Edelwicke (Lathyrus Odoratus) HEIRLOOM from Europe just coming up, to be trellised by the Chocolate Cake bed
Chocolate Cake bed with Akcel Butterhead Kale, Spinach, and a volunteer Brandywine Tomato from the compost
Chocolate Cake beds at Sunwise Farm with Green beans and Nasturtium just coming up
Chocolate Cake bed with Zucchini Costata Romanesca, HEIRLOOM from Italy.
Hundreds of volunteer Bachelor Buttons in the Herb Garden
Herb Garden with blooming Sage, Thyme, Yarrow, Clary Sage, Parsley, Royal Lilies to pop in a few weeks, and Butterfly Bath
Butterfly Bath with Amethyst in the Herb Garden
The Herb Garden and hills beyond seen from the porch