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Off to the Races

Posted by on Jun 17, 2019 in Peace and Plenty Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Dahlia Linda’s Baby It’s always fun to see which of the dozens of dahlia varieties we grow will bloom first. This year it’s Linda’s Baby out of the gate! She had a bit of a lead on account of the fact that she’s grown in the hoophouse. We reserve some of our precious covered space to grow these coveted varieties. Next year we should have plenty of tubers of Linda’s Baby, Peaches ‘n Cream, Sweet Natalie & Castle Drive to sell in our online...

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Peony season

Posted by on May 26, 2019 in Peace and Plenty Blog | 0 comments

Coral and Red charm peonies harvested in the morning Peony season has begun! Every morning & evening we harvest these stunning flowers to catch them right before they open so that customers get a nice long show. Corals & reds bloom first here followed by the pinks, whites & blushes of June. They usually get going around Memorial Day making a spectacular start to summer. A peony plant must be 3 years old before it’s mature enough for cuts. It’s a long wait but worth it. We will harvest over 2,000 peonies this season . . . every one a...

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Like a dream

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in Peace and Plenty Blog | 0 comments

Peaches ‘n Cream dahlia We’ve been busy early this year propagating the hard to get dahlias like this Peaches’n Cream beauty. It’s a great way for us to max out on on the most elusive varieties like Castle Drive, Sweet Natalie and Linda’s Baby. We’re just wrapping up our first year of dahlia sales & hope to include these amazing dahlias in next year’s...

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Happy New Year!

Posted by on Dec 31, 2018 in Peace and Plenty Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Although it’s hard to pick just nine photos for this template, here’s a little sample of the beauty that we had in 2018. It was a very good year: wonderful weddings, great new roses & flowers and lots of happy customers. We’re usually done with wedding set-up by the time the bride is in her full regalia so we’re just noticing that veils are back in style…what’s old is new...

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