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The Scree

Boy, it was a hot one this week! But, while we were melting, the scree garden flourished. The Wildflower Farm’s scree garden was built using large boulders, gravel, and sand.  The plants that thrive there need no water and love … Continue reading

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My Wildly Floriferous Life

This morning is a great example of my insanely beautiful life here at the pollinators’ paradise we call Wildflower Farm. Just yesterday on Facebook, one of Wildflower Farm’s loyal friends asked “What’s in bloom right now at the Farm?”  How … Continue reading

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EVIL ME!!! Enabling Your Wildflower Addiction…..

Window Shopping for Wildflowers If, like me you’ve got an addiction to the beauty and low maintenance ways of wildflowers you’re constantly scoping out native plants to feed your wildflower need. Late summer is loaded with wildflower beauty!!  Allow me … Continue reading

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Soft Beauty of a Wildflower Bouquet

An invitation to mid-summer euphoria… My Mother had our local florist wrapped around her little finger. Each and every Friday afternoon the florist rang the doorbell of our Victorian home in Nutley, New Jersey, and carefully placed a newly crafted floral arrangement … Continue reading

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