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Spring is in the Air (Along with the Coronavirus)!!

Holly McCabe

Spring is in the Air  (Along with the Coronavirus)!!

Well, this has been a weird Spring, right?  We had our Spring planned out down to the smallest detail.  We were all signed up for many large shows that we were too small for last year, signed up for three different farmer's markets, had our timeline made out for removing row covers and last but not least, big plans for our first annual lavender festival!    So, enter the Coronavirus.  Limits on how many people can gather, social distancing and quarantining.  At this time, all of the shows we were signed up for through the first week of May have canceled...


Beating the Winter Blahs by Planning For Spring and Summer

Holly McCabe

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Beating the Winter Blahs by Planning For Spring and Summer

While there isn't a deadline for anything rushing up to meet us, we still have a lot to do to get ready for the Spring selling season.  

We are in the process of planning our first annual lavender festival for this summer


"Without Rain Nothing Grows. Embrace The Storms Of Your Life" A Thanksgiving Blog

Holly McCabe

"Without Rain Nothing Grows.  Embrace The Storms Of Your Life"  A Thanksgiving Blog
Every day I am thankful that we took the leap and decided to start this farm when our jobs were moved.  It was terrifying, but we've been happier than we ever were working for a big company. 

Sleepy Bees Lavender Farm Spring/Summer 2019 Catch Up

Sleepy Bees Lavender Farm Spring/Summer 2019 Catch Up
The majority of our summer was spent weeding and attending craft shows, fairs, and farmers' markets.  We have met a ton of great people and made some really good business connections.  We learned so much this summer.  We are finding our niche and settling in nicely.

Spring Craft Show Time!

Spring Craft Show Time!
What I found out at that first sale, and at every sale since then, is that people are awesome.  They are kind and supportive even if they aren't buying anything.  People love hearing our story and Jerry sure loves telling it!  They are genuinely curious and interested in hearing more.  They want to be able to visit the farm.  I think later this summer when the plants are blooming and we have an open house, we will have more visitors than we even imagined.