"Failures are a part of life. If you don't fail, you don't learn. If you don't learn you won't change." -unknown.
Our gardens this last year have been quite the learning process. Our broccoli was full of bugs, the cabbage went from planting last fall until this fall to mature. A section in our garden just didn't grow anything at all and we don't know why. We didn't put up half of the food that we had hoped to put up. We didn't plant enough green beans to make it through more than a few fresh eatings. Our fall garden got transplanted to late.
But in all of that, perceived failure there really were so many more successes and a large education. We plan to learn from our failures this year and change some things so that the following year is hopefully better. Though I'm sure there will be more lessons to learn.
Farm Animals …
Foodstuffs & Farm Kitchen …
I'm not sure about you all but I always enjoy seeing people's kitchens and how they are organized especially if they do a lot of cooking/baking and preserving! Here is a little peek at our farm kitchen where we bake our wild yeasted sourdough bread, brew our kombucha, preserve our garden produce and make our herbal teas and salves.
Spring is here down on the farm and we have plenty of greens for our nightly salad! Chickory, beet leaves, spinach and kale, oh my! Nothing "beets" home grown greens! Except for maybe some free range pastured chicken eggs and daily baked sour dough bread. God has sent abundant gifts and we are thankful!
In the Greenhouse …
In the Farm Store …
From our family and farm to yours...
May your family enjoy all the blessings God sends and hopefully He has sent some sunshine your way today. Thanks for visiting our little family farm!
Welcome to our Family Tea Farm!
Howdy from our farm to your home! It is said that the, "farm is the nursery of the family," and that "the family is the nursery of the nation." We hope you enjoy your visit to our blog as we share with you the happenings on our little "nursery". Thank you for following us on our journey and watching us GROW! Read more about our farm HERE.