Cafe Primrose

Summer Wildflowers And Our Flower Gardens

Posted on June 25, 2015 | 1 comment

Wildflowers of early summer

Wildflowers of early summer

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Berry Season Is Beginning

Posted on June 22, 2015

Mulberries and Chicken Coop

Mulberries and Chicken Coop

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Milk chocolate covered June Yum Yums From The Garden

Posted on June 18, 2015

Cadbury Milk Chocolate Covered June Strawberries.

Cadbury Milk Chocolate Covered June Strawberries.

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Gifts From The Garden

Posted on June 13, 2015 | 2 comments

Gifts from our garden

Gifts from our garden

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Bluebell

Posted on June 9, 2015

Bluebell Colonial bed doll

Bluebell Colonial bed doll

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For Our Visiting Children

Posted on June 6, 2015

Our Children's Library

Our Children’s Library

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A Cute Photo

Group Photo

Group Photo

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A Wildflower Farm Breakfast

Posted on June 2, 2015 | 1 comment

Blueberry Passion Fruit Muffins, scrambled eggs from our own back yard chickens and organic locally produced bacon.

Blueberry Passion Fruit Muffins, scrambled eggs from our own back yard chickens and organic locally produced bacon.

A wildflower Farm Breakfast, can include nearly anything. Usually we put out a box of cereal, often there is toast or english muffins, a couple varieties of locally produced all natural and or organic jam. The toast may be produced from our very own bread produced right here from natural and organic flour and other ingredients. There might be yogurt, there will definitely be locally produced coffee, milk and organic sugar. But breakfast could be anything bread and cold cuts, or waffles and bacon….. Pancakes…. French toast….. It all depends on which way the wind is blowing. (more…)

A Power Outage This Morning Creates A Romantic Atmosphere

Posted on June 1, 2015 | 4 comments

Guests at Wildflower Farm B&B

Guests at Wildflower Farm B&B

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The Vegetable Garden

Vegetable Garden Needs To Be strawed but is otherwise finished!

Vegetable Garden Needs To Be strawed but is otherwise finished!

Neither myself nor Dr. Primrose are gardeners. I must confess, we have been city livers for a very long time now. Last year we tried this cluelessly assuming we could just stick seeds in the ground in mid may and have a harvest….. Yeh…. As everyone can imagine, it didn’t work too well. No, it didn’t work at all. I got about five radishes…. And it all went to weed. I was crushed and horrified by my rather pathetic failure. Especially after all that time I put in crawling around smelling the dirt and burying seeds mostly too close together. Because I thought, any idiot can plant a vegetable garden….. My failure taught me something, I am not any idiot. I am an exceptional idiot. (more…)

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