November

What Now?

What Now?

Dear Readers,

It's a cold, rainy day. I haven't been to the farm much in the past week due to the craze of moving (Jascha and I live in Pikesville now-- no more commuting to the farm! Plus constant access to Goldberg's Bagels). There are only odd jobs left now: mulching perennials like lavender and phlox, gathering odds and ends like shovels and low tunnel hoops from the field, cleaning up the shed, rolling up irrigation lines...

flowers for all!

Dear Readers,

Welcome to the new blog! After three years on Wordpress, the weekly-ish updates are moving to our new website. You can always see old posts at butterbeefarm.wordpress.com!

Aaaand introducing: our 2015 Community Supported Agriculture programs! I am so, so excited about our CSA because forming relationships with the flower-lovers of Baltimore is truly the most wonderful thing about farming. We have two options for you: our Butterbee CSA, which is a bi-monthly delivery of an abundance of loose flowers for you to design, and the Summer's Story CSA, which is a weekly pick-up of flowers and veggies (from Little Gunpowder Farm) at Parts & Labor in Remington.

We had a bunch of people give our CSA shares as gifts this year, and it worked beautifully. When you give a CSA share as a gift, we send the gift recipient a note (with words of your choice) explaining how the CSA works and that they're going to get flowers, yay! So keep us in mind when you're planning your holiday gifts-- we've gotcha covered.

 

When you sign up for our CSA, you'll fill out the form on our website, read the CSA Agreement, and send us a check or pay with a credit card using Square. Then, we'll be in touch with you confirming your purchase and following up with any gift recipients.

Flowers! Flowers! Flowers!

I wish you all a very excellent practice pre-Thanksgiving pumpkin pie,

Laura Beth