Roseman Creek Ranch is delivering flower bouquets . This is today’s ! A special vase someone gave me, for a special lady.
I’ve started flower businesses three times. People who know me from way back remember me in 1993 with my camper shelled truck, both sides would open with flowers inside. I sold my locally grown flowers and picked other local flowers and wild items to sell. I knew I could no afford to sell anything out of our garden until I had my own water source, local water companies are too expensive for gardens. Also here it had to be a garden without redwood roots, invasive roots that fill the soil and suck out all the water and nutrients. We bought this property because it was flat enough to farm and was a marine terrace of dead and dying pines without too many redwoods.
I have been planting and propagating ( cheap) plants to grow for flowers for the last 23 years. I keep moving mature shrubs when I move.
I’m now officially trying to be a Farmer Florist again. I’m so passionate about flowers and the shrubs and trees have finally gotten big enough.
I love old roses and unique foliage combinations. I will deliver bouquets locally. Or sell buckets or arrangements for events.
When I was twenty I visited a garden and saw an older woman up in a large tree pruning. I vowed at that point to climb trees in my forties. Now that I’m mid- fifties, climbing bigger trees doesn’t feel so comfortable any more. I can’t believe I’m admitting this. Today pruning this twenty foot fig tree I’ve pruned for the last five years, getting up in the higher branches just didn’t seem like a good idea. I did most of it anyway.
I think it’s the first time in my thirty five years of gardening that I wondered why I never considered a desk job… That’s saying a lot isn’t it ? Maybe I just need to learn how to give over some tasks… But I can tell you gardeners, if you love it as an occupation now, you’ll love it even more as the years go on. Gardening has so much diversity and constant learning experiences . If you want to be challenged, it will do it.
Naturally leavened sourdough bread-organic and garden ingredients. Delivered to Gualala businesses and Flowers by Natasha 1-2, Or Point Arena Schools and businesses 2:30- 4:30 Let me know where you want to pick it up when you order.
Country Sourdough w/ rye $6 $10
Whole Wheat millet $6 $ 10
Green Garlic Ciabatta $6
Order by responding here- I will get it.
Bread this Thursday
Whole Wheat sourdough $6 , $10
Country Sourdough $6, $10
Chocolate bread-will only be made to order $7
Delivered to Flowers by Natasha in Gualala, after 1 or other Gualala Businesses, Point Arena schools -about 2-3 or businesses. Please let me know where you want to pick up your order.
I have veggies coming in ! Boxes $30 organically grown
kale-red russian and dino
fresh sugar snap peas
Also organically fed, pastured chicken eggs- $6
Fresh spring flower bouquet.
I can deliver if you are close to the beaten path. I have a few people on the ridge, Gualala and Point Arena. My car has broke down so I can do Tues. afternoon, or Wednesday morning.
Bread and Eggs this Thursday May 8 th. Afternoon deliver to Gualala businesses! and Flowers by Natasha around 1, then Point Arena schools and businesses around 3. Order here and let me know where you’d like it delivered.
I also now have flowers for sale by the bouquet $6 or buckets $25. I will probably deliver flowers on a different day, or we can arrange a meeting spot. My garden is in full bloom right now, come by to see, or to help.
Country Sourdough with rye. $6. $10
Whole Wheat multi grain seeded. $6. $10
Polenta corn bread $6. $10
Organically fed, pastured chicken eggs $6 a dozen.