In my blog I plan to chat about nature, crafts, baking, gardening, beekeeping, family, and whatever else seems appropriate at the time. Sit back, relax, and enjoy!
Friday, May 28, 2010
Gardening at the Granny Bees
Beth & Liz are neighbors and live in the Olde Silk Stocking Neighborhood. They have this business called The Granny Bees, and inside this cabin is where the Granny Bees sell their wares. When you step inside, you go back to the days of long ago. It's so peaceful and fun shopping in the cabin. We also get wonderful gardening ideas when we are there for the granny bee garden party weekend. Here are a few of their gardens.
This is between their garages.
This is a tea garden in a wheel barrow.
You will all need to make a trip to Kokomo, IN next year for the Granny Bee garden party weekend. Bring your knitting, crocheting, whatever stitchery you want to work on and come and join us.
I'm 59. A wife, a beekeeper, a gardener, and a crafter. I like to read; novels and old cookbooks with history in them are my favorites. I've been married for 23 years to a loving, hard-working man, who makes me laugh. We have a little dog that was found in a park, and given to us. He is a boy, but has a girl name. Sorry Dixie. (could be uni-sex I suppose)
We have decided to take a journey together and build a new home on some land we purchased a few years ago. We are building the home ourselves. In 2016 we moved to the main level of our new home. I've created "The House on Hilltop Farm" blog, so I can record the house building journey. The Bee Lady from Hilltop Farm is about everything else going on in my life.
Nice to meet you.
So, I showed my niece my new (old) camper and she said, "I love the name coral belle. Coral reminds me of the ocean and the color of the camper reminds me of the color of the water in the ocean." (Out of the mouths of babes!)