Entering our 7th year!
Every season presents new challenges and opportunities.
There has been so much happening in the collective effort to understand how plants grow. So many new revelations about the interconnections among species and kingdoms. Good plant growth stems from quality interactions with animals and mushrooms (and the sun, rain, and minerals!) Plants are not just extractors of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, but one part of the harmony of natural connections. As plants rely on microbes and mycelia, as well as larger animals, for their food, they also feed the all of the above in exchange. Good growth relies on cooperation within the whole system.
In much the same way, we all feed each other with whatever we put into the world. It’s a big challenge…and opportunity.
As a reminder, any produce you purchase from Wild Blossom Farm has been grown by me, here in Bucks County PA.
I believe in the value of local, regenerative agriculture for many reasons, with the health benefits of real food being primary among them. I will never do anything to jeopardize that.
Looking forward to overcoming the challenges of 2023 and providing as much great food as possible – grown and handled with love and care.
Thanks for your support!!
From the Farm
A look at some of the wide variety grown here