April. Preparing. Maintaining. Pruning.

April is when the work begins in earnest. March has felt like a prelude, a gentle re-entry into the season before the cacophony of activity gets underway. Now, the crew is back on the farm, the crocus are blooming, the grow room is filled with seedlings, and the energy is growing as we look forward to the season ahead.

On the farm, we’ve been preparing two of our greenhouses for planting, maintaining our overwintered flowers, pruning blueberries and seeding, seeding, seeding…along with all the little odds and ends of maintenance. Plans to plant this week have been put on hold by Mother Nature. In classic New England fashion snow is in the forecast, but we are still hopeful true spring is around the corner.

The start of the season is always one of the most exciting times on the farm. After the cold and gray of winter, to have life emerge and thrive always feels miraculous. There is anticipation for all to come—the summer tomatoes, armloads of flowers, blueberries, raspberries, and so much more. We love being able to share the fruits of our labor with the community, whether it is providing vegetables to local restaurants or watching children laugh and play among the u-pick flowers. But we also want to share more with you all—more about our farming and growing practices, how we harvest, and how to create beautiful things for your own homes. So…we’re expanding the classes and workshops we offer. More details will follow as the dates draw nearer, but in the meantime mark your calendars and remember our opening day is Friday May 10!

Our spring hours:

Starting June 15th
Open 7 days a week



May 19- Tomato & Veggie Bedding Plant Class

Learn all about how to plan, start, and maintain tomatoes and other vegetables.

May 26- Cut Flower Bedding Plant Class

Learn how to plan, start, and grow a cut flower garden.

July 21- Flower Bouquet Bar

Make your own market-style bouquet using our own flowers. Learn how to harvest for prolonged vase life and pick up some style tips too.

July 31 & August 14- Hornworm Hunt! 

A great activity for kids! Use UV flashlights to hunt for the glow-in-the-dark, and sometimes HUGE, tomato hornworm.

August 4- Tomato Tasting

Tour our tomato tunnels, learn about how we grow and maintain our plants, and sample our different varieties as well as some special tomato-inspired dishes.

August 8- NOFA-NH Flower Workshop

In partnership with NOFA-NH (Northeast Organic Farmers Association), learn all about our flower growing operation, from our u-pick fields to overwintering and much more!

August 11- Vase Arrangements Workshop

Create your own beautiful floral arrangement using our own flowers. Learn about the mechanics and tricks of arranging flowers in a vase.

September 15- Dried Flower Workshop

Create a dried flower masterpiece using our own flowers! Learn which flowers dry well and how to harvest and dry flowers of your own.

December 7- Holiday Wreath Workshop 

Create a wreath for the holidays with us.

Farming is all about community. Working together to take care of the land and our food systems is important to us and we’re excited to share some of our knowledge and resources with this programming. We hope to see you at some of these events!

In the meantime, snow may be in the forecast but we’re trying to manifest some sunshine…so happy spring!

The Rosaly’s Crew


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