|Here in Northern California the rivers are running high, the iris are blooming everywhere, and with the equinox behind us, the longer days are very welcome. |
Walking the farm I can feel spring's energy. Rows of Royal lilies almost ready for harvest, knee high hydrangeas; which will be shoulder high in a couple months, and of course the boisterous tulips, the most iconic flower of spring.
As we walk the farm to inspect our crops, it is also a time to reflect on the past and the present. One often overlooked aspect of flowers is their ability to keep us grounded and give us perspective. In a complicated world; flowers remain humble yet, filled with wonder, and I am grateful for this.
Take a moment in the coming weeks to walk among the flowers in your community, spring only happens once a year.
Orange continues to be hot with consumers and our stunning Dubium fits this need perfectly.
Lane went to Israel himself to select one of our varieties. He selected a breed renown for it's tall, straight stems and hefty bloom count.
We grow this at our Oxnard farm and the crop looks phenomenal. We also have white and yellow. Bring on the Dubium!
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Hyacinth is a true spring delight. Our season only lasts through mid-April, so delight and amaze your customers with our fragrant, colorful beauties.
This year we are offering the "A Line"
which is the premiere bulb stock in the world and this paired with our enormous amount of hyacinth growing experience, you have a perfect recipe for the best hyacinth available.
Rene Van Rems Workshop
Join Rene as he works with many of our flowers.
Fun Fact: Did you know Lane and Rene both graduated from the Agricultural School in Aalsmeer, Holland the same year?