Friday, November 22, 2019

November 2019

Greetings! I have been "remiss" in my this is a bit of a catch up as well as what plans are for December and beyond!

We miss our beloved friend/dog..Titus.  He passed away in September. He was a great companion, and much more. πŸ˜ͺ🐾
Many pictures of him in the Lavender Field..etc. Many joys, stamped on our hearts, that he gave to us. Truly miss my "puzzle partner". He wrote one of my earlier can read it ..October 2018. Rest in peace..across that rainbow bridge. We will not forget you!

Perhaps soon?..or maybe just what was needed..Bella came into our lives. Who rescued who? She is suppose to be 7..but seems much more puppy like. Extremely nosey.. curious? And a bit like a bull in China shop! She has not knocked over puzzle piece box yet..but she has come close.  I think Titus whispers things to do Bella's ear. Ok..I'm glad we have her. She brings us "comic" relief when needed as well!

We have been at Viva Coffee Shop in Vail on first Friday's of the months. Met some great people there..and appreciate friends who have stopped by as well (picture from November). We will be there again Dec 7th.
Then on Dec 8th and 9th..we will be at Cascabel. We were there last year as well. We will showcase our Lavender Soap we have been selling made with our Lavender buds by Julee Davis of Ancestral Herbals.  Ancestral Herbals on Facebook or

She has made Lavender Bud, Rosemary Lavender, and the latest creation I believe will be Lavender/Lemon.  She has many other soaps etc...check out her website!

As the pictures show...we are growing more baby lavender plants from cuttings...for sale! Varietal: Grosso. Other pictures..are Bella..helping with laundry...Benson Lantern Festival..where we had a booth and started collecting names/emails for next Spring. I will let people know when Lavender is ready to pick Fresh!

Last pictures are in memory of Titus!

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

July 31st!

Wow what a summer (so far)!  We harvested lavender! ...using hand clippers and moving on to using hedge clippers. We appreciate friends who helped and/or came to visit! Since we didn't know we would have flowers this first year..a nice surprise..we not really prepared?!  We are newbies..but we are learning.  We are thinking and discussing ideas for next Spring/early Summer. Perhaps Open Farm Days?  Someday... out there... a Lavender Festival in 2020 or 2021?  God lead us on!

We have a wonderful soap maker working with us!  (Julee Davis/Ancestral Herbals - Follow her on Facebook and her Web link is She has made  a fabulous Lavender Bud soap...and an awesome Rosemary/Lavender soap.  We display/promote her soap etc.  and she promotes our Farm and our Dried Lavender Bunches.  She is also interested in our "soon-to-be" produced essential oil/Hydrosol.   We love that she is excited about using our Cochise County Grosso (Varietal) Lavender!

We are getting more followers on Facebook..and have been at a few Farmers' Markets. We have sold out of plants we have grown from cuttings off of the Field Lavender Plants. We still have lots of dried Lavender Bundles and sachets! They both are great for relaxation, headaches and even keeping moths away!  We should and will have more plants for sale! We are working on propagating more..and plan to have them available for various events this fall!

Thanks for all your well wishes, prayers and encouragements: it is all much appreciated!

Blessings to you!
Pam,  Chuck,  and Titus..who says "bark bark"... he is our good "doggy friend" and/or comforter!  πŸΎπŸΎπŸ™

Friday, June 14, 2019

June 14...

Even though it is hot and windy..The Lavender continues to look and smell beautiful!

We are excited about being at a couple events next week.

One is in Dragoon/ the Hidden  Oasis Bed and Breakfast..find more information on Benson Chamber of Commerce Website..

June 22 .. Saturday.. 9 to 3
1867 N Johnson Road


We will  be at the Sierra Vista Farmers Market on Thursday ...June 20th... 10 to 2.

Come us. We will have fresh cut Lavender and Lavender plants for sale!

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Ok..tis May! Enjoying warm .but not hot days..and cool nights.. yah!
We will take less than 100....
 less than 90 as long as we can!

Titus has been monitoring my weeding...also tells me when it is too hot..or windy..and "makes" me go inside!

Next steps??..many many spikes...our first field of blooming lavender should be showing up soonish! Very exciting!!

I will leave you with many pictures posting will fill you in on next steps to our Lavender Business!!

Blessings to all!

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

March.. The Ides of March

Spring is going to spring forth! (The ground hog said so last month).

But first...we had 6 inches of snow one day and it hung around till the 23rd ish of Feb. If I can ..I will post a picture of our Farm..with lavender peeking out of the snow.  Lavender especially Grosso, our varietal, likes snow. It is a very hearty lavender..and it is anxious to show its flowers. It is a very hearty plant and will outlive us!

Over the winter we have been growing "baby plants"  - we have them in trays and take them in and out of our
house, depending on overnight temperatures. We have plans to plant them in the Spring, after last frost.

We were at The Tucson Book Festival last weekend. Pam had her Children's book for sale as well as talking about Lavender. Next book may have our Lavender dog Titus in it. He would be proud of that!

Stay tuned!!  God bless and keep us safe. After all it is His Farm!

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Happy New Year!

Wow..2019..hard to get use to that!
Just getting back from a quick trip to see family/friends in southern CA.

What do we see here on the Farm in 2019? A beautiful field of Lavender..God willing!
Celebrating our 3rd wedding anniversary on the 23rd of January.
Never imagined then that God would lead us to be Lavender Farmers and leaders of two widow/widower groups. We get it..and we want others to know that they are not alone! We still miss our spouses; our time here is not finished yet, and we continue to ask God to lead us on.

We look forward to some wonderful picture opportunities when our field is in bloom. We continue to research and look into the best ideas for utilizing our Lavender Farm. We recently joined the USLGA...United States Lavender Growers  Association, and have them as an additional source for vital information...and help!

Check out our winter photos of our field..all looking good!

Lavender On!

Blessings to you,
 JP...(aka "just Pam")