I arrived at 10 am and stayed until 3 pm. There was so much to see and do.
|Beautiful vintage jars holding Bean seeds!|
|A few of the Tomatoes to taste!|
|What's prettier, the VIEW or the Artichoke plants?|
There was music, great food, free stuff, plants for sale, beautiful hand crafts, Children's Projects, Sheep Shearing, Bee Keeping, and the list goes on and on. I did attend one serious lecture about GMO's (Genetically Modified Organism's) in our food. It's quite worrisome to think that our food is forever altered by greed. I was happy to discover that one of the speakers is the farm owner that supplies my Chicken Feed. My chickens eat safer food than we do!
An outstanding way to spend a Saturday among fellow gardeners.