Winter in Our Classroom
Hasn't this been a great start to a new year?! We've had over 2'' of rain at Tre Soli! All of it gentle and soaking into the soil. Also this year we've had plenty of chill hours for our low chill fruits! Yippee we are expecting beautiful delicious fruit come Spring.
Spring Peaches & Apricots
It is so sad to have the Autumn rose season over. This may have been the best year ever for our large blousey blooms. Some of the blooms were large enough to hide our cupped hands. Those of you who bought ours or grow some yourself know just what we mean.
Roses Big and Blousey
Roses also last longer in the vase during the winter. We love to compete with ourselves to see how long we can keep them after cutting. This year we had some that made it to three weeks! We suspect that the secret is to put the roses to bed outside at night when no one is around to appreciate them. They love the cool moist air of our desert nights and they only traveled a short distance from our farm to your vase which also adds to their longevity.
Deep Crimson in Deep Winter
We are committed to taking more photos such as the ones we're providing today. We want you to see what we are growing, offering for sale and what you too can grow! Unfortunately the photos impede our sending emails so we'll be posting most of photos here on our blog
Larkspur & Roses