Rehearsal dinner arrangements sitting in my house last week, ready to be taken to Asheboro for the weekend celebrations.
Williams Wedding Flowers Weekend = SUCCESS!!
My mom and I had a blast harvesting and arranging wedding reception and rehearsal dinner flowers for my new sister-in-law this past weekend. Several photos are posted at the bottom of this email.
Thank you for understanding!!
This drought and heat wave have been tough on all of the area farmers, as well as our Renfrow gardening customers. My father, David, was just telling me how we have sold almost no canning jars this summer because no one has had any yield of green beans worth canning! The hardware business has been affected by everyone’s poor gardening year – so if your own garden is struggling, know that you are not alone!!We are so thankful that some things are going well – our tomatoes and figs taste as good as they always do! However the the tomato and pepper yields have been significantly reduced due to a problem with blossom-end rot that isn’t being solved by the usual remedy – adding calcium to the soil. We know there is plenty of calcium, but without moisture, the plant cannot take it up and thus solve this deficiency problem!
~Pressly Williams, Ruth Harris,
& the farm crew
is open this week on Tuesday, 10am-2pm.
409 W Charles Street
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Below are just a few photos from this past weekend’s Williams wedding celebrations. I purchased the bride’s requested roses, hydrangeas, and baby’s breath, and combined them with all sorts of flowers from the farm.
My handsome husband, without whom I would not have been able to make this weekend’s decorations happen for his brother and our new sister. He and my mom were instrumental help in this flower-filled event.