Prairie Peddler Photo Shoot
Brandon posed for pictures for the Prairie Town Gazette. The article is wonderful (find it at the Prairie Peddler website) and well worth Brandon overcoming his reluctance to pose for pictures!
Picture of the Giant Peony Poppy Mix production row at the farm - a highlight of early summer!
Poppy Rows and Greenhouse
We produce all of our plants in one greenhouse - plants both for sale at our spring and summer shows and plants that will be planted out for seed production. We grow everything from seed.
What Kind of Poppy Is This Again?
Brandon will often include a written name with pictures - so that we can keep track of what's what later when trying to remember everything. We can then crop the name out and use the photo.
Tomato and Pepper Harvest
Late summer's bounty - lots of salsas, salads, and gazpacho!
Almost Time for the Show!
Plants ready to be sold or planted out for seed production.
Greenhouse Seedlings in March
Seed grown and ready to be transplanted there are thousands of plants in this picture. And yes those are tangled morning glories in the foreground - all of which will be neatly trellised by mid-April for the spring and summer shows.
A row of Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Chile) peppers grown for seed production. These are rated as the hottest pepper in the world, by far. Harvesting the seeds practically requires a hazmat suit!
Collecting Four O'Clock and Castor Bean Seeds
Collecting seeds from Brandon's mom's formal gardens - just across the creek from the greenhouse and production row area.
Grandma's Garden in Mid-Summer
One view in Brandon's mom's formal gardens.