Rita Jacinto and Laurie Levey, Flying Blue Dog Farm

Jennifer with the "plant geek" Rita Jacinto at Flying Blue Dog farm --- after Jennifer whined about not having enough asparagus, Rita went into her field and picked some for her and Jessica...we arrived to get an interview and left with fresh asparagus -- these are two generous ladies!

Jennifer with the "plant geek" Rita Jacinto at Flying Blue Dog farm --- after Jennifer whined about not having enough asparagus, Rita went into her field and picked some for her and Jessica...we arrived to get an interview and left with fresh asparagus -- these are two generous ladies!Jennifer with Egyptian Walking Onions -- they become top heavy, fall over and the seed heads root causing the plant to spread by "walking"Rita shows off her bees to Jessica -- these boxes are different from standard pre-built hives, they allow bees to build their combs at an angle within the box.peeking inside the home of Rita's bee friends

The bees come and go -- we couldn't get enough of them!

The bees come and go -- we couldn't get enough of them!

http://foodforthought.yoursavinggrace.net/audio/
17_FFT_Flying_Blue_Dog.mp3

The greenhouse at Flying Blue Dog -- you can visit Rita and Laurie and Flying Blue Dog farm which is located 2 miles E. of Willow Creek -- turn on Christian School Road and follow the signs to Flying Blue Dog.  Laurie and Rita carefully blend their own potting soil to ensure your plants a longer life in the pot -- they know some people don't get them planted right away and want these plants to thrive.
The greenhouse at Flying Blue Dog — you can visit Rita and Laurie and Flying Blue Dog farm which is located 2 miles E. of Willow Creek — turn on Christian School Road and follow the signs to Flying Blue Dog. Laurie and Rita carefully blend their own potting soil to ensure your plants a longer life in the pot — they know some people don’t get them planted right away and want these plants to thrive.

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1 Comment

  1. anonymous said,

    August 13, 2009 at 3:21 pm

    These are some rockin’ women. I love buying their plants. Thanks for giving them air time!


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