2019 Field Conditions Update

Written By Lavender Pond Farm - June 04 2019


Ann Marie Foote
June 04 2019

Thank you for the update. I am sorry that Mother Nature has been so unkind to you. Having lived in northern New Hampshire for so many years before moving to Connecticut, I realized that it made sense to come visit you later this summer when summer actually defies to come. You have a lovely place no matter the number of plants. Don’t forget to mention the wonderful covered bridge my wonderful and talented friends the Gratons built. A real treasure from Arnold, Meg and Tim.

Robin Gibson
June 04 2019

Thank you for your diligence in keeping up with the demands of the farm. Mother Nature hasn’t been favorable to many areas. We will surely plan a visit, and spread the word.
Best wishes!

Kathleen Rickard
June 04 2019

I’m sorry to hear about the condition of your lavender plants – that being said, this post is great in letting people know what to expect. My husband and I had a nice conversation with you the last time we visited. Good luck with your rebuilding!

Janis Oles
June 04 2019

Dear Devoted Farmer,
If you need help replanting I am more than willing to help. After decades of gardening, I know my way around a garden. It would be my honor to help you rebuild your paradise.
(No this is not a joke, prank or punk! I have been to your farm and it has given me peace at a time I sorely needed it. Once again, it would be my honor to assist any way I can; gratis of course.
Janis Oles

Robin White
June 04 2019

I’m with ya! Weather has affected my plants as well! Keep doing the great job you do!

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