On the south coast, you get to enjoy sunrises like this all to yourself! ...
Have you heard?! Starting November 30, 2019, we will be offering brand new #DAHLIA COLLECTIONS! Our new Collections offer gardeners six select dahlias in specific color palettes. Plant these collections just after your last spring frost, and you can pick buckets of lovely, coordinated blooms all summer to make amazing bouquets!
We’ve carefully chosen varieties that make excellent cut flowers, are of varying heights with strong stems, and which rebloom well if kept cut. Visit to see details: bit.ly/dahlia-collections (including variety names and pricing). We are working super hard to get these Collections and many new offerings from Triple Wren ready for our November 30 store re-stock!
Our amazing Triple Wren Crew is steadily digging, washing, and sorting the dahlias, and we are ahead of schedule 🗓 on getting October tuber orders out the door. If you ordered for October, keep an eye on your email to know when your tubers leave the farm!
We're also busy cleaning up the fields 🧹, and quietly mourning the end of 2019 blooms ❄️ . There's plenty joy but also some sadness mixed into the summer-to-fall season change. As the light shortens so quickly here this time of year, we are transitioning figuratively and literally. We're choosing to focus on the beauty, and on sharing it with you all. ✨ ...
Ya las lustrales aguas de la noche me absuelven
de los muchos colores y de las muchas formas.
Ya en el jardín las aves y los astros exaltan
el regreso anhelado de las antiguas normas
del sueño y de la sombra. Ya la sombra ha sellado los espejos que copian la ficción de las cosas.
Mejor lo dijo Goethe: Lo cercano se aleja.
Esas cuatro palabras cifran todo el crepúsculo.
En el jardín las rosas dejan de ser las rosas
y quieren ser la Rosa.
✍🏼 Jorge Luis Borges
🙋🏻♂️ Postales que nos dejó la “noche de anoche” en la celebración de La Nochecita.