Dear Sweet February

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Welcome February! January has exited the stage. February makes its annual debut offering red rose bouquets, chocolate hearts, and unpredictable weather. This is the month, dear gardening friends, that we dream of warm soil and dirty hands! February is the month to plan this year’s gardens. Planning now will save time and frustration in the

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January 

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Holly berries linger on forgotten wreaths.  Mistletoe has lost its magic.  Rest falls upon the garden.  Trees have thrown off their leafy burdens and bare branches reach heavenward as if to touch the bellies of the geese winging south.  Quietness lives in the winter garden.  Leaves, cast aside by the trees, now nestle the ground

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FALL 2017

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You Fall has arrived at Round Tree Farm. We have pumpkins, pansies, corn stalks, straw, gourds,cabbage and kale and of course a large selection of our homegrown mums. We have enjoyed helping many of you get a head start on your autumn ambience, and look forward to seeing many others. WEather forecast sounds perfect for

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HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY FROM ROUND TREE FARM…open Friday 10 to 6, Saturday 9 to 5 and Sunday 1 to 5 for all your Mother’s Day gifts. (Custom baskets. planters, roses, crepe myrtle, Proven Winners specialties, Custom created plant stands and shepherd’s hooks, succulents AND custom made quilted table toppers and place mats in flowery patterns just to name few of the things you will find. So come visit, rain or shine!!!)

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Welcome to Spring 2017

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This spring season has already been exciting at Round Tree. Although it is technically our 8th retail year, SO many new customers are just finding us. We hope you are one of them, and if not yet, then please plan to stop by. We have our largest selection ever of annuals, including the ever popular

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October happenings @Round Tree Farm

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October happenings @Round Tree Farm

Hello after a too long absence on the web. Hopefully many of you are now following us on Facebook which I have been able to keep current. As far as this page goes, Our wonderful webmaster, Drew Franklin has been through a long battle with cancer this past year and is now in his final

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Our New Website

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Our New Website

Welcome to our new and improved website.  Thanks to the expertise of Drew Franklin we have endeavored to help you get to know us a bit better yet included some of the old favorites like a daily report from The Farmer’s Almanac.  One of the things that excites us the most about the new site

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What Workmanship

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What Workmanship

 hat greater delight is there than to behold the earth appareled with plants as with a robe of embroidered works, set with Orient pearls and garnished with the great diversity of rare and costly jewels. But these delights are in the outward senses. The principle delight is in the mind, singularly enriched with the knowledge

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Mums and More

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Mums and More

Hello to those of you faithfully checking up on Round Tree Farm.  As most of you know we do have a Facebook page which I will try to keep updated.  My Vermont son, visiting for the day promises to put a link here before he goes.  Meanwhile, the mums and cornstalks and straw are available

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