Monday, December 31, 2007

The start of a new path

The start of something new always brings a sense of thrill for me. Over the past three years I have been a regular contributor to an online blog and have enjoyed it immensely. The other contributing writers on the blog are a group of six wonderful women that I have been friends with for years. We have written about most everything you can imagine, our lives at the moment, our travels to faraway lands, friends and acquaintances, loss and renewal, the weather, and of course gardening.

I thought it might be time to start up a blog for our nursery. If you have been directed here through our website
http://www.flowertreenursery.com/ , you already know a little bit about me and what my life entails as the "Queen Gardener" (a name that was given to me 7 years ago when we bought the nursery and it just sort of stuck). If you have found this site through your searches on the web , we welcome you. My hopes are that this will be a forum not only for those that love to garden, but also for those with questions and comments about life in general. We will touch on business practices of owning a garden center, the inner workings of a coffee/wine bar, and even how we put together our special concert events held back on the river behind the nursery. We will review our favorite books, and of course we will discuss... gardening.

Welcome to our new path. Susan, Queen Gardener.

8 comments:

melinda said...

Looking forward to reading on the garden path and going through life with you. Wishing you all the best!

Leopard Lizard said...

Yahoo! Just what I have been waiting for.

wildturkeymama said...

I think this is great...just what we need the garden path...May 2008 be one of the best years ever...Happy New Years to all

gardengypsy said...

Muse on!:)

Cillerinda said...

The Flower Tree is like a diamond!....shining brightly in all her multi-faceted glory! Love the cutting edge blog facet! FUN!

Cillerinda said...

FABALUSS!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to garden grown tomatos. Happy New Year!!!

DesertRose said...

Thank you Susan for making this blog. I have found myself a few times during the day checking "the blog" for new posts. This could be my new addiction. I look forward to Spring time to see all my plantings from the last 2 years come back to life!

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