Farm Fresh Flower Power

Theresa Freund tending the dara (Daucus carota), along the picket fence at Freund’s Farm Market in East Canaan. Photo by Anne Day

What’s not to love about farm-grown summer flowers? 

I didn’t know it, but there is actually a movement — does everything have to be a “thing”? I hate it when stuff  I like becomes a thing, so I’m not even going to tell you about it, but if you want to know more about the “thing” go to www.slowflowers.com. Or you can just check out your local farmer’s spectacular flowers and support them by stuffing your house full of amazing wild bouquets like I do. 

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