Here is the entrance area to the inside, later in the season there are so many things to choose from you can hardly move around outside.
There's my honey, he has spotted something and looks pretty serious about it. Oh yes, the tomatoes, he has decided that we need to get some today. He grows some very good looking tomatoes and wants to get an early start.
This is one of their nice displays, many of the pieces are for sale, you just never know what interesting vintage or unique items you'll see here.
Aren't these geraniums gorgeous? I almost got the hot pink ones but decided to wait, my window boxes really are not ready for flowers yet. Do you see Mr. B.'s basket of tomato plants?
All the herbs...everything you could want. I ended up getting two nice bushy Italian parsley and one well developed rosemary plant. There was a wide variety of mint but I have quite a few different kinds already.
A nice hanging basket and I see some chives behind it that I think should have come home with me...Oh well I can pick them up next time.
Here we are inside, it was a bit hard to take pictures as it is a small area and the place is popular so not very easy to move around but I managed a few shots for you all.
I see they still have their cute Easter tree up to share with us and some good looking pussy willow branches. (I could never bring myself to buy branches)
More produce artfully arranged. I love the smell in here, a mix of it all. (a sigh and a smile)
Oh that's right, here is the asparagus that we came here for in the first place. Those are some nice stalks and grown right here in our state. Nothing tastes better than local.
Off we go now with our loot. I hope you enjoyed our little field trip to the farm stand. Next time I will share with you more of our busy day....Mr. B. finally chose a spot for the beehives and got them settled in.