In its first year, the farm consisted of the front and back yards of my small east end home. For year two, we’re expanding! With two additional yards on loan, we’re excited to see how much more we can produce. The farm consists of a mix of raised beds, containers and in-ground planting, and blooms start to appear in late April, with tulips, muscari, and narcissus. Lily of the valley, allium, ranunculus and anemones are some additional spring favourites. We’ve added snap dragons to our summer mix, along with lilies, iris, gladiolus, cosmos, and zinnias, and we’re delighted to have some the extra space for some lisianthus, and of course, many (too many? Can you have such a thing?) varieties of dahlias.