Nyack Garden Club Plant Sale and a Breakfast at the Art Cafe

We got plants!

The annual plant sale of the Nyack Garden Club has been a treasure trove for Sour Cherry Farm. We owe our fig tree, bleeding heart, columbine, Siberian iris and lots of ferns to the generosity of its members, who dig up their gardens and divide their plants to raise money for the community projects they do throughout the year.

This year, we came home with several good buys, including herbs from Hook Mountain Growers and rudbeckia, or Black Eyed Susans, for the new bed we’re planning by the driveway. And this year, Irene came away with a fig tree, too!

The scene:

All packed up.

And then, off to breakfast at the Art Cafe.

My malawich:

Irene’s tostini:

And Hunna’s delishy granola:

A lovely Sunday morning indeed.


One Comment

  1. Good that I wasn’t at the plant sell,would have too much fun!!