Filed under: Blueberry Bushes, Culinary Herbs, Gift Certificates, Gift Plant, Herbs, Houseplants, In the Greenhouse, Organic Greenhouse, Perennials, Tornado Damage, Weather, Weather in Tennessee | Tags: Blueberry Bushes, ornamental plums, plants
Despite the tornado which destroyed the greenhouse, we do have some plants available this Spring.
Especially, perennial Herbs, Landscaping plants and Blueberry Bushes. The Blueberry Bushes have been grown organically, as have all the other plants.
We are not open regular hours due to the extended illness of a family member(s); and the injuries to others; plus the storm damage that we are recovering from on the farm. If you wish to make an appointment to come out to see the plants, please call, or text: 423 284 0899 – Georgia’s Cellphone or Email: GLDenman@aol.com or DenmanFam@aol.com
Some of the plants that we have available include:
White Lilac bushes: wonderful old fashioned white with heady aroma. Stays under 8 feet tall. $7.50 and up.
Blueberry bushes: Jersey: 4-5 y/o plants that will produce this year: $36.00 Duke: 2-3 y/o plants, will most likely produce this year: $15.00 Raised organically.
Various landscaping plants: Ornamental Plums, with dark burgundy red foliage; English Yew bushes; Historic Lady Banks Roses, aka the Yellow Rose of Texas – not an actual Rose; and others: $7.50 and up.
Rosemary bushes – can be planted outside.
Various culinary herbs: raised organically. $4.00 and up
Bamboo: $35.00 a clump; Discounts for 3 or more. Dig your own.
Tansy: Ant repellent historic plants. Small yellow decorative flower. Grow 4-5 feet high. $10.00 and up.
And some other plants are available. I’ll list them as we go along cleaning up around the greenhouse area.
Thank you to all our friends and family who have assisted us during the illness and tornado damage.
Please also see the website for the horses at: www.SleipnirMorganHorseFarm.com
Registered Morgan Horses: Stallions, Mares and Geldings. All ages. At various levels of training. Trained to saddle and cart. $2,000.00 and up.
The good news is that all the family and extended family are fine. Elizabeth’s, Caitrin’s, and our homes are okay, undamaged. All of the critters (morgan horses, dogs, cats, and poultry) survived. The tornado came through our valley and across our farm.
Caitrin’s neighborhood sustained major damage.
Our neighbor, lost her entire roof. Our hearts go out to her and her family.
Some of our other neighbors lost parts of their homes, barns, etc.
We are grateful to everyone who has helped with the clean-up, and repairs…
More pictures to follow – will post some pictures of the treeline, fencing, etc damage on the www.SleipnirMorganHorseFarm.com website>>> Georgia’s Morgan Horse blog.
Filed under: Culinary Herbs, Herb Lecture(s), In the Greenhouse, Produce, Recipes in General
As of Friday, December 23rd, 2011, I have closed Morgan Lane Enterprises, (The Shops At Morgan Lane, The Greenhouse At Morgan Lane, & Antiques At Morgan Lane) due to a family member’s extended illness and rehabilitation period.
We are suspending shop hours at The Shops, including the Antiques and the Organic Greenhouse for awhile, but will definitely open up by appointment. You may Call or Text: 423 284 0899.
I will still blog about various items and ideas – perhaps I’ll have more time to write. Thank you to all our customers and suppliers and friends. Please keep following the blogs. I promise I’ll find more things to chat about.
Happy New Year to all.
Georgia (& John) Denman and Family
This is a quick post. More to follow.
As far as we know, all our friends and family have survived the storms/tornados. No one has power. All of our immediate family and critters are ok.
Most of our builldings had little damage. Some fencing was damaged, but the horses are all ok.
Friends in Bradley County lost all their farm buildings, but family and home are alright. Other friends had little damage.
Friends in McMinn County are flooded in; but they, home, and critters are all ok.
Britta is working in Arizona, and smoke is in the air from fires…but she is well.
We will update you with amusing stories, later…for instance Foxy and CL’s very heavy dog box stories…but for now…love and hugs to all our family and many friends…and prayers for all our friends, neighbors and customers…and the greater community of the world.
Hugs to all.
The Denman, McGee and Bayard Families
Filed under: Blueberry Bushes, Cooking with Herbs, Events in the Area, Gift Certificates, Herb Lecture(s), Herbs, Houseplants, Open House Event, Pepper Plants, Perennials, Tender perennials, Tomato Varieties, Vegetable Plants
2011 Spring Open House and Plant Sale
Saturday, April 9th, 2011
10:00am to 4:00pm
We are a small family farm. We grow 98% of our plants ourselves. Everything is organically grown and while we have some common varieties, we mostly concentrate on Unusual and Unique culinary herbs and HEIRLOOM and ethnic varieties of vegetable plants, especially Tomatoes and Peppers.
We also have Blueberry bushes and some other fruiting plants and perennials.
We have limited space and only grow a small amount of each of many varieties. We will have over 30 types of Heirloom, Ethnic and other Tomatoes; and over 75 types of sweet, mild to HOT peppers. We do take requests and deposits.
Antique Shop on the farm, with glass, china, vintage hats and jewelry +
Gift certificates AVAILABLE, for any amount.
Also the largest herd of Registered Morgan Horses in the south. Foals to senior citizens; stallions, mares, and geldings. Historic bloodlines in people-friendly, gorgeous, intelligent horses. Mostly Blacks and Bays, some Chestnuts, and a Palomino.
The Blue Ridge Morgan Horse Youth Group, Appalachian Riders, will be presenting some of the horses during the Open House.
House plants ON SALE NOW.
Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am until 4:00 pm, year round.
The Greenhouse At Morgan Lane
2214 Columbus Road, Delano, TN, 37325
Off Rte. 163-Bowater Road, Delano, TN, 37325
use either McMinn County Routes 969 or 970
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GPS N 35° 16.039’ W 084° 36.236’
423 263 0824 Farm 423 284 0899 Cellular
Depending on exposure, daffodils are either just up, or blooming gloriously.
No matter where they are planted, their faces turn to the South.
Sometimes, you can find leftover daffodil bulbs sitting in the clearance section of garden shops and discount stores. If the bulbs are still firm, it is possible to plant them and still get some springtime blooms.
If you find, or have, leftover tulip bulbs, they need to be exposed to cold, either in a cold garage, or the refrigerator, prior to planting.
When you walk through your garden and view the clumps of flowering bulbs, mark any clumps that need to be divided after blooming. A small stick or piece of old tableware, like a knife or fork, looks decorative, and reminds you where to lift and divide clumps of bulbs after blooming.
Pansies and snapdragons will benefit from fertilizing with a light feeding of liquid fertilizer, such as fish fertilizer every couple weeks.
Violet flowers and snapdragon blooms can be picked and added to fruit salads, or spring dinner salads for bursts of colors. Make sure that they have not been touched by inorganic chemical lawn and garden fertilizers. Pansies are in the violet family, but the big hybrid flowers are more beautiful in the garden than tasty in your meals.
If you didn’t get a sprinkling of hardy annual seeds spread out last autumn, it is not too late to do it this month. Seeds like calendula, cleome (spider plants), and bachelor buttons will be fine sprinkled in to a flower bed now, and will produce a floral display later in the spring and summer.
Filed under: Cooking with Herbs, Culinary Herbs, Events in the Area, Gift Certificates, Gift Plant, Herb Lecture(s), Herbs, In the Greenhouse, Pepper Plants, Recipes, Tomato Varieties, Vegetable Plants, Weather in Tennessee
Caitrin sent me a picture today from the greenhouse. The first of the tomato seeds have sprouted, and are sending tiny seedlings up from the trays.
She is busily planting mostly the Heirloom varieties of Tomato and Pepper plants at the moment.
Some of our most requested varieties are back this year. Also, new varieties have made the list for this year. We haven’t changed the website yet, but I’ve been working on the Lists of Plants.
If you just can’t wait to know what we are growing this year, come visit. Or, send me an email…and I’ll let you know some of the plans. Keep watch here for more news about the plants that we’ll have available, and other organic gardening information. We do take requests and pre-orders. We only grow limited quantities of each variety. So, if you have a special request get it to us early! We’ll do our best to please.
Also, we’ll have some more recipes and herb use ideas on the website and here in my blog.
We also carry the complete line of Jim Long Herb books, with most always available. Jim has interesting historical herb books also. Come see them in the Shop. They are reasonably priced and are great to refer to over and over. If you decide to order from their website, just tell them that Georgia at Morgan Lane sent you. www.LongCreekHerbs.com
We have lots of reasonably priced items for Valentine’s Day, or just a special treat.
Also, I’ve been interviewed for a blog on how to incorporate old-time ideas in to modern living, especially the organic growing and the heirloom plant varieties.
Anne will probably be writing several different blogs from her visit to our farm. Please check out her very interesting down-home blog.
I am available for lectures on Herbs, Organic Growing, Antiques, or a variety of other topics.
We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Come spend a few minutes or a few hours. We are glad to see you, and there is always something new in the Shop, the fields, or the greenhouse.