Back in the early 90’s I decided to share the heirloom beauties I was growing with others and hence, my fledgling nursery, Olde Tyme Again was born. Prior to its beginning I knew I wanted to offer unique flowers and services not common to other nurseries. I wrote to a variety of small, family owned establishments asking for any advice they could give. I received back the most encouraging, advice-packed, informative and cheerful letter from Scott Kuntz, owner of @old.house.gardens ; a nursery specializing in heirloom flower bulbs. Scott and I became pen pals, I writing to him when I placed my order and he responding with a letter enclosed with my bulbs. Though we have never met in person, I have valued his encouragement and friendship throughout the years. Scott has now retired but I am happy to say his nursery continues. If you are looking to find special dahlias, glads, lilies, tuberoses, etc. for spring planting, please take a look at their site. The quality of their stock is amazing and the attention they pay to details which will help you succeed in growing these heirloom flowers is beyond belief. You will love reading the various descriptions in the catalog. Meet Rosemary Webb, a rare waterlily dahlia dating back to 1956. She is not only gorgeous but never stops showing off her charms!
been neglecting my creation station lately and am excited to put in a few hours tonight ✨ strongly feeling the urge to bring new pieces to life 🌱 including these gorgeous druzy agate slices that I got from @seedtostem literal months ago 🤦♀️ stay tuned for new beauties!!!! 🤘 #thecypruscabinet