We grew jalapeños from seeds, harvested them, and made jalapeño poppers. 🌱
Chisme Chick is having its first spring sale! Use the code “spring” for a 10% discount. Visit our online shop and be sure to check out the “Things We Love” Collection denoted with a ♡. Our merchandise is also featured on Etsy, Storenvy, and Bonzana.
We’re growing blueberries in this bicycle plant stand. They’re an organic, sweet snack. The burlap sack is filled with homegrown Hydrangeas, Snapdragons, and Kalanchoes.
Balboa Park is celebrating its centennial. Over the last hundred years, it’s been a central place for people to gather for incredible events such as the 1915 Panama–California Exposition and the 1935 California Pacific International Exposition. Be sure to visit these exquisite gardens. The reflective pool is adjacent to the San Diego Botanical Garden Foundation. You can also visit an array of art and history museums located within walking distance of this plaza.
In honor of Groundhog Day, we’d like to share our prediction for an early spring or late winter. Here in California, we’ve had unusually warm weather. We hope that sunshine will spread quickly nationwide for a full spring blossom. These flowers were grown and dried in our garden. We hope that you, too, are eager to share the sweet aroma of freshly grown flowers. As Valentine’s Day approaches, consider purchasing flowers that you can grow all year long to enjoy and share.
Chisme Chick is now offering gift wrap options for our array of products. These handmade tags were dipped in coffee to provide a rustic look and soft aroma. You can customize a handwritten script message that is tied with twine. We can also add a touch from our garden with freshly cut leaves or a sprig of lavender.
California is known for its eternal sunshine. This close-up perspective of the Kalanchoe flower buds shows new growth. When you have a home-grown garden, you notice all the changes that the soil produces. From lush spring florals to dormant winters, nature shows a variety of transitions.
As we begin 2015, I like to remember that our lives, too, will be marked by the seasons. I recently spent some time in the garden reflecting on the paths of life. It is important to consider the roads we have taken and the ones we want to follow. When we succeed or fail, it is wise to remember that these are temporal experiences. We can’t control these events, but we can manage our outlook. Abraham Lincoln said, “Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.” In a season of new beginnings, we can remember that these lessons can help us blossom into renewed individuals.