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  • The Light of Linvilla

    Sixty Seconds with Judi This week we have suffered a loss on the Farm. Our beloved Matriarch, Peg Linvill has passed away. Peg was such a light to all of us at Linvilla.  Her strength and sense of humor made all who work here feel as if we were part of the family. Many of
  • Viva la Foodie!

    I was thinking the other day as I watched the food network; when did this obsession with designer food begin? Have we always been as obsessed with our culinary delights as we are now? Or is this something relatively new? Let’s face it we have always loved to eat. But now it seems everything needs
  • Blueberry Hill

    Sixty Seconds with Judi It is that time of year again when blueberry hill is alive with those sweet, plump morsels of deliciousness. Not only are they tasty, blueberries are highly nutritious as well. Did you know that blueberries are rich with antioxidants? Blueberries are known to protect you from a variety of diseases and
  • Happy Father’s Day

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Now, I don’t know about you, but buying my Dad a Father’s Day gift is always so much more difficult than choosing something for my mom. My dad is a practical man. One year I bought him a very expensive sweater which he wore to paint the house.  At that moment
  • We be Jammin’

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Don’t be afraid, I am not trying to channel my inner Rastafarian. I am just so excited that strawberry season is finally here and it’s time for me to start making jam!  I think Strawberry jam may be my favorite. I don’t know if it’s because they are the first fruits
  • Celebrating 90 years of Summer Fun!

    Sixty Seconds with Judi In the 1920’s Arthur Linvill grabbed his horse and a scoop and dredged out the pond hidden in the hollow so the neighborhood families could have a decent swimming hole. That little swimming hole grew in popularity so much they needed to hire a life guard. By 1928 a board of
  • Lilacs & a Mother’s Day Memory

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Today, as I walked out of my house I noticed that my Lilacs were in bloom. My heart and mind immediately were flooded with memories of my mom. Lilacs  seemed like an annual spring event when I was growing up. I remember cutting large bouquets with mom as she would encourage
  • Garden Envy

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Have you ever walked passed your neighbor’s yard and found you were experiencing Garden envy? You glance over at their beautiful selection of perennials that are perfectly placed and wish that you had their same sense of style. I have this friend, she works with me, and so she will remain
  • Growing Fruit

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Wouldn’t it be lovely to pick that perfect piece of fruit right in your own back yard? It really is not as difficult as you might think. You can grow a few diverse types a fruit in smaller spaces than most would imagine. Most fruit trees that you can buy for
  • Saving the Monarch Butterfly

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Once again, I am leaning on my friends at Botanical Interests Seed Company to help me with my blog.  We all have been reading quite a bit about the need to save the bees and the butterflies. But did you know that the Monarch Butterfly is now being considered as a