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Fangboner Fridays Presents: A Walk through the Valley

Fangboner Fridays Presents: A Walk through the Valley

If you’ve followed our blogs in the past, you may have read about the imaginative ways that Roland and Liz have approached different sections of the farm. Each area has its own name, from Purple Valley to Beaver Valley to Fort Fangboner! For those new to the Fangboner scene, here’s what you can expect when you visit:

When you first enter the driveway, you’ll be greeted with a lush flower bed leading the way to the Farm Market store and our Airbnb. 

This is Purple Valley, named after the purple perennials that are in full bloom right now. We are so excited about getting this quaint signage to mark this area of the farm!

 You’ll also see a sign for Beaver Valley, and the names origins should be obvious when you see it consists of a long wall made of repurposed materials (limbs, sticks, and other natural materials) donated by our loyal MP & Son Landscaping customers.

 Finally, there’s Fort Fangboner, an area that houses our compost and nursery for seedlings that are just starting out. These and our famous hostas are protected from the elements by the wall along Beaver Valley. To see how things looked in early spring, check out this video. Bonus: there is a critter sighting in this one! Don’t forget to smash that Like 👍button and subscribe to our YouTube channel while you’re at it.

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