once there were 4 sisters

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....who were looking for ways to create experiences that brought them and their young families together.  They had a dream of creating a rural gathering place, a place where they could let the kids run wild, cook meals together, and have endless talks out on the back porch.  

Slowly that dream has become a reality.  We all fell in love with the community of Spring City, and in 2008 we restored a lovely pioneer home (Hollyhock House) on Main Street.  Later, we built a timber frame barn and a pioneer "replica" home (The Farmhouse) on the one acre adjacent lot.  In 2018 we purchased the neighboring historic home (The Stone Cottage) to add to the Spring Farm family, which makes for a delightful way to have large groups gather in one farmstead setting.

We sisters have enjoyed raising our kids together and decided to try our hand at raising lavender together as well.  In 2017 we gathered family and friends to help us plant 120 lavender plants.  After a little water and a lot of weeding, we had our first bumper crop - 45 bundles of lavender.  The lavender plats continue to thrive and grow, and each July we harvest the lavender, hang the bundles to dry, and use the sweet smelling buds in our homemade lavender products.  

What started out as a way to spend time together,  has become a fun family endeavor.  We have loved creating this magical place - where we gather with our families, we build and restore, and we are reminded of what is truly important.  

Our time at Spring Farm has been filled with joy and we can't wait for you to have the opportunity to create your own memories and experiences here as well.

We look forward to your visit.

Holly, Marta, Becca & Carrie

 
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