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Singh Farms

Oct 07, 2014 | By New Darlings

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Lately, our weekends have been pretty amazing.  Last Saturday, we woke up early, threw on some comfy clothes and headed to Singh Farms.  We had never been there before but heard amazing things and were pretty eager to check it out.  When you drive up to the farm, there’s a large dirt parking lot, with a little booth and an umbrella.  At first we looked around and said to each other, “Is this it?”, but this place is so deceiving.  The grounds are expansive and it truly is a secret garden.  Everywhere we turned there was something else to catch our eye, flower gardens with the most beautiful colors, banana trees with leaves bigger than our heads and, a full chicken coop with roosters and all!  It felt like we could have wandered around this place all day.  It was so refreshing to see such an oasis in the middle of the desert.

It seemed as though they were just getting ready for the new season, but had already had a great selection of fresh herbs, cauliflower and artichokes, as well as fresh jarred honey.  We had always dreamed of having our own garden and it’s something we still talk about quite frequently, but have always been unsure which fruits and veggies would be able to thrive in these Arizona temperatures.  There seems to be nothing better than walking out into your own yard and picking ripe tomatoes off the vine, or that perfect yellow squash to cook for dinner.  Everyone at the farm was so friendly and helpful.  They had baskets of different seeds, compost and various fertilizers.  We’re already planning our next visit, maybe with a recipe or two in mind.  And who knows…maybe we’ll start our very own, very small, patio garden!

His: J.Crew button-down (similar here and here), Levi’s jeans (similar), boots ℅ Minnetonka Moccasin, watch c/o Arvowear
Hers: Sweater c/o Gypsan, Gap jeans, Madden Girl boots (similar), Henschel hat, Cleobella bag, jewelry c/o Bella and Chloe, watch c/o Arvowear

Photos by: Kristine Morgan

10 comments on “Singh Farms”

    1. How exciting! The mornings and nights are really cooling down, but it during the day is still a bit warm, so light layers are a must! Hope you enjoy your trip while you’re here! xo

  1. You two have just *the* best pictures- this is making me antsy to go to a market myself! It’s so much fun smelling the different foods, trying to decide which ones to buy and which ones to regretfully hold off on, haha. And love your hat!

    xo marlen
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  2. You guys are so gorgeous – love your blog!! Just came across it recently and it’s one of my favourites now… you guys take such lovely photos and Christina, I love your style! Keep the posts coming! xx

  3. I just find out your blog thanks to FP blog and it is so beautiful. I love it !
    Hope one day we can do shoots cute like that with my love <3

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