There's nothing quite like the way spring awakens our little corner of the North Valley. As the days lengthen ever so slightly and temperatures slowly begin to warm, our dedicated farmers germinate vegetables, herbs and flowers in the greenhouse, grown from seeds saved from previous seasons. Lavender cuttings from our fields were taken to the greenhouse during the winter months, have since sprouted roots, and are now transplanted into larger pots to encourage more growth. Daffodils and crocus will soon peek their heads above ground, and our flowering trees will burst into color seemingly overnight. Migrating Canada geese have already made the farm their winter home, and will likely welcome a gaggle of goslings who sweetly parade across the property and learn how to swim in our lotus pond.
As spring brings new life on the farm, there are countless ways to spend this wonderful season with us, and each month will offer a new lens to see Los Poblanos through. Read on to see what we'll be celebrating each month this spring.
Women's History Month
This month provides and incredible opportunity to recognize the strong women who had a hand in shaping Los Poblanos over the years. Don't miss the March lecture, How Women Made the West, Women of Los Poblanos tours and a wander through the Farm Shop to shop the work of many local female artisans.
New Mexico Cultural Traditions
Step back into Los Poblanos of the 1930s with a Classic Cocktail Class and 1934 Dinner at La Quinta. Attend An Evening with Lone Piñon to explore the traditional music of New Mexico. Exclusively for lodging guests, we're delighted to announce our Spring Cooking Class, centered around local, fresh ingredients.
As the weather warms and our gardens bloom, we're embracing the beauty of nature. Treat Mom to our annual Mother's Day Tea for a lovely afternoon in the gardens. Join our Spring Gardening Workshop and get ready for the season. May also brings the return of our ever-popular Walks with Wes farm tours.