Posts Tagged ‘farming’

The annual maple syrup harvest always presages the arrival of Spring and the transition here at HollyHedge to the busy season for weddings. It’s a time to gather together and share stories of the long winter before we all get pulled into farming the property and making people’s dream weddings come true.

We genuinely believe that we are not just the beneficial occupants of this beautiful estate, but are the stewards of its land and history. Learn more about what we’re doing to green HollyHedge and preserve its history.

What better thing to do on a rainy day in January than take a look back at the year that was and reminisce on some of our greener achievements in 2012? The Pool-to-Pond Project Tired of the constant maintenance of a pool that was rarely used, this past year we began the process of converting […]

With spring comes the flowering of our lovely old Weeping Cherry tree outside the main house of the inn. This year includes new additions, too. The young apple trees were an early addition, bringing simple white blossoms to the fields.Our established blueberry bushes set forth with gusto, preparing for hundreds of little berries with hundreds […]

Our inaugural maple syrup produced nearly 1.35 liters of pristine, golden syrup all from sugar maple trees on the property.