Our 33rd year!
Gardens and wild places have always been places of great peace and healing. For millennia human beings have gone to the garden to have their wounded and broken pieces soothed and healed, to relax, to experience the connection with something larger than the small self - God, Creator, Great Spirit - however one names that Great Presence or whether one names it at all.
Our ideal at Seven Arrows has been to create this place as a public place, a Peace Garden which is always open for strolling through, sitting, relaxing, contemplation. Native American teachings say that each of us is responsible for the future because we are the ancestors of future generations.The gardens each of us plant today, then, must bear fruit for our children's children as well as for ourselves. As stewards of the planet we must leave it in better condition than we found it!
Visitors may *Wander through lovely gardens, greenhouses and an uncommon plant nursery filled with lush and unusual offerings, *Browse through an old-time herb and gift shop filled with hundreds of varieties of dried herbs, tinctures, essential oils, hard-to-find ingredients for handmade lotions, creams, blends, perfumes, one-of-a-kind garden art pieces, garden and gifty stuff *While away an afternoon in the Tea Room, Tea Garden or one of the peaceful nooks and crannies around the Farm *Read a book, watch a gardening or herbal medicine video in the library *Feed the goat, chickens, Gonzo the Goose, Lucky Ducky and company, and Dottie and Choppy - the brilliant potbelly pigs. SIT. RELAX. ENJOY!
Visitors are welcome year round to the gardens, greenhouses, library, Tea Room and shop located on the 18th century Uriel Bowen homestead on the Attleboro/Seekonk town line. As Judy's much loved Aunt Marge says "Come early, stay late!"
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