Hi, I'm Becky Godlasky, and I am the creator of Bloomsbury Lane Farm. It's my little slice of heaven in Brooks, Georgia where I maintain large cut flower and vegetable gardens, raise a trio of hens, and practice my garden design skills. When we first moved out to the country, I was certain that our place needed a name, like so many of the lovely homes and gardens I visited during my many travels to England. For a while, I couldn't come up with anything that fit. Then I decided to start a flower farm, and I wanted its name to reflect something about its farmer. I chose Bloomsbury Lane as a nod to Virginia Woolf and her compatriots, including the brilliant gardener Vita Sackville-West (I was a British literature professor, after all). Although the farm is now closed and I just garden for my family and friends, I feel like the name still fits.
This is where I share all of my gardening successes and failures, as well as my wild ideas for design and garden structures. So brew yourself a cup of tea, get comfortable in your favorite chair, and spend some time with me in my garden!