GIVEAWAY: “Farm to Girl, Stitchin’ Post”

For a chance to win a FREE sampling of Farm to Girl skin-care products, tell me what color of flower would look best tucked behind your ear in the comments below. (My choice would be a red lily, or maybe a yellow rose, or maybe a pink peony or …) I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-October.


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  1. bobbie Krohn says:

    For me the beauty of a flower would be in the Lilac. I have always loved Lilacs … the color and the scent. It brings to mind my childhood days when sunshine and bare feet were the norm. Nothing smells lovelier.

  2. Gail O says:

    A white daisy.

  3. Shelby York says:

    A deep orange Hibiscus bloom form the bush on my front porch!
    I love the apron!

  4. I believe a pink fairy slipper would be a lovely flower to tuck behind my ear. Being a native to the Western slope of Colorado, it has an intoxicating fragrance and has an adorable name!

  5. patti carlson says:

    Tucked behind my ear would be a purple iris.

  6. Melinda says:

    Pink peony for certain!

  7. Anne says:

    Mine would be a wisp of Blue Forget-Me-Nots.

  8. Randi says:

    I have a thing for red tulips. =)

  9. Jessica Rasmussen says:

    I think a coral pink rose, hopefully without thorns, would be my choice for tucking behind my ear! 🙂

  10. kim says:

    i would pick an orange dahlia

  11. Shannon H says:

    I think I would go for a lilac sprig… more for the scent than anything else. Though usually you will see me with a dandelion behind my ear, as it is my kids’ favorite flower to pick for me 🙂

  12. Arlene Gallegos says:

    I would love a yellow rose tucked behind my ear, no thorns please

  13. Cheryl Smith says:

    A braid of panseys

  14. Mary Mulligan says:

    A large light purple zinnia is my choice.

  15. Honey says:

    I don’t know if it would be the best looking flower, but I’d love the scent of a Stargazer lily nearby.

  16. Cheryl O'Mara says:

    Just a simple black eyed susan would be for me! I have always loved these simple flowers!

  17. Sandra says:

    A blue hydrangea would be my pick fires or a daisy.

  18. Becky Freeman says:

    A white Carnation would be my pick of flowers

  19. Tammy says:

    I think a white pansy with purple eyes would be really pretty tucked behind my ear.

  20. Carrie Sales says:

    I think the best flower to tuck behind my ear would be a bright pink Hibiscus- not uncommon to tuck behind your ear but very pretty!

  21. Lorene Boyd says:

    Sprigs of blue hydrangea would be beautiful

  22. AVIS FRIEDEL says:

    A wild buttercup this way I know I am out in the bush in early spring and enjoying the beginning of a new season. If it has to be from my garden a scented stock this way I smell like spices!

  23. Michele Walsh says:

    I would like the mythical blue rose or a variegated pink peony. Awesome beautiful flowers at all times.

  24. Joannie Mattoon says:

    I love purple petunias, and purple pansys, I would stick either one behind my ear. LOVE, . All the blogs. Lonely suburban farmer. Following after my late Father. Gobs of tomatoes left to pick before it freezes in Northern Indiana. Joannie Mattoon

  25. Heather says:

    Something fushia-colored for sure!!

  26. I believe a bluebell would look best tucked behind my ear. Blue flowers are lovely.

  27. Melinda Wolfe says:


  28. Nancy Becker says:

    The flower of my state, the Texas Bluebonnet!!

  29. Jennifer says:

    Pink Gerber Daisy

  30. Cathy says:

    My pick would be a wild flower daisy

  31. Kathy McCourt-Cox says:

    I believe a red rose would look best tucked behind my ear, the fragrance would be awesome…a classic beauty, time changes but the rose is still there.

  32. Dwana Davis says:

    Something red would look best in my gray and silver hair….perhaps a carnation, because they smell awesome too!

  33. Louvena McCann says:

    I like a Daisy. Simply basic and beautiful.

  34. Karen Heck says:

    I would like a white stephanotis

  35. Heidi Fry says:

    A purple and orange pansy to remind me of my sister!!

  36. Corrine Kohli says:

    A yellow daffodil would look nice in my hair or behind my ear!

  37. Kathleen says:

    I would pick a spray of lavender because it looks beautiful and smells heavenly

  38. Lisa Ferguson says:

    I’d have to say either a yellow or orange hibiscus!

  39. Mary Allen says:

    A daisy

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