The warm and dry weekend weather is a welcome change for many Connecticut businesses.
“Weather always affects us, we’re 100% subject to weather,” Stephen Stanley, owner and operator of Flower Power Farm said.
In bloom and ready for business, Stanley is preparing for more customers with a nice weekend weather stretch.
“Usually on Saturdays we’ll have a police officer because we’re right on Route 5, it gets really busy,” Stanley said.
“I’m looking for some peas, some early spring vegetables that my daughter can pick later on,” Wells said.
Wells, who is from Windsor Locks, is looking ahead to the warm up that will allow her some time outdoors.
“It’s been so rainy and I’m looking forward to all the warmth and some sun and getting out and getting my fingers out in the garden,” Wells said.
While Stanley says the rainy Mother’s Day weekend washed away some customers, he expects plenty of them back this weekend.
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