A Division of Colorwithin

Our Mission

To Educate people on color therapy and the different healing modalities available. 

Colorwithin LLC is a representation of the knowledge brought forth in this incarnation for the past 25 years.  

Home of the 3 Siberian Sisters

All  produce is grown in organic soil.  I do not use any pesticides or toxic fertilizers only organic natural fertilizer and compost.

 If there is anything your interested in obtaining in produce, contact me.  I would be happy to plant vegetables you wish to purchase for your own personal consumption.

The Edible Rainbow

Fresh Grown Local Produce

2017 crops were: Big Boy Tomatoes, Husky Cherry Tomatoes, Sunrise (orange) Cherry Tomatoes, Heirloom Cherry Tomato, Sweet Peppers, Orange, Red & Green Bell Peppers, Broccoli, Napa Cabbage, Cauliflower, Butter Lettuce, Carrots, Zucchini, Red Russian Kale, Swiss Chard, Jack Be Pumpkins, Spaghetti Squash, Cucumbers.

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Leslie is a Certified Horticulturist/Floral Designer.  Master Gardener with the University of Illinois Will County Extension.  Husky Mom to the 3 Siberian Sisters.

Available for: Presentations, Workshops, Floral Consultations/Events.         Contact us!

I also started alot of our Canna, Dahlia, and Elephant ear bulbs in the greenhouse in preparation for a Wedding Event we are hosting this coming June.

This year we welcome our 3 toddler Siberian Husky girl puppies to our home.  They been quite the handful in their early stages thou are growing up to be some good girls. They came from the same litter and are all sisters.  Thats how it always goes.  You can follow them on instagram: 3siberiansisters.

Some seedlings have been started.  We currently have some cold crops started in the greenhouse floor.  Spinach, Beets and Lettuce.  I will be focusing on some Heirloom varieties in tomatoes,  Solar Flare, Brad's Atomic Grape, Black Cherry. Red Russian Kale, Dinosaur Kale, spinach, Chicago Pickles, summer squash, danver carrots, sweet banana and pepperchino peppers are a few of my first off focus.

Color Therapy

To understand Color is to understand that Color is not what you see.  Colors are a Vibratory Energy. 

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