Even if it feels a bit like downsizing after having a forest as a backyard for the past five years, we’re very lucky to have an outdoor space in the city…
A very happy Trombocino squash
In this part of the garden are the squashes, lettuces of all sorts, cucumbers, strawberries and fine herbs. We’ve invaded the space with as much edible landscape as possible. The hanging planters hold the strawberry plants, thyme, wild arugula and nasturtiums.
Cucumber flower at its best!
At least once a week, my niece comes over for a craft session. I encourage her to explore her (very) creative brain using different materials and techniques and yesterday, to set the example, I tried my hand at weaving raffia.
We’ve been experimenting on wood sticks lately and one of the sessions ended with something that look like an underwater village.