This is a monthly blog born out of a passion for wild plants, culture and story.
‘As gardeners we know that even the outermost bud on the furthermost branch is fed by its deepest roots.’
I believe in a world where we have more choices than just to consume. My mission is to invest in Nature education in order to empower the next generation. I do that by creating educational posts and providing inspiration for further exploration. Join me in creating strong bonds with the more than human world around us, a small step at a time.
Christopher Lloyd, the great garden writer reflected on May as following: ‘Man compares himself with the world around him, with the birds shouting their songs, the trees bursting into leaf, old or young, in imagination or in fact, he feels himself a part of this creative impulse. There is a great forward impulse in spring.Continue reading “May”
Foraging is a term I don’t really like to use. What I think we often mean by foraging nowadays is what I would call economic botany. With economic botany the main question is “What can this plant do for me, what benefit can this plant give me?” However I would like to shift the perspectiveContinue reading “Foraging – finding our place within the ecosystem”
This blog started in February. It was at a time when in Bavaria the snow would slowly start to melt under trees, indicating that water is taken up through the trunk into the buds. The buds have swollen for a whole month now. They have slowly gained energy, developed their ideas for the year untilContinue reading “April”
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