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.
“What matters most is how well you walk through the fire.” Charles Bukowski June is a month of ecstatic climaxes. We are now heading towards the summer equinox which gives us the longest day of the year. The clay as well as the sea are now rapidly warming up. Plants and fish are reacting toContinue reading “June”
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”
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