No space is too small to enjoy the pleasure of homegrown somethings sometimes.

Tag: rosemary


textbook (1)Gardening as I do it relies mostly on trying to learn what the plant likes best and then treat her that way. That does not mean, however,  that I never consult books, blogs or websites. Quite the contrary, I love browsing plants.

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Nice surprise

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Sometimes my plants surprise me by doing something unexpected, i.e. something that I (literally) had not seen coming. Just like this rosemary that produced a series of small lilac flowers during the last ten days or so. To say ‘Thank you, Rosemary!, here are the flowers in the order of their appearance.

Fresh from the oven


If you are a regular reader of this blog, you are well aware that most of the plants I grow either yield fruits or are meant to flavor our dishes. It might therefore be surprising that I have no actual kitchen plants that sit on the kitchen window sill year-round. Instead, most of the plants are balcony residents and only come back inside for the winter. Read the rest of this entry »

Stack them where they belong


It’s no news to you that I usually grow plants to eat their fruits or leaves in the end. So, naturally, a plant shelfie must be taken in the kitchen. Read the rest of this entry »

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