June is slowly coming to an end so I come with this new garden update. Here are some quick news. Continue reading “Balcony garden in June”
I’ve decided to go for a new concept of regular monthly photo updates of my gardening effort. Continue reading “Balcony garden in May”
I’ve got a great tip for spring lemonade! From lilac blossoms! I have to admit that until now I had no idea that the lilac is edible at all, but I tried it and it ‘s excellent. Very sweet, floral and beautifully fragrant. In addition to the lemonade, this syrup can be used to sweeten tea, pancakes, or perhaps an ice cream. Continue reading “Lilac lemonade”
Wild garlic (Allium ursinum) is a great spring herb that has been experiencing a great renaissance in recent years. As the name suggests, it is related to classic garlic, but its flavor and aroma are more subtle. It contains a lot of vitamins and minerals, and is an ideal boost after a long winter.
Although it didn’t look like that in the last few days, spring is finally here. And with the spring comes new growing season and the very first post of my blog. I was born in Prague, but since my childhood I have been constantly digging in the soil and growing something. Continue reading “New beginnings”