Winter has officially arrived. Well not officially, but for me first snow means that autumn is coming to an end, even though it always melts away for another month or even two. Here are some impressions from the garden on the 28th and 29th of October 2019.

Calendula in the Garden

I have a lot of calendula plants in my garden. Usually too much, as they tend to sow themselves in the fall and rise in the most surprising places the next spring. I let them rise, as they are actually really beneficial plants to have in any garden!

Impressions in June

After a long winter and spring which just dragged on cold, summer 2017 has finally arrived. Here are some glimpses from our garden.

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Meeting the Nordic Institute of Permaculture in Oslo at ByKuben
Mustikkakukko served
Black currant jam
Chase and Snow
Aronia Mitschurinii harvest
Mulching with hay and leaves
2 nearly ripe tomatoes in a small tomato green house
Oars Digester at Dickinson College USA