Parcs, garden in Paris France

So many green areas Paris, you would not imagine. One of the French particularity play grounds, places to wall around, for Kids to play. When you say, you have been brought up in Paris, people’s face turns mad, a big grin, and say: People: “oh I m so sorry”. It must be so hard. Meaning, no life and locked up in an apartment all year-long, the horrible flux … Continue reading Parcs, garden in Paris France

Jusquiame noire, Hyoscyamus niger,L – Weekly photo challenge – Eerie

This picture of the Hyosycyamus niger L. Family Solanaceae, was taken this July in Aussois, France ( by me). It is a beautiful but very toxic plant and flower! How can so much beauty be held by such a “deadly” plant. It is a dangerous plant, but was also used to relief great pain ( Ste Hildegarde). It was also used in the past as … Continue reading Jusquiame noire, Hyoscyamus niger,L – Weekly photo challenge – Eerie

Weekly photo challenge: infinite – Anethum Graveolens and the Swallowtail butterfly

Infinite, can be approached In many ways in life. Infinite can be a “profound” feeling, un sentiment profond,. Some very gifted photograph or painter will be able to disclose it through the perfect shot, or representation, that would show one soul’s reflection in it eye’s glow. As for today, I decided to show the infinite dependence of the Swallowtail butterfly and the dill, Anethum graveolens … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: infinite – Anethum Graveolens and the Swallowtail butterfly

Pickles? Give me a hint? Any idea?

Once upon a time, a Gardner gave me a seed.. I decided to plant it… Weeks later, a little plant appeared and turned into a “zucchini”, “courgette”… But it was different, it looked like a “cornichon”, “gherkin”… I waited and waited as it was of a pale yellow color, for it to turn into green… The gardener disapeared, as if he came out of thin … Continue reading Pickles? Give me a hint? Any idea?

Weekly challenge : Masterpiece

Some weeks ago an herbalist congress Was held in Boston, USA. Teachers and Director of the École Lyonnaise des plantes médicinales et du savoir naturel, from Lyon, France, Where there! Representing the French knowledge as French herbalist ! Tough in France, as this profession is not recognized since 1941. One of their great discovery was this flowers/ botanical glass collection in the Harvard nature museum. … Continue reading Weekly challenge : Masterpiece

Just for the pleasure : Papaver rhoeas L.

Simple flower, Fragile and growing on improbable places, side by side with the road. Known since we are small, her color is appealing. She is beautiful but passes away as fast as her beauty strikes. She offers us her color, her joy, her delicateness, and her strength, Collect her petals and she will, with your help transfer her healing might. Ladies and gentleman, I have … Continue reading Just for the pleasure : Papaver rhoeas L.