Stellar Gardening

Last week I took a very inspiring course called Stellar Gardening, part of the “Making Space for the Mysterious – Summer Festival of Arts and Education” at the Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto. The course content was a well balanced mix of theory of Biodynamic gardening, connection with the land through …

Happiness in bloom

My flowers are popping open! Back in May I planted my first flower garden ever. Around the third week of May the  seedlings started breaking through the soil and since then I have been anxiously waiting for this big moment.  I planted Cosmos, Zinnias, Echinacea and Poppies. Sadly, absolutely nothing …

Our garden’s promises

And there’s more! Beets, carrots, cucumbers, basil, potatoes, chives, sunflowers, zinias and cosmos. It’s looking good 🙂 ======================*****====================== Alface, tomate, vagem, morangos, abóboras, lavanda… e tem mais! Beterraba, canoura, peipno, manjericão, batata, cebolinha, girassol, zinias, e cosmos. A coisa tá boa! 🙂

The last harvest

We spent most of our Saturday working at home. We harvested the last carrots and beets from the garden and prepared the …

From the garden to the table

Last Sunday we invited a Marta’s friend and her family over and had a little potato harvest party. The children loved to …

Quick peek in the garden

Oh, our garden is growing beautifully! What a joy it is to see the garden thriving after last year’s disappointment. The new …

A long weekend

Today is a holiday here in Canada. We didn’t have any special plans for the long weekend mainly because I, as a …

Preparing for the Summer

On Sunday, after we returned from the May Day celebration, we started to prepare our garden for the Summer. We transferred the …