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Late summer is a season for delights – our peaches are ripe now, the first late-summer and autumn apples are also ripening, and of course there are the Zwetschgen, this kind of plum that lends itself to baking and cooking … Continue reading

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I’m on my way back home from the fair, and while I am on the road, you are getting peaches. Or at least pictures of peaches, hanging on our tree: Though they look temptingly yellow and red, they are still … Continue reading

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When I came back from the last fair, the garden greeted me with lots of beautiful flowers, and it’s Friday, and I think you might enjoy some garden pics too, so here you go: Tulips! Even more tulips! Still more … Continue reading

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I definitely need more hours in a day. Or more nights that miraculously turn out to be working nights, yet still deliver rest. Or something like that. Yesterday, for instance, was totally gobbled up by work on the Textile Forum … Continue reading

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Actually, this title is half a lie, because only one picture is an actual garden pic – this one: It’s a surprise gladiolus that one day just turned up here, and now it’s blooming brightly red and standing tall. Well, … Continue reading

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While I was away having fun, things were going on back home. Garden things, mostly – the lawn growing like crazy, just like the willow fence. But also nicer, more edible ones: The beef tomatoes (a variety I’ve had not … Continue reading

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It has been a while since you got garden pics – high time to change that! Bees are visiting this not-real-sage plant, enjoying the nice purple flowers. Speaking of nice flowers (though not purple): Nasturtiums in full bloom. And I … Continue reading

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