I’ve had the privilige to lead two almost 2 hours tours of the garden this evening for Klimafestivalen i Trondheim (Trondheim Climate Festival). If these guys are the future, the future looks bright…
Campanula glomerata “Alba” / Clustered Bellflower / Toppklokke is a beautiful edimental
My friend Rita Amundsen in Oslo is soon one third of the way through her project vill365 (wild365) project in which she will every day for a year post a picture of dishes she preparesd with wild harvested food. She has just reached 100 days and the pictures of the creative dishes she has been making are simply stunning, an incredible diversity of local seasonal food. Go have a look!! It’s good that she lives so far away, I’d be round there all the time :)
I have two helpers in the garden this week and one of the jobs was to pull up all the garlic mustard / løkurt which was in danger of spreading big time! When I returned home, Tone was sitting outside patiently pulling off the young seed pods. They were cooked up in a failed attempt to make them less fibrous. She then separated the young green seeds for a tasty exclusive relish which we ate with dinner!
7 years ago on 27th July 2008 and the first flower on Aster scaber / Korean Aster opened in the garden :)