Are fruit trees dedicated to late people in public spaces a good idea and who can pick and eat the fruit?
La Plantelière is a public space dedicated to the discovery of nature and the exploration of sustainable gardening practices. Located near Aurillac, it is a great place to learn about fruit trees.
A mile away from “Le jardin d’Aurillac”, there is an abandoned orchard just in front of the university campus where students learn to “innovate and enhance the agricultural products of the region”*.
Back to Aurillac for a few days at the end of April. Oranges and greens in cold winds.
Chaplin’s World museum, set in the Swiss house where the artist spent the last 25 years of his life, opened on 16 April in Corsier sur Vevey. To me the stars of the day were not only the movie stars, but also the fruit trees in and outside the Manoir de Ban’s park. Continue reading