There is a lot to say about Prangins Castle’s kitchen garden, located close to the lake between Lausanne and Geneva, from its creation in the eighteen century to the modern day. This is a first encounter.
We take a break from the series on the life expectancy of fruit trees to introduce three topics inspired by a recent trip to Switzerland: fruit trees at various altitudes, fruit trees in expanding cities and fruit trees in museum gardens.
How can a garden be taken care of when its owners are away on a summer holiday? Here are a few words on a question which will require further investigation.
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