One last dig

Our school year is drawing to a close and we’re probably having one last dig with the students before everyone leaves on their internships. There was more potato hilling, border repair and onion and rhubarb distribution. We hope to see everyone again in the fall.

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Little Worker

bee - RemiPhoto of a little worker of the garden, keeping it alive by its invisible but vital job.

Photo and comments by Rémi.

A Bee Haven

The garden has become a jungle!
Here are the first presents of the Jardin Pontanique … Let’s hope many will follow!
Those flowers are a haven for bees. They keep on ruling the life in the garden.Gregoire3 Gregoire2




marie - flower The clematite is a pink flower which evokes purity, joy and simplicity by its color and its shape.

Photo and comments by Marie.


This flower is a beautiful purple periwinkle which grows at 20-30 centimeters from the ground. This plant has a very important foliage that covers the ground. The periwinkle is very adaptable to the surrounding conditions. It can grow in shade or in the sun and adapts to almost any type of soil. Photo and comments by Kilian.
Photo_jardin Killian

A touch of color

GuillaumeThis is a picture of a muscari. It’s a fairly common flower, but I still find it really enjoyable to have in a garden, it brings a nice touch of color. Photo and comments by Guillaume.

Colors and light

PiaI took a picture of a bee gathering pollen on a flower. It reminded me of how important  the animals in all the process of gardening are, and that we should protect them. It was very beautiful to see, the little yellow bee upon the blue flowers. It brought colors and light to the garden. Photo and comments by Pia.

The new normal

I chose this photo because I find it beautiful. I forgot its name even if you told me, I am sorry about that. It was particularly beautiful because this flower was alone in the middle of an almost deserted place. These pretty bright colors and its particular shape change a little bit the normal. Photo and comments by Mohammed.mohammed

Rosemary and periwinkle

Here’s my picture of the garden, two radically different flowers, on tiny fluffy round and one long bouquet of branches, with only one common point: their lovely purple.

Comments and picture by Victoire.

The little things

I chose these little flowers because in this season, they are the most coloured things we can observe. It is all the more interesting since they are very little in comparison with the other plants of the garden and thus, they are not the first thing we see in the garden. Comments and pictures by Nicolas.