Monday, 29 July 2013

Jardiniers en herbe

I had forgotten to show you this picture which I took at the end of June in Madame Elisabeth's domain. It seems that the pupils of nearby Condamines primary school have their own little plot there! Shame that most of the veg will be ripe during school holidays!

J'avais oublié de vous montrer cette photo prise fin juin dans le domaine de Madame Elisabeth. Il semblerait que les écoliers de l'école des Condamines toute proche soient des jardiniers en herbe, dommage que tout soit mûr pendant les vacances scolaires !

11 comments:

Thérèse said...

Peut-être viendront-il individuellement récolter le fruit de leur travail... j'ose espérer.

Olivier said...

c'est vraiment sympa comme idee, si cela peut les ouvrir a une nourriture saine et a la decouverte de la terre

Bergson said...

il faudrait que tu leurs fasses des conserves


pas trop difficile la reprise ?

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I think you need to help them while they are on holiday, as long as you can enjoy some of theit work.

Tanya Breese said...

oh that is sweet! i love the colorful sign!

Lowell said...

'Tis a cute little garden. Perhaps the kids can pick the goodies and have a sale to make some money for the school when things ripen. That should be worth at least one day out of the classroom!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Someone has to eat all those fresh veggies Ciel, I bet they have a plan :)

Sylvia K said...

What a lovely little garden it is!! I do hope someone gets to enjoy those delicious goodies!!

Small City Scenes said...

Well maybe they will visit during holiday and harvest too. MB

VP said...

No way to do this when I was a kid! By the way, what is Condamine? I know it is a street and I know Bazille's painting of his studio there, but does it mean something?

Loree said...

What a sweet idea for the kids.