Wednesday, 20 August 2014

ZérO PhytO

Green gardening Versailles
This poster is up on the gate of this playground and public garden. Versailles' municipal gardeners have gone entirely green and don't use any chemicals in our public gardens anymore!

Ce poster se trouve sur la grille de ce jardin public.

21 comments:

Bergson said...

disons qu'on y croit
disons que bergson le fait

William Kendall said...

It is the responsible thing to do in this day and age.

RedPat said...

That's wonderful to see, Ciel!

Revrunner said...

Excellent!

Michelle said...

Wonderful!

Kate said...

Good for them!!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Totaly respect and support this action. But I do wonder what the public will say when roses get black spot or the trees get some kind of infestation. We'll see, I guess.

Randy said...

Very nice.

Thérèse said...

Wow! Do they organize workshops too?

llandudnopictures said...

Healthy gardens! And welcome back 'online'!

Small City Scenes said...

I'm glad you are back on line. Grrrrrr to the whole company. LOL
Good for green. MB

Sharon Anck said...

That is such a great idea!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's good to hear Ciel.. In my own small effort at 'being green' I don't use chemicals in my garden either :)

Tammie Lee said...

wahoo
i wish more gardens and parks and farms would do this!

EG CameraGirl said...

Super great news! I like to hear that the gardeners in public gardens have a conscience. :)

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I'm happy we are returning to our roots, our ancestors didn't use chemicals, we need to learn from them

Stuart said...

Bravo to the gardeners!

Halcyon said...

Nice! You couldn't buy round-up or other harsh weed killers in Toronto. But many people drove across the border and brought them back!

VP said...

Fertilizers are harmless chemical compounds and there is no way to grew anything without them, if not using... They probably only cut the pesticides, which is a very good thing to do.

Tanya Breese said...

that is wonderful!

Bergson said...

excellent toutes les mairies s'y mettent
reste plus qu'à convertir les irréductibles jardinier