02 april 2011

Gardeners sustainable living 2011

I was asked of Jane to Gardeners' Sustainable Living Project describe something I do to help Mother Earth.

My biggest thing is to show the children of my own and even all the neighbors children how plant grow and they can taste there own grown potatoes, fruit and berries. We also save all organic from the kitchen and leftover and put it in a compost.
To show the children and tell them about a green living that a way to save the plante.

I am not a writer but I try to show you with photos!












































Let the old help the young ones!


Have you stopped over to participate in the Gardeners' Sustainable Living Project? It will be 'open' until April 15th so you have plenty of time.It is also a giving away for over 20 garden gifts.
You do NOT need to be 'green' to join in--just interested and aware of our environment and willing to look at what you can do to contribute positively and eliminate or reduce unnecessary actions. Maybe you would like to share one thing or a dozen things. Being 'aware' of how we act, in relation to nature, is the first step.

Today´s flowers

10 kommentarer:

Susie på Stjärnarve sa...

Vilket jättefint bidrag, så fint uttryckt både i bild och text!
TREVLIG HELG
Susie

Mia sa...

Vlken härlig bildkavalkad Maria, barnen ser så förtjusta ut (och vilken bamsemorot du har odlat). Att barnen också har glädje av trädgården tycker jag är det finaste av allt :)

AnnCharlotte sa...

Vilka härliga känslor dina fina, fina bilder förmedlar....
Wow...
Ha det bäst ;)

Perry sa...

This is an awesome series of images. They tell such a wonderful story of gardening for all ages. Very much, thank you for sharing! Here is my entry.

Vicky sa...

Very beautiful series of photos!

Berit sa...

underbara bilder:)
Ha en underbar dag!!

Elephant's Eye sa...

Your pictures tell a vivid vital growing story. If we don't teach the children ... (Glad you are on blospot never tried to leave a comment in Swedish before ;~)

Ewa sa...

Sometimes we can say more with photos that words :)

The Sage Butterfly sa...

Die kinder are so cute! They are very good helpers.

Jan@Thanks for today. sa...

Maria, somehow I missed commenting on your lovely post until now! I actually visited it earlier but guess I didn't write anything...sorry about that. I LOVE your photos, they DO tell a wonderful story and SHARE so much with everyone. You do a great service to your children and those in the neighborhood by sharing all-things-gardening with them! Your girls are so precious and they look so carefree in the garden! Gardening makes everyone feel good and brings so much happiness to young, and old, alike;-) Is that your mom holding the beets? She looks very happy indeed! Thank you for sharing your post and linking to the project! Good luck;-)