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Thumbnails of photos showing process of making jam
Jam session in pictures, ©Pixxe.org

Warsaw foragers were almost foiled (unintentionally) by Solidarność protesters before convincing several marchers to save the day. Don’t miss this great post by Pixxe on an eventful fruit-preserving party. The fruit — including dogwood cherries, apples, pears and mystery fruit — looks delicious.

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Two pears snuggled together

Sending our love out to all the plant lovers on this Valentine’s Day. Thank you for observing, caring for, documenting or just loving urban plants and for participating in this project, whether by reading and commenting on this blog, spreading the word… (more…)

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My host in Kyoto has a yuzu tree in her garden. I have tree envy.
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Personal grapes 1

You may have noticed a lot of foreign plants appearing on this blog, with the location changing almost daily, during the month of August. That’s because I was on a photography road trip through Germany, France, Spain and Portugal, urban plant-spotting along the way. I sent some photos from my cell phone, but I also shot five rolls of film which I still need to share with you. Here’s a few from Perpignan, on the Spanish border of France, to warm these chilly autumn days.

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What are these?

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