Tag Archives: Linden

Last Post on my Lunch Tree

It didn’t work out as planned: for Tree Year, instead of coffee and sweeties after lunch, I wanted to go see a tree and take photos and write about it. I was able to watch the seasons on that big … Continue reading

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September Challenge: Edible parts

In September we already celebrate the 9th month of the Tree Year Project. Only recently I came across a most interesting book of Meret Bisegger called “My cuisine with wild plants” (on amazon in Italian, and German). She talks about … Continue reading

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Human Marks

My lunch tree now is in full leaves – see photo at the end of this post. When there were still less leaves I realized that this tree is wearing suspenders. Probably put there that those big branches will not … Continue reading

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Lunch Tree Embarrassement

I have to admit that my Lunch Tree – what I thought was an European Beech – is really a Linden tree (Large-leaved Linden or Lime – Tilia platyphyllos – Sommerlinde). End of March I found a fruit with a … Continue reading

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