Home gardens

I love that Bagni di Lucca residents grow things in tiny patches of land. Little plots grow vegetables and fruit and olive trees. Grape vines form fences. I often see thriving gardens on my walks around the villages.

I was happy to meet Rino Pacini who proudly showed me his growing vegetables.

His front yard is also lovingly tended.

Growng basil in a pot is about all I can manage on my tiny balcony at Ponte a Serraglio.

7 thoughts on “Home gardens

  1. Next time try to grow some sage in a pot. Basil is readily available. And pasta with olive oil and chopped sage is deliciously simple to prepare….

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