THE MODERN MINT BLOG
We want to share with you this incredible edible orchestra!
Just take a look at 1 minute 38 seconds in, at the cucumber and red pepper trumpet!
Based in Vienna, they use both fresh and dried fruit and vegetables to create their instruments, peeling and honing each one ‘fresh’ for every concert.
At the end of the concert, vegetables are made into soup that is then shared with the audience.
Who would have thought a carrot marimba, a radish flute or a leek violin could sound so good?
Though we really aren’t sure what they do with the cabbage….
… actually, we might go into the kitchen now and find out…
Okay, the cabbage was a disappointment. But the cauliflower sounded great!
What have you got in your kitchen that will make you a musical star?
Fernando Caruncho is a garden designer from Madrid. I am always inspired by his work – his clean lines, ‘green architecture’, sense of proportion, balance and minimal plant palette. This seems to bring out the atmosphere of the garden, the space, intensifying its… spirit. I have written about him a lot – here, for example… and here. But recently I have discovered a few more interviews with him, so thought I would link to his words as he always has something interesting to say, the opposite of prosaic. This first interview from the Society of Garden Designers will give you …
In 2021 I will be offering 5 talks – so if you are a Garden Club, Horticultural Society, WI, Probus group or club of some kind who needs a speaker, click on the link below to read a short document with all the details! Talks Information 2021 inc Zoom Darren Lerigo, Modern Mint There is an FAQ’s section included in the download, but if you have another question that needs answering then please do get in touch with me and ask it. I’m happy to help! Contact Me About A Talk For Your Group
Charlotte Molesworth, my topiary mentor, and I are running our popular topiary workshop again in 2021. You can email me for details – or go here for information, your ticket and to find out about dates. Book A Spot On A Topiary Workshop, September 2021