Cultivate Simple Podcast in iTunes Chiot's Run on Facebook Chiot's Run on Twitter Chiot's Run on Pinterest Chiot's Run on Flickr RSS Feed StumbleUpon

Vintage French Gardening Posters

April 8th, 2019

When we toured the Chateau of Villandry, the hallway upstairs was lined with these vintage vegetable posters. I’ve seen copies of these before, but never this many in one place. They were amazing! Unfortunately, the lighting in the hallway wasn’t great and they were hung a little high so I couldn’t take photos straight on. I figured you’d rather see them in less than perfect photos than not see them at all. Here’s my first quick post with photos from our trip to France.










I’m learning a new photo management and editing software, so I may only post a few photos while I figure out how to work with it.

3 Comments to “Vintage French Gardening Posters”
  1. Barbara Condon on April 8, 2019 at 9:32 am

    The posters are wonderful. Thanks for sharing them!

    Reply to Barbara Condon's comment

  2. Sherry on April 22, 2019 at 9:51 am

    They are beautiful. Thank you.

    Reply to Sherry's comment

  3. mandie on April 28, 2019 at 2:02 pm

    Love these!!

    Reply to mandie's comment

Comments RSS

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge

Shop Through Amazon

Shop through this link and I get a few cents each time. It's not much, but it allows me to buy a new cookbook or new gardening book every couple months. I appreciate your support!

Reading & Watching
Resources

Shop through these links and I get a few cents each time. It's not much, but it allows me to buy a new cookbook or new gardening book every couple months. I appreciate your support!

About

This is a daily journal of my efforts to cultivate a more simple life, through local eating, gardening and so many other things. We used to live in a small suburban neighborhood Ohio but moved to 153 acres in Liberty, Maine in 2012.

Blogroll
Admin
Read previous post:
Friday Favorite: Seeds

I'm finally back and unpacked, our week in France was fantastic. One of the places we visited was Villandry, a...

Close