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Σας αρέσει η κηπουρική; 14 Instagram accounts για να ακολουθήσετε τώρα

Σκέφτεστε να ανανεώσετε τους εξωτερικούς χώρους και τις γωνιές του σπιτιού σας με μερικές δόσεις πράσινου αυτό το καλοκαίρι; Η Vogue συγκεντρώνει 14 must accounts στο Instagram για να πάρετε ιδέες και να ασχοληθείτε σήμερα κιόλας με την κηπουρική.

Kαλοκαίρι δεν σημαίνει μόνο παραλία. Σημαίνει βόλτες στην πόλη και συναθροίσεις με φίλους στο σπίτι. Είτε σας αρέσει να κάθεστε στη βεράντα, ή στον κήπο σας, σίγουρα μερικά φυτά μπορούν να μεταμορφώσουν τον χώρο σας και θα τον κάνουν να φαίνεται ακόμα πιο όμορφος. Η Vogue σας δίνει μια σειρά από ιδέες για να ασχοληθείτε σήμερα κιόλας με την κηπουρική!

H αλήθεια είναι πως – ειδικά μετά την περίοδο της καραντίνας – χόμπι που δεν είχαμε σκεφτεί ποτέ πως θα μας συγκινούσαν, τώρα έχουν γίνει δεύτερη φύση μας. Ο λόγος φυσικά για μαγειρική, περπάτημα, διαλογισμό, κηπουρική και πολλές ακόμη δραστηριότητες που μπήκαν στη ζωή μας διστακτικά αλλά τελικά θα μείνουν.


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Ως άλλη ψυχοθεραπεία, κάπως έτσι ερωτευτήκαμε την κηπουρική, πολλοί γιατί έπρεπε επιτέλους να φτιάξουν τη βεράντα ή/και τον κήπο τους, και άλλοι γιατί απλά δεν μπορούν να αντισταθούν στη γοητεία των φυτών εσωτερικών χώρων. Όπως και να έχει, το Instagram είναι γνήσιος υποστηρικτής των νέων μας χόμπι, γεμίζοντας μας έμπνευση και εικόνες που μας παρακινούν να τα εξελίξουμε.

Αν ανήκετε και εσείς στους «ορκισμένους» πλέον κηπουρούς ή αν απλά λατρεύετε να διακοσμείτε με κάκτους το μπαλκόνι σας, αυτά τα 14 Instagram accounts θα σας δώσουν φρέσκες ιδέες για να μεταμορφώσετε το προσωπικό σας καταφύγιο σε επίγειο παράδεισο αυτό το καλοκαίρι:

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The way the orange calendulas glow on the evening table made me think of planting…orange nasturtiums in the windowboxes 😳 What is happening to me? First petunias and now the most predictable nasturtium. Regression. To the 70’s? I actually love nasturtiums. Their peppery leaves are delicious – see #nasturtiumleafsalads – and they are also a reassuring functional food: antiviral, antimicrobial and antifungal. Good to chew on when you think you’ve been invaded by aliens 👽 And, the flowers are perfumed. Stick your nose into the next posy you pick. It’s surprisingly fruity and gentle for such an assertive plant. Plus nasturtium capers – see #capersno9 🧡 So. It’s just the orange longing that is throwing me 🤔 Moving along, supper was a chicken someone else spit-roasted (it was a bloody long day and a relief not to cook), roasted broccoli and a caprese with blackberries macerated in elderflower vinegar, with basil from the terrace #thewindsorterrace . . . . . #urbangarden #citygarden #tinygarden #balconygarden #gardenstyle #urbanoasis #gardening #gardens #gardengram #summerflowers #windowboxes #windowboxfarm #petunias #portulaca #skinnylaminx #terracelife #thailimes #citrusinpots #supper #alfresco #outdoorroom #outdoorliving #newyork #brooklyngarden #anthroliving

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Romantic Idyll by William Shackleton

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Meet Olwethu Ngcobo @organicbaddie from Johannesburg, South Africa 🇿🇦 “I got inspired to grow my own food from watching gardening tv shows and YouTube videos. I saw the benefits others were getting and I challenged myself to try it and I haven’t looked better since 2013. I grow food because I enjoy working with plants and love being self sufficient. Seeing a seed become a seedling is so beautiful and encouraging to keep growing and doing more. I grow crops according to the seasons and I also love to grow endogenous produce that we used to eat growing up. No tilling is very important to my gardening and we also used our horse manure to fertilize our soil and use chicken soup manure to feed our plants. Crop rotation is also important to keep your soil healthy, I make my own pesticide spray using garlic and chillie and it keeps bugs at bay. The biggest reward I get from gardening is happiness, fulfillment and courage. You never know how your plants will turn out but with dedication and planning you can achieve great results and become your own boss. Being self sufficient Gives me security during times of need. I teach others to start their own gardens at home using my YouTube channel and I also started teaching local schools in our townships to use their open spaces to grow food and show the kids how their foods gets to the table. They also take seeds home to start their own small gardens and enjoy their free time learning about being self sufficient. Sharing information will help us grow together. I started gardening because I learned from others, by listening to what they have gone through and what I do the same. We need to use technical tolls such as social media and other platforms to educate and share skills that can change our economic status and improve our environment. Food security is important for all and everyone should be able to grow their own food and not depend on others.”

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No space for a greenhouse outdoors? Make one inside! 📷: @tim_scbrg welcome to the #houseplantclub 🌿

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Sowing a seed is an inherently hopeful act. It sends a message to the universe that you believe that a delicious future is possible, even if the journey ahead looks uncertain 🌿🌿🌿 . My next newsletter about the seeds I sowed this week goes out later today. Link in the bio. . And if you’re interested in listening to me talking to @andrewtimothyob on his Gardens, Weeds and Words podcast, there’s a link to that in the newsletter too 🌱 . . . #seedsowing #organicgrower #organicgardener #naturetherapy #ecotherapy #pocinnature #instagreen #marketgardener #organicfarming #foodwastewarrior #organicagriculture #growsomething #growsomethinggreen #growyourownfood #organicfarmer #organicproduce #organicvegetables #groworganic #locallysourced #eatlocal #eatorganic #gardeningforhealth #seasonalproduce

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Good morning 🌿

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Sunday night pool party! ✌️💚🌿🌵🌴💃💦 📷 by @sphynx_n_plants #urbanjunglebloggers

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Leafy Greens Harvest 23 🥬 As I stepped out into the garden to harvest, it came to my mind that no matter what is happening, we still need to eat. Food is life. Food is pleasure. Food is nourishment. Food is medicine. (Just an aside that I also know it can be other, complicated things too for people). • This harvest shows a turning point in the weather. It was hot. We’re moving away from the early season perennials. Much of my chicory has bolted. The dandelion is plentiful but becoming more bitter. The spinach seed I planted some time ago barely had a chance to develop before it too went to seed again. • What is rising now are the mustards. This harvest includes radish greens aplenty, colourful mustards that are tender and mild and others that are pungent and sharp. Wild Italian arugula is staging a renaissance in my garden. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen as many seedlings as I do this year. I found a hearty mallow (Malva neglecta) hidden one a patch of spring bulbs. Mustards I transplanted from another spot have made flowers so I added those in too. This is why direct sowing greens is better. Not a single direct or self sown plant has shown signs of hot weather stress. We also have an abundance of violet leaves and a few flowers left. I added a few before deciding to wait until it dries out more before doing a separate harvest. We’re definitely coming into the peak of leafy greens season. There’s a lot more out there I could have harvested, but seasonal allergies are kicking my ass today and I’ll wait until tomorrow to do another round. #yougrowgirlgreens

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