After a few touches of frost, my flowers survived. Daffodils and a few tulips bloomed. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of grass in the garden, all because I’ve been ill for a week and can’t weed. I’m feeling better today and hope to get this sorted out within a week.


Yesterday I used probably the last warm sunny autumn weather for a lazy walk in my city. This time it was Park Mokotow Field, which is still full of flowers. I was especially impressed by the carpets of sedums. I hope that my humble succulent will also look like that one day.



I leave these photos here. Summer is in its best view. Pink and blue hydrangeas are blooming amazingly under my windows. These imposing flowers are not mine, but I am dreaming about growing them. One day, maybe. And yes, I can’t choose the best of them. Lilacs at the end are for the variety.

Łazienki Park

I have only two opened orders at the moment, so I took the liberty of a far walk in my favourite Warszaw park – Łazienki or Royal Baths Park. Even though the ramble was interrupted several times by thunderstorms, I consider it successful. More about this park and its history you can find here:

The park before raining heavily

And after the thunderstorm

And Frederic Chopin Monument, where concerts of piano music are held in summer.


I have been working online only for the past years, so I don’t waste time travelling to the companies where I teach. For this reason, I don’t post any photos under the name “On my way to work”. But sometimes I miss my favourite places in Warsaw so much that I take every opportunity to go for a walk. Especially when the weather is like today – the sun is shining, and it is warm – 19 degrees Celsius. There are some photos from Ujazdowski Park and the area around Koszykowa here.