In the past few years, house plants and urban gardens have (gladly) come back into our homes. And what’s not to love about them?
Living in the city in a flat without a balcony or garden, my options for urban gardening are sadly quite limited. Still, in the past few years, I have started to collect some plants and started growing some herbs outside my window. I’m already dreaming about how to grow my indoor garden once I return from my holiday in a few weeks. There might be a whole shelf of plants moving in this coming autumn!
Apart from all the inspiring urban jungles of my instagram friends (Siobhan forever being an inspiration), I have read and watched some great gardening and nature things lately and thought I might share them with you. I hope you find something new you like that inspires you to grow your own garden at home!
As I’m writing this, I’m sat on the balcony with the sun on my shoulders and an iced coffee next to me.
Last weekend, rather on a whim, I went for a little weekend trip to Antwerp.
To me, a good Saturday morning looks like this: Brunch with old friends, great food and lots of coffee.
Can you believe that 2018 is already halfway over? It’s July!
It’s the end of January and there is a feeling of unrest in the air. No matter who you talk to, everyone has enough of winter and the cold, dark days. We are ready for Spring.
Are you dreaming of following your heart and living all over the world in 2018?
Two weeks ago, I came home from a beautiful holiday to Mexico.
Hanna’s Places is a green lifestyle magazine written by Hanna Ulatowski. It’s all about slowing down in a fast-paced society and finding ways to live a more sustainable, simple lifestyle.