The Museum's animators reveal a few recipes for eating wild plants.
If you're lucky enough to have a garden, chances are you have at least one of these three plants. Here are three easy recipes for filling up on minerals. Bon appétit!
Activities at home
The museum mobilizes its talents and offers you a few ideas for activities.
Rediscover simple pleasures and share special moments with your children.
You want to know everything there is to know about these plants: Sylvie anemone, lamier pourpre, coltsfoot, wild garlic, daffodil, amadouvier, oxalis, petite pervenche. At last, their secrets are revealed!
- Sylvie Anemone or Wood Anemone
- Purple Dead Nettle
- Bear's garlic
- The little periwinkle
- The daffodil
Illustrator: Thomas Bernardy
Author: François-Xavier Fuchs, mountain guide
Spruce clapboard cladding
A number of building-related skills are disappearing, from spruce shingles to lime rendering and whitewash. There are few craftsmen who master these techniques, and they are not always able to pass on their know-how.