As a gift from the Polish Embassy, there is now a small herb garden in the yard of the Haapsalu Castle Museum, where plants that could once be found in the monastery herb gardens grow.
Lavender, thyme, fennel are just a few of the plants that are planted in a box in the castle yard. “It’s ascetic and symbolic, but there’s no need for a bigger one, because each plant speaks for itself,” said Sławomira Borowska-Peterson, from whom the idea of an herb garden originated.
Photos by Arvo Tarmula
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