In detail

In my garden, I met ...

In my garden, I met ...

The garden is a place teeming with life, as we know. And what happiness when you have the leisure to contemplate it up close! Observe the bee in its greedy race which pushes it from corolla to corolla, see the hard-working ant in its ceaseless quest for materials or food, or even watch the butterflies land and observe their expressions: are they looking for the most fragrant flowers or the ones that will highlight them the most? Even the fat slug has a certain charm when you know how to look at it while ignoring its devouring appetite. As we said, the garden is full of life. Now watch with us. "In my garden, I met ..."

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A spider so fine and delicate that the plants it travels have barely time to realize its passage.

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A pretty frog, fresh and shiny, just out of the nearby ditch. Does she come to the garden hoping to find some flies or mosquitoes to glean?

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A caterpillar fed, which lets itself be gently carried by the curvature of the nasturtium leaf which it has partly devoured.

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A foraging bee, concentrated on its work… How many nasturtiums would it be necessary to gather to fill a pot of honey with this same flower?

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A young syrphid in love with aromatherapy ... Does he know that mint, whose flowers he forages, is precious for passing headaches?

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A small yellow snail, whose shell has nothing to envy, in terms of geometry and elegance of the layout, to the decorative artichoke that welcomes it.

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A lonely ant… From the top of this sheet, is it trying to find the way to the anthill?

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A tiger fly ... What a nice play of contrast as she basks on this meadow of white flowers!

In my garden I met ...


J-F. Mahé A butterfly with sumptuous designs that has been taken by the charm of the buddleia, also called "butterfly tree".