“Muzzle of black lama”, “old mended cap”, “heart of child” … Here are some of the three hundred and eighty varieties of ancient potatoes resurrected by Julio Hancco at 4000 meters above sea level, near the Sacred Valley of the Incas. In Marseille, London or Rotterdam, weekend gardeners cultivate their vegetable gardens. In the Far North, thousands of seeds are frozen to save our plant biodiversity. In the forests of Kazakhstan the original apple are still growing. Niki de Saint Phalle, Charles Billy, Josep Pujiula gave shape to their interior gardens. A scientist placed electrodes on a plant to study its […]
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