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I have to thank to Lucinda who nominated me for the Liebster Award. Lucinda is a wonderful woman and she writes about things that happen in her life.


The rules:

1. Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter on your blog.

2. Link back to the blogger who awarded you.

3. Copy & Paste the award to your blog.

4. Nominate 5 blogs to receive the award who have less than 3000 followers.

5. Inform them of their nomination by leaving comment on their blog.

My nominees:

Pardon My Garden
Simply Made Kitchen and Krafts
The Earth Mama
My Botanical Garden
Arthur in the Garden

Thank you so much to Jen Gardener for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award. The Jen Gardener blog is about developing garden. You find here subtle pictures and writings full of love for gardening.


The rules of this award are:

  •  Thank the person who gave you this award.
  •  Include a link to their blog.
  •  Next, nominate 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award and include a link to their site (and tell them that you have nominated them).
  •  Finally, tell  7 things about yourself.

My nominees:
Town and Country
Forest so Green
Plinth et al.
The Patient Gardener’s Weblog
Rumbly in My Tumbly
Gardening Tips for All
Hudson Valley Gardens
A Northeast Ohio Garden
22 Flowers
The Daily Sweat
Trifty Trends and Tasty Treats

Seven things about me:

1. I am Maria, my husband – Jan, my daughter – Izabela, my son – Karol, and of course, my cat – Migotka.
2. I admire what is good in the world.
3. I don’t like limitations.
4. I am looking for power to act independently.
5. I believe that the best way to counteract negativity is with positivity.
6. Gardening and books are my healers.
7. And I also think that tasty and healthy food are more important than books.


Apples from my parents’ garden.


Apples with cinnamon


Pasteurized apples for winter use

Amaranthus for Drying


The chilli pepper can be used to sweet preserves.




Late flowering tulips



Unfortunately, the garlic chives are neglected.

Blooming horseradish

Flowering catmint

Flowering lamb’s lettuce

Lonely decorative garlic amongst larkspur

The lily of the valley pressed between other flowers is begging for replanting and emphasing.


The hornbeam is discolouring.

When the hedge grows, the cat will not be able to move freely amongst tangled up hornbeam wood.

The municipal-country cat is afraid of country cats. When in vicinity an aggressive cat appears, she hides in thickets.

To Create Garden


I do not have a special experience with gardening. It is a relaxing activity for me and my husband. On this blog I will present my opportunity for create enchanted garden.