The PSG vegetable garden: learn how to grow fruit and vegetables at the Parc des Princes

Published by Margot de Sortiraparis · Published on July 8th, 2023 at 02:40 p.m.
Did you know? PSG has its own vegetable garden. So yes, you're certainly not going to come across Kylian Mbappé planting tomatoes or pulling weeds with Marquinhos, but the kitchen garden is glued to the Parc des Princes. And frankly, that's class.

At the head of this initiative, which is as original as it is interesting, is Ciel mon radis, a company that creates vegetable gardens on the roofs, terraces, courtyards or gardens of numerous companies in Paris and the Paris region. So you too can join the team of budding gardeners who get their hands dirty, or rather, in the dirt, to take part in planting, harvesting or even cleaning up the garden.

The kitchen garden opens every two weeks to once a month: an opportunity for you and your children, godchildren, nephews, grandchildren... to discover the rudiments and cultivation of tomatoes , zucchinis , eggplants, squash, herbs... And learn how to take care of them, so you can perhaps plant some on your Parisian balcony, or in the shared garden of your Ile-de-France residence. The garden promises wonderful discoveries, and, of course, the satisfaction of being able to harvest what you've sown: fruit, winter and summer vegetables...

All gardening sessions take place on Wednesday afternoons : for the next session, see you on Wednesday, July 12, from 1 to 4 p.m., as long as you register in advance! Just remember to bring shoes and clothes that won't spoil, as well as bags for harvesting: that's it, you're budding gardeners!

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24 rue du Commandant Guilbaud
75116 Paris 16


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