They wanted to do something for the people in the town and the community gardens project in Bratislava inspired them.
The Slovak Spectator
Oct 8, 2016
“We were curious if the garden could survive at least one weekend. It worked and people started to use our garden quite often. We are really happy about it. If we have a chance, in a few months we will continue enlarging our garden,“ adds Barbora.
Along with traditional herbs such as mint, chives, parsley, basil, thyme, and rosemary, there are also special herbs like sage and echinacea.
In every line of herbs in the palette is the name of the herb with pictures and an QR code, a matrix barcode that people can use with their phones to find additional information. The whole herbal garden cost less than 50 euros.