Quimper Old Priory Medieval Gardens Part III: Edibles & Tinctorials

In this third and last post on the Priory gardens of Quimper, I am featuring the back of the garden (shown on the left of the map) where edibles are grown, as well as those plants used for making and coloring clothing.

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