Beit Shalom in Summer
In the summer the cyclamen – from the winter – continue to blossom in the garden. When did you last see cyclamen blooming in the summer?
The dry breeze cools the guests, cuddling up with books and coffee beneath the trees in the garden. In the evening, there is no need to turn on the air conditioner, as you actually need a sweater 🙂
By the end of the summer (mid August), the figs ripen. These figs are from the fig trees that great-grandfather brought from Damascus. They are big and incredibly sweet; and from this fruit we make the fig jam for breakfast.