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Wild Garlic

The Bluebells are out and with them are the Ransoms (wild garlic – Allium ursinum) one of the best foraging treats in spring (in my opinion anyway) it grows in shady areas and broadleaf woodlands. You can often smell a hint of garlic in the air before you see them. I have just gathered some […]

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Jack by Hedge

Foraging for food can really give your sense of well-being a boost especially in our current situation. Spring is here and there are lots of plants coming up that we can eat. […]

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