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Pennywort

A lovely addition to any salad with its succulent, delicate flavour.

Hawthorn

A very common and healthy plant to forage from....

Fool's Watercress

Although it is usually described as poor mans cress it tastes nothing like cress so it is an unfair comparison, it tastes pleasantly of carrot and is great as a...

Watercress

Watercress was one of the first green vegetables we have evidence of early humans eating....

Wintercress

Although slightly bitter this cress can be found from December on and was probably important as a fresh green herb to early man in the winter months....

Asparagus

Wild Asparagus is mainly the escaped cultivated plant but a few different varieties can grow in the UK. There is also confusion over whether Asparagus officinalis sub prostratus is a...

Wild Gooseberry

It is difficult to know if Gooseberries found in the wild are wild or feral as they were cultivated alot in the UK in years gone by.

Daisy

Daisies are easy to identify and they are easy to find but we don’t really use them due to their bitter, medicinal taste, each to his own!...

Yarrow

Very common and easy to identify with its feathery leaves. Yarrow can be found in most grassland. The flowers appear from June to October and make Yarrow look like a...

Meadowsweet

Fairly common and usually found growing in clumps, it can often be smelled before being seen.