Just to let you knopw our SEA KALE plants arrived safe and sound this morning. We are thrilled with the quality of these plants, Thank you so much
Gillian Rudd, Nottingham
An extremely useful book in content and size for taking on walks in the country - it will help you select the right plants to eat for free!
Supplied as a 159 page (slightly smaller than A5), softback book.This Product is Available Now.
Written by our very good friend Paul Peacock, who is well known for his books on farming and rural issues and is also editor of Home Farmer magazine, this handy sized reference book, ideal for popping in your pocket prior to a walk, helps you identify the most common wild food - showing you what plant is at its peak for picking, which mushrooms can be gathered where and when or which berries are ideal for preserving in a jam or jelly.
With sections examining fauna, flora and fungi the book encourages you to go forth and forage with sections detailing woodland, heath and hill, the seashore and the riverbank making it an essential walking companion for the novice forager keen to take advantage of nature's free larder - and of course many of the recipes can be used for the cultivated equivalents.
Accompanied by recipes, photographs and illustrations this book is an ideal introduction for every budding forager.
New Leaves For Old
The Forager Goes Forth
On Heath And Hill
Along The River Bank
Beach and Sea
The Pocket Guide To Wild Food
by Paul Peacock
Publisher: The Good Life Press
Size: 134mm x 210mm
Illustrations: line drawings throughout with colour centre pages