Picked by hand and beautifully bunched by Deanna from her own abundant and biodiverse meadow at the woodlands edge.
You can nibble any of these items raw, whizz them up into a green super-smoothie, or make a delicious soup out of them.
Spending time in forests has been shown to boost the immune system, chiefly increasing the number of killer cells (1,2,3), through inhaling a variety of compounds known as terpenes. Make sure you have a good whiff of your Douglas Fir leaves. If you wish you can put a little under your pillow for some overnight inhaled terpene goodness!
Alexander bud and leaves: Also known as The Parsley of Alexandria, this pot herb was brought over to the British Isles by the Romans. All parts of the plant are edible.