Produce

Sea Aster
Foraged with appreciation and respect for nature to support our wild-food connection by Miles Irving and team at Forager Ltd.  The word Aster translates as Star in ancient Greek. Sea aster comes from the Asteraceae sunflower family and is the perfect plant for...
Continue reading
Sea Orache
Referred to by the ancient Greeks as 'Halimon' This plant thrives in alkaline, dry sandy soils - it draws up salt into its leaves and so confers a lovely salty flavour to dishes.  Inland edible relatives of this plant include...
Continue reading
Sweet Cicely
Sweet Cicely - Myrrhis odorata Also known as garden myrrh This plant has a beautiful sweet aniseed like flavour - that lends itself well to fruit and vegetable salads alike. Suggested uses: Simply add the leaves to salads For an unusual...
Continue reading
Wild Blossom Tea
A loose tea mix of wild blossoms with delicate flavours and scents in gentle pastel shades to sooth and restore you gently. Simply add a teaspoon per cup to a teapot and brew for 2-5mins, or longer if you prefer. ...
Continue reading