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foraging | Kent | London | south east

Lords & Ladies – Arum maculatum

Lords & Ladies (Arum maculatum) is a plant commonly found in British woodlands and often along verges and hedgerows close to woodlands, particularly in shady spots.  It can be found across Europe.  It’s a plant that’s worth becoming familiar with as it’s poisonous and in fact is one of the commonest reasons for people going […]


rosehip and crab apple jelly | foraging | Kent

Rosehip and crab apple jelly

2017 is proving to be a phenomenal year for fruit so far.  We’re making the most of it and  continuing with making jellies and jams.  This time it’s a rosehip and crab apple jelly. You might want to take a look at this post on different edible fruits and jellies that are common in the […]


Rowan and crab apple jelly 1

We’re big fans of the late summer bounty of fruits.  We recently picked a load of rowan berries (Sorbus aucaparia) and crab apples (Malus sylvestris – probably!) as we were walking Willow alongside the river and so Nicola has made some rowan and crab apple jelly.  It’s easy to do and goes really well with game, […]

Rowan and crab apple jelly