This is my last post from Amsterdam for a little while. If you see any herbs in the city, which you would like to photograph and email to me, then please feel free to do so. I’d really like to keep this project alive whilst I’m away – to show that there really are edible . . . → Read More: 365 Frankendael day 240
There are still Ginkgo fruit/nuts falling ripe from street trees in Amsterdam.
Here’s some tasty and nourishing Hairy Bitter Cress, harvested from a roof terrace pot today. This wild food plant should be available right into the winter. It makes a welcome, peppery addition to a meal.
Here is Greater Celandine, its toxic . . . → Read More: 365 Frankendael day 217
I did a spot of roof gardening this morning and was very pleased to find this herb growing in a neglected plant pot. It’s thought of as weed by most and yet it’s providing at least two services here; covering lots of surface soil thus acting as a green mulch and also it’s soon . . . → Read More: Hairy bittercress – A free lunch