We aim to delight (by bringing samples for you to taste), entertain (by telling you some of the stories about the plants) and inspire (by sharing what you want to know). We’re also developing courses specialising in free teas from foraging, processing and blending to growing your own free tea garden.
Fine Pluck teas were quietly but satisfyingly presented for sale at the end of September as our focus turned from harvesting and drying to blending and packing.
We're looking forward to this first event of the season, hopefully enough plants will be showing. The whole day is full of talks and workshops, poetry and music. It is at the Isis Farmhouse Pub and costs £25.
This is happening at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. At the time of writing we're up for a led forage on both days. The sun will be out, there will be lots of other things to see. What a great day out!
It seems appropriate to mark today, the spring equinox, first day of spring...here amongst the Cambrian Mountains where the sun is shining on the snow!! More ...
Lanes and banks of Pembrokeshire heaving with abundant alexanders in flower. Any cooking tips chefs, gurus and foragers?
On 15/05/13, at 6:52