I’ve always fancied foraging for wild edible plants. I have berries at the allotment in the plot and in the hedgerow. I like them because they don’t always require preparation and cooking and, added to vodka or gin they are amazing. It would be great to find nuts and mushrooms too. Our world really is just bursting with wild edibles, provided you know where to look…
‘The proof of the Winter Wreath is in the hanging’ to put a topical twist on a very old proverb.
Day 17 – Spring is sprung! We are nearly there and if it is all right with you we’ll have a day to take stock and I’ll add a day on to the end to make up for the fact there is no pattern today.
‘Primrose’ appeared often as one of your favourite Spring words. They are a small but beautiful beneficial plant. A super food for butterflies.
Spring wouldn’t be Spring without a daffodil or a poem about them!
Thank you for joining the Spring KAL. Thank you also to the knitters of the Winter KAL whom I asked to send me their favourite Spring words. They sent me lots and I’ve use them as my inspiration for the next 20 days of projects.
We’ve all been able to spend more time outside this year than ever before. I’ve always been lucky enough to have a garden and I’ve loved them all. I have fond memories of being with my Grandad in his garden, making daisy chains, picking Scabious and Michaelmas daisies, eating raw peas and strawberries, with Granny…