For centuries edible flowers have been part of traditional cuisine of different nations. Floral waters, essences, wine, sorbet and ice-cream, gelees and jams, and crystalized
In spite of the lack of light and increasingly cold temperatures, it is still possible to collect edible wild plants in autumn and winter. Below
In the past stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) were not only collected in the wild for food, but grown in vegetable gardens and even in cold
Chickweed (Stellaria media) is a native of Europe and Asia, now naturalized on all continents. It is ubiquitous and can grow in full sun in
German chamomile (Chamomilla recutita) is an annual plant with a strong, but pleasant smell. It is a native of the southern and eastern Europe and
Rosehips are some of the most beautiful and nutritious wild berries. They resemble jewels due to their elegant oval shape, bright colour and glossy skin.