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This three book bundle provides a comprehensive guide to 45 powerful wild plants found in spring, summer, and autumn.
Follow along month-by-month (March to November) to learn identification tips, optimal harvest times, and the many ways each plant can be used for food, medicine, and more.
In Spring, uncover the forgotten uses of 15 plants like Dandelion, Violet, and Wild Garlic. Summer reveals 15 more beneficial plants like Elder, Mugwort, and Blackberry. Finally, Autumn covers the 15 most common wild edibles and herbs like Hawthorn, Rosehip, and Hazel.
They are a comprehensive exploration of their past and present uses as food and medicine.
Inside each book, you'll find:
- Identification guides with full-color photography
- The hidden history and traditional uses of each plant as food and medicine.
- Foraging tips to gather plants sustainably and safely
This unique foraging book bundle offers invaluable knowledge for foragers, gardeners, herbalists, and anyone seeking to reconnect with nature's healing bounty.
Rediscover plants that sustained our ancestors and learn how they can nourish us today.
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About The Author
Hey there, I’m Robin Harford. I established Eatweeds and my wild food foraging school in 2008.
BBC Countryfile lists my foraging courses at the top of their list of the best foraging courses in the UK.
Michelin chef Richard Corrigen recommended Eatweeds for inclusion in 'The Times Top 50 Websites For Food and Drink'.
I have travelled extensively, documenting and recording the traditional and local uses of wild food plants in indigenous cultures.
My work has taken me to Africa, India, SE Asia, Europe and the USA.
Occasionally, I appear on national and local radio and television.
BBC Good Food magazine, Sainsbury’s magazine, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, etc. have recommended me.
I am a member of the Society for Ethnobotany, The Herb Society, the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland and a founding member of the Association of Foragers.