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Invasion on a plate

Invasion on a plate

Ever since Columbus missed India, plants have been taking advantage of human beings for their own propagation. It’s not like they didn’t do so before ...
Bark and weeds

Bark and weeds

Today's menu: appetiser—bark, second course—weeds. Who will be the highest bidder? But who would even eat this? What about … bark with caviar and weed ...
A demonstration of a battle in the garden

A demonstration of a battle in the garden

Now then. Things are about to get serious. To the front line and ... attaaack! A bomb here, a machine gun there, a knife between the teeth and let's e ...
The wild side of the sea coast

The wild side of the sea coast

Who would have thought that sea beet growing by the sea loves salty soil so much that it doesn't even grow on any other soil as a self-sown plant? And ...
Totally wild: Everyday wild garlic and home-grown nettle

Totally wild: Everyday wild garlic and home-grown nettle

Is it widely known that we, as human beings, have forgotten that wild food actually is superfood (“wildings” once ate really “super”). As a matter of ...
Snowdrops and primroses, catkins and violets

Snowdrops and primroses, catkins and violets

The blooming, growing new spring always reminds us of what we didn’t forget, but just didn’t know. That is why you should look around you and let me t ...