The quest to produce profitable new varieties at times led to breeders to embrace methods that today seem strange.
According to Indigenous ways of knowing, we are only as healthy as our environments.
Despite the British countryside’s genteel reputation there are a surprisingly large amount of poisonous plants growing both in the wild and in gardens.
Many trendy “Instagrammable” foods have a long association with poverty.
Today, celery is almost universally despised. But the Victorians adored it, as the Georgians did the pineapple.
Bringing to a close our January exploration of the Heracleum genus, I explore some of its edible uses.