The State of the Wild – March 21- April 2

banner-wfs.png

The change of weather and rain finally. Plus we got peppercorn berries, lots of.

Send an email shop@wildfood.store for pricing. Orders by Tuesday, delivery Thursday.

Seasonal offerings:

lemon myrtle smll.jpg

Lemon Myrtle leaves –

Backuosia citridora
Fresh leaves, full of flavour, great for

infusing or as herbs with fish.
50g 600ml punnet

wildfeenel-seeds.jpg

Wild fennel –Foeniculum vulgare

Plenty to offer, sweet and fresh young seeds.
25g 600ml punnet

acetosa-cropped.jpg

Rambling dock – Acetosa sagittata

Plenty to offer fresh young shoots. 25g 600ml punnet

Farmers friend croppd.jpg

Farmers friend- Bidens pilosa

Plenty to offer fresh young shoots.

Perfect for that twist on salsa verde.

35g 600ml punnet

artemisia-bexley.jpg

Wormwood –Artemisia vulgaris

Amazing flavor for this infusing plant. For your cocktails, stews or why not, have a go at making vermouth! 35g 600ml punnet

scurvy weed.jpg

Scurvy weed – Commelina cyanea

Native green, much appreciated as a vegetable in the early days of the colony.

35g 600ml punnet

Sea lettuce.jpg

Sea lettuce – Ulva lactuca

Now available in 150gms punnets, straight from the sea shore.

150g 600ml punnet


SPECIAL FROM THE MID WEST HARVEST HUB.

We have suppliers keen to bring it to you.

Delivered in 25g punnets or contact for bulk delivery

peppercorn-tree-berries.jpg

Peppercorn berries – Schinus molle

Now available. Floral, spicy, colourful.

Excellent addition to drinks and as a garnish with a strong profile