Chilterns foraging

Agarius Avenis Horse Mushroom

Chicken in the woods

Pink Gooseberries

Blackcurrants

Black cherries, green and pink gooseberries

Tayberry or Bosenberry

Gooseberries

Red currants

Sloes

Cobnuts early Aug 2018

Beech nuts

Black Cherries

We continue to find edible wild flowers, leaves, fruit and nuts to enjoy at Chiltern Forage Farm as well as the first experimental soft fruit, stone fruit and vegetables we’ve planted.

Wild raspberries July 2019

Elderberries August 2018

Sorrel seed heads follow after the initial young tasty leaves

One of our first experimental stone fruit trees planted Feb 2019

Our 1st pink gooseberries planted Jan 2019 and harvesting from July

Blackberries August 2018