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Wild Edible Walk - Forest Walk

Wild Edible Walk - Forest Walk

Let's explore the "forest" at Orcas Park and see what we can find. We'll see new plants which can have some interesting culinary uses, we'll look at the use of some leaves and barks.

Plants I expect to see are: Watercress, Curly Dock, Fragrant Everlasting, Nettles, Mugwort (very aromatic), plantain and much, much more.

The walk will be around 2 hrs - maybe a bit more.

As usual bring water, sun protection, a bag if you want to collect some plants, notebook is a good idea and camera too.

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