'The appetite for foraging food from the wild has never been stronger. But gardener and author Alys Fowler says you don't have to necessarily go out into the rolling fields to find your dinner.' BBC Magazine 'Is a hugely readable combination of factual field guide, recipes and inspiring tales of people (both at home and abroad) wining on elderflower champagne and dining on borage and sweetchestnuts.' YOU Magazine, Mail on Sunday 'It has wonderful photographs that make plucking wild rocket and dandelions from wasteground look like a piece of delicious cake.' Irish Times
About the Author
Alys Fowler started gardening in her early teens and trained at the Royal Horticultural Society, the New York Botanical Gardens and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. She was a presenter for BBC's Gardeners' World and had her own BBC TV series The Edible Garden. She writes regularly for the Guardian, Gardens Illustrated, Grow Your Own, blogs for BBC Gardening and has a monthly video on the Guardian website.