Wild Kitchen Garden

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The Wild Kitchen Garden brings wild edible plants and trees into a small urban setting. The planting is informal colourful, airy, natural – and tasty too. It would work perfectly in the back garden of a city terrace. The planters, which include one for edible aquatics, are made of galvanised metal and were found in salvage reclamation yards. A sink and prep area against the back wall makes harvesting easy. The garden, inspired in part by the recipes and writing of the late Roger Phillips, is full of edible surprises and pleasures, but it can also be valued as a small and intriguing patch of wildness.

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