Thursday, 1 July 2010

Good plant Bad plant

Glamorous Gardener digs up an old tale about the £70m cost of removing Japanese Knot Weed from the Olympics site...

And the Wall Street Journal follows a foraging East End chef around bits of Hackney: "It is really surprising how much you can find to eat in a park in east London, which you can then put on a fine-dining tasting menu," says Mr. Willetts. "Every restaurant uses micro herbs as garnish these days. Why buy them in when you can use local, unusual produce that no one thinks about using?"

And Leabank Square says you might already be too late for the elderflower cordial.

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