If you wish to hunt for truffles they are still out there, a combination of Summer truffle and T mesentericum our black winter truffle. So still time to book a foray before it all comes to an end!
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year and want to take this opportunity to thank all my clients that have been out with me in 2016. Another bountiful season although a tad late in arriving which had me worried for a while but all came good in a rather back to front manner. Looking forward to another season in 2017 with the addition of some Spring and Summer walks including edible plants, flowers, tubers, and of course all manner of edible seeds, fruit, berries and fungi in the Autumn.
Festive greetings to you all!
I have a little extra Sussex summer truffle for sale if anyone is interested…?
Sedgwick House Mushroom Foray, Clathrus archeri I believe, shame some got mowed over by the gardener but he won’t be doing it again he has promised 🙂 Best find of the day, a first for me!
So nice to get feed back from events, especially one like this:
Yeah it was absolutely brilliant, felt like I seen the gardens in a whole new perspective and everyone really enjoyed themselves and learned a lot, so thanks so much. ”
From Maya, seed collections assistant at Wakehurst Place
Nice, thank you
Come and see me this weekend at Wakehurst Place I will be doing a fungi talks an’ walks.
I’m adopting this phrase as my tag line as I use it so frequently “Look for truffle, look for truffle” it’s got a great ring to it puts a kick in the dogs step and always keeps me smiling!