Discover some of  the wild herbs coming in to season now that can be used as nutritious wild foods, home herbal remedies and natural cosmetics.

Includes a short tour around my wild herb video course ‘Learn with the Seasons’ to show what it’s like and how to use it should people wish to go on to learn in more depth. 

Plantain (from 19th May 2020)


Red Clover (from 12th May 2020)

Red Clover

Silverweed (from 5th May 2020)


Hawthorn & Blackthorn (from 28th April 2020)

Hawthorn (‘whitethorn’) & Blackthorn

Sorrel & Cleavers (from 24th April 2020)

Sorrel & Cleavers

Dandelion & Primrose (17th April 2020)

Dandelion & Primrose

(Mostly) Daisy & cleavers (from 3rd April 2020)

Daisy & Cleavers (mostly!)

General intro to spring wild herbs (from 27th March 2020)

Common Spring Herbs:

nettle, plantain, cleavers, dandelions, primroses etc.

An intro beginners class (from 25th March)

A beginners intro class:

Spring herbs, city foraging, benefiting the environment & a little history of medicine (a fascinating story…!)

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*Herbal Medicine

*Wild Food

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Join the video course featured in these free lessons.

Learn with the Seasons:

forage for & use edible & medicinal wild herbs

Est. 2015

The full course contains video lessons on:

Spring Herbs

Nettle, dandelion leaves & flowers, red clover, cleavers, sorrel, elder flower, hawthorn leaves & flowers, daisy, plantain, primrose, silverweed leaves and more.

Summer Herbs

Honeysuckle, St John’s Wort, roses, self-heal, calendula, rosemary, yarrow, wild raspberries, cleavers seeds, chickweed and more.

Autumn Herbs

Haws, elderberries, rosehips, blackberries, sea buckthorn, roots (silverweed, dandelion, nettle, dock), cramp bark, hazel nuts, red clover seed bean sprouts and more.

Herbal Extracts and Wild Food Recipes

The course shows how to dry herbs, make teas, tinctures, oxymels, cordials, pesto, wild salads, infused oils, balms, poultices, infused honey, edible flower jelly, chocolate truffles and much more.


→Buy the full course (and keep life-time access to the content):

€ 245 (approx £ 219/ US$ 290)

→Or set up a monthly subscription (the ideal option if you’re on a budget):

 €20 (approx £18 /US$ 24) per month

(just cancel whenever it suits you).

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