It has become a trend to use wild plants in cooking. The wild plants have a natural vitamin content, are free from pesticides and are completely natural. In addition, it is pleasant to collect ingredients for his own meal. Kirsten Tind has illustrated 8 edible wild plants, which are some of the free raw materials found in our nature.
The motifs on the cards:
Crambe maritima - Sea kale
Allium ursinum - Wild garlic
Allium aleraceum - Field garlic
Plantago maritima, Honckenya peploides - Seaside plantain, Sea sandwort
Oxalis acetosella - Wood sorrel
Taraxacum officinale - Common dandelion
Aegopodium podagraria - Ground elder
Cochlearia officinalis - Common scurvygrass
The cards are printed on European Swan-labeled printers and are made from environmentally certified FSC paper.
The envelopes are made of eco-friendly eucalyptus paper.