Time for WildGuernsey Balms

Finally I grabbed time today to get my lipbalms made. I have been gathering my Calendula on dry days as the heads open fully. However, at last a wet day, not only for the parched soil, but for staying in and stirring a pot of infused oils and local beeswax. 

D’Arcy showed a visiting french friend  Seabeet which is growing wild around the land, the seeds blown in from the coast.  He took his first taste of Guernsey Foraging.  Sea beet being a great staple available throughout Guernsey where the land meets the sea and a fantastic  first wildfood plant.

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