The relationship between people and plants for both food and medicine goes back hundreds of thousands of years, but in the recent centuries, this knowledge has almost been forgotten.
Re-discover the hundreds of uses for common plants growing around us and learn stories of their folklore and legend.
You will be greeted at a tube station by your guide either Vicky or Kim. Both live and breath this lifestyle and frankly they’re both awesome!
They are both medically trained herbalists whose passion is to share the lost traditional knowledge and mysticism of herbs and wild food with others. They will guide you through some of London’s most beautiful rural spaces whilst helping you to re-establish a bond with nature through the collection of edible wild plants and herbs.
The walk lasts just over two hours and can vary in distance between one and two miles. You will nibble on edible and medicinal species of plants along the way. This trip is an education in just how much is around us - even in London! We guarantee this experience will change the way you view flora forever…
• Learn how to identify wild plants,
• Discover the history & traditional uses of herbs and trees,
• Sample and learn the recipes for some delicious traditional foraged edibles and medicines.
• Suitable for all ages and levels of experience
• Any special requirements can be tailored for (e.g- food allergies, young children, wheelchair users)
• Experiences last 2.5 hours.
• Come prepared for all weather
Highgate Woodland or Regents Park (depending on season)
Meeting points are either Highgate or Regents Park tube stations
Maximum group size of 6.
in the secret green spaces of London.
£200 for 2 persons
Extra persons £100.
Price is per person.
Minimum booking of 2 persons. (£200 min)
Maximum group size of 6
2.5 hour experience.
Learn about and eat your foraged goods.
Session is private, exclusively for your guests.
Transfers and hotel connections available.
Please dress weather appropriate.
Comfortabke shoes recommeneed.
Wrap up warm and bring a spare layer.
WHAT TO BRING
We recommend if you have to bring a bag that you try and bring a backpack so your hands are free to forage. You may want to bring water and other refreshments or foods. There may not be shops near the location. Please do bring a camera and maybe a notebook so you can record your findings to help you learn more.
HOW TO GET THERE
Great transport links from central London to either: Highgate (Northern Line)
or Regents Park tube station (Bakerloo Line)