03th April 2022

It was again a very nice, but cold, herb walk with good-humoured participants.

There was also a very exciting exchange with the participating chef Sven.

At this point, a big thank you goes out to Susi from “Die Düne” in Schleswig, for the lovely contact.

Of course, I also brought a few photos:

Hawthorn

Hawthorn
(Crataegus laevigata)

Schmalblättriges Weidenröschen

Schmalblättriges Weidenröschen
(Epilobium angustifolium)

beloved dandelion

Dandelion
(Taraxacum officinale)

Wilde Petersilie

Ground ivy
(Glechoma hederacea)

Heckenrose

Heckenrose
(Rosa corymbifera)

Engelwurz

Engelwurz
(Angelica archangelica)

We were incredibly lucky with the weather, but as always, I had ordered it specially. Directly after the end of the hike it started to hail and we “fled” into the car in time.

The day before, we had surprisingly received snow and the temperatures were accordingly. Fortunately, this does not bother the first wild plants at all.

The hawthorn is already in full bloom, the dandelion is slowly forming buds and even the angelica is already stretching its first leaves out of the earth. Simply beautiful.

There was also great interest in my summer courses and mushroom walks in autumn, many thanks for that.

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