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Stephen Barstow Jun 15
Sorry for the delay :)
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Stephen Barstow May 9
Extreme Pakora Man? (EPM): a 65 veggie Pakora at 65 (years of age) - via
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Stephen Barstow May 4
See this Instagram post by @humanswhogrowfood
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Stephen Barstow Apr 5
You've got me clawing after that one now....I'll send you a copy of my book plants with 11 pages on dandelions in return for a few seed...or seed of the pink-flowered and red-leaved dandelion :)
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Stephen Barstow Apr 5
Replying to @AnitaHaukvik
No, but I'm clawing after this one now!
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Agricology Mar 18
Edible perennials can survive extreme drought, cold and wet conditions, help absorb carbon, are low maintenance, and are beneficial for insect and bird life. Read about some to consider in article published in :
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Stephen Barstow Dec 15
Nice video. Not so important, but it didn't look like Rumex patientia. There are at least 11 species of dock recorded as used in sarma :)
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Stephen Barstow Dec 5
A weekend in paradise; Part 1: Arrival and the Celo Inn From my visit to the amazing Mountain Gardens in North Carolina where the great Joe Hollis practices his Paradise Gardening!
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Stephen Barstow Dec 4
I regularly do talks for gardening clubs, permie groups, botanical gardens in the UK and elsewhere. Open to do something in the south when I'm over during 11-19 Jan. Am also planning some talks in North England and a tour of Scotland from about Sep 20th.
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Stephen Barstow Dec 4
:) Ornables for those who think good looks are more important than good taste! I'm of the opposite persuasion!
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Backyard Larder Dec 3
I enjoyed this - and learnt that Stephen has responsibility for the 'onion garden' in Trondheim Botanical Gardens. About 300 alliums!
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Stephen Barstow Dec 2
Replying to @BackyardLarder
Do you have a reference to EZeer thresh? Couldn't find anything.
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Stephen Barstow Nov 30
The winter's first shoots on the window sill as the storm rages outside! These are from bulbils of one of my hardneck garlics: either Aleksandra, Estonian Red or Valdres - all produce many medium sized bulbils of perfect size. See
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Stephen Barstow Nov 19
Thanks to everyone for supporting me on the perennial edible adventure I’ve been on since my book was published 5 years ago today! Please join my gallery of your by sending yours! See
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Stephen Barstow Nov 17
About Cornelian Cherries and Polish Olives in Scandinavia
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Stephen Barstow Aug 24
In the local paper was a report that it was a bad year for bilberries locally. I’m glad we didn’t listen and went anyway with several kilos to dry and make bilberry leather with! See also at
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Stephen Barstow Aug 16
I was asked what is the most different flowers I've used in a salad. I think 115 is the answer (see the picture and blog post Maxi-edimental flowers from 4 years ago).
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Stephen Barstow 5 Aug 19
Delicious 100% wholegrain barley, Svedje rye, spelt, emmer sourdough pizza with NZ spinach, broad beans, Johannes shallots, patience dock, sea kale, porcini, Hartington Silver thyme and chili...
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Stephen Barstow 3 Aug 19
Replying to @IncredibleVeg
Great work, Mandy!
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Stephen Barstow 1 Aug 19
Great video on Good King Henry (stolt henrik) with my friend Tycho in Denmark!
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