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Stephen Barstow
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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 Aug 5
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 Aug 3
Replying to @IncredibleVeg
Great work, Mandy!
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Stephen Barstow Aug 1
Great video on Good King Henry (stolt henrik) with my friend Tycho in Denmark!
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Stephen Barstow Jul 29
59 is Malva alcea, the greater musk mallow, currently in full flower, and probably my most used summer perennial vegetable. See more at
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Stephen Barstow Jul 27
This year's udo (Aralia cordata) is bigger than ever following the cool damp early summer here! More about my largest vegetable udo here and in my book:
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Stephen Barstow Jul 21
To celebrate the mother of CSAs in Norway, Jolien P., visiting Malvik for the first time, tonight's multi-species salad was created... See also at
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Stephen Barstow Jul 20
Companion perennials: the most productive parts of my garden have happened with little interference from me! - via
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Stephen Barstow Jul 20
58 is Anchusa azurea, currently in full flower, widely used as a cooked spring vegetable in Mediterranean countries, and the flowers were eaten as a snack
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Stephen Barstow Jul 14
Replying to @airpotgardener
When does your Allium chinense flower and where are you?
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Stephen Barstow Jul 14
Replying to @bareare
Nice pipeløk :)
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Stephen Barstow Jul 13
With onions bound for the Ringve Botanical Garden in my 40 year old Karrimor cycle pannier (which has a lifetime guarantee!)
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Stephen Barstow Jul 12
Allium pskemense, a fantastic Edi-ento-mental!! (Edible, insect-friendly and ornamental!)
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Stephen Barstow Jul 11
Habeetsia burgers or Bloody Habbyburgers? Cooked and ground beetroots mixed with 100% wholegrain barley and rye flour, eggs and cooked Hablitzia leaves and Johannes shallots (Allium x cornutum), marjoram, salt, pepper and ground chili
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Stephen Barstow Jul 8
The extreme salad collection: pictures of the first 10 diversity salads from my garden, more to come! via
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Stephen Barstow Jul 6
The double flowered variety of shungiku / chopsuey greens (Glebionis coronaria / Chrysanthemum coronarium) I'm growing this year is flowering in two different colours! Shungiku soba:
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Stephen Barstow Jul 6
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Stephen Barstow Jul 2
I'm making the most of my invite to the Mid-West Wild Harvest Festival with a number of other talks with Joe Hollis, Eric Toensmeier, Atlanta Botanical Garden and a number of other events in New England - via
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Stephen Barstow Jul 1
Replying to @BackyardLarder
Yes, I do :)
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Stephen Barstow Jun 30
Replying to @BackyardLarder
Ask for Ligularia seed in the winter...happy to send you some!
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