Each year, around the end of June, wild strawberries appear in the garden. They are small, oddly shaped, brightly coloured jewels, peeping out from behind their green leaves. As they grow by themselves, they are another ideal fruit for a kitchen garden which really relies on very little supervision.
There is something a little challenging about eating a wild strawberry - as though it's a forbidden fruit...
|Wild Strawberries in the Kitchen Garden - Watercolour and Ink.|
Surely, these tiny treats of the forest are the perfect feast for the small wildlife visitors!
Kitchen Garden Blog - June.