Sustainable

Tastemakers

29/09/2021 By HC

Welcome to harvest season and our edible country series here on the journal. We have a fascination with creating concepts that forge links between cooking and source. Where applicable we like to turn gardens into gourmet pantries. In conjunction with this we also consider the countryside as a forageable feast in order to champion sustainability and self sufficiency. In our edible country series we want to gather in a shared experience of attainable ways to bring garden to table. This will include edible and ornamental living walls, kitchen gardens and garden kitchens, dedicated productive gardens, children’s grow gardens, grow houses, glass houses, micro farming and tablescaping.

This series will also rebel against the elements in the colder months. Here is an amuse-bouche of what’s to come.

seed pods

Potager project polytunnnel

A hanging strawberry plant in flower in a self-sufficent edible garden

erigeron flowers

polytonal in a flower farm at sunset

Next time here on the journal

Pulp Fiction, The Pantry, Seed Club, Fusion, Party Wall