I've written a two-and-a-half page spread about EYFG in the latest issue of Kitchen Garden magazine, which will be on sale in newsagents from 31st May. I'm hoping that will bring in some pledges from the magazine's 50,000 readers!
Meanwhile, here's a picture of some seedpods on my sweet cicely plant. Myrrhis odorata doesn't make it into the book - I'm not sure it's quite "invisible" enough to meet the criteria - but it's an attractive plant in its own way, and the edible pods, produced in great profusion at this time of year, have a strong flavour of aniseed.
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