Kathy Willis explores the legacy behind the mapping of the first plant genome.
Lionel Kelleway explores the important benefits of ivy to British wildlife.
Helen Mark meets Alistair McGowan at a plum festival in the Vale of Evesham.
Formby asparagus was once a famous delicacy. Caz Graham meets the last of the growers.
Anna Jones visits a farm in Hampshire where mint is proving a successful crop.
Nature's barbed wire - and giver of a fruit that creates a delicious warming tipple.
Sophie Grigson presents the food magazine. She explains why pears are the perfect fruit.
Richard Mabey is on the Suffolk coast to celebrate the edible joys of wild samphire.
Naturalist Richard Mabey considers the sultry beauty of the wild Snake's Head Fritillary.
Rachel Roddy and Sheila Dillon share their love of sweet chestnuts.
A regal leaf that's tastier than spinach, as nutritious as quinoa and grows wild.
Dan Saladino discovers the wild mountain strawberries of southern Kosovo.
This week, Dan Saladino reports on "the caviar of Ribera”, wild strawberries from Sicily.
Dan Saladino reports on a rare, violet-coloured onion from The Basque region in Spain.
Sheila Dillon discovers the secrets of that misunderstood and overlooked fruit: the pear.
Watercress: Wonder food or a case of marketing hype?
Elinor Goodman visits a watercress farm in Dorset.
Tom Heap investigates the theft and smuggling of rare flowers and its impact.
Richard Mabey with an appreciation of the natural and cultural history of the wild rose.