The race is on to harvest the perfect pea... from field to freezer in two and a half hours
Golden fields of oilseed rape increase as the UK is set to harvest more than ever before.
One farmer supplies Anna Hill with everything needed for a roast dinner and a glass of ale
Kathy Willis explores the legacy behind the mapping of the first plant genome.
Lionel Kelleway takes a festive look at mistletoe. Recorded in 2001.
Sheila Dillon explores a bulb which arouses strong feelings - and aromas - garlic.
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.
Sybil Ruscoe follows the British opium poppy harvest from field to pharmacy.
Sheila Dillon looks at the history of the potato.
Sheila Dillon explores the culinary uses of rapeseed oil.
Ancient cereal varieties are undergoing a revival. Sybil Ruscoe meets two pioneers.
Sheila Dillon explores how to grow the perfect rhubarb.
Caz Graham visits the Yorkshire's 'rhubarb triangle', to find out about an unusual crop.
Naturalist Richard Mabey considers the sultry beauty of the wild Snake's Head Fritillary.
Sheila Dillon explores the world of the modern British tomato. Has flavour made a return?
A Hungarian heirloom pepper that was brought to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, in 1912.
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.
This humble bean is starting to gain attention as the perfect space food.
Dan Saladino reports on a rare, violet-coloured onion from The Basque region in Spain.
Sheila Dillon on how the potato changed the world, and might shape our food future.
Chris Sperring joins botanist Ray Woods in west Wales to search for the Tenby daffodil.
Explore the exotic world of the heritage potato with Caz Graham.
Sheila Dillon investigates the culinary use and the latest medical findings on turmeric.
Charlotte Smith visits a Zimbabwean farmer growing white maize in south east England.
Richard Mabey gives an account of the natural and cultural history of the wild daffodil.
Brett Westwood explores our relationship with the 'churchyard tree', the yew.
Lionel Kelleway travels to Scotland to wonder at two very different yew trees.