We’ve just returned from a week’s holiday en fammile , sun kissed & gently exfoliated by the Anglesey sun & sand . It was beautiful, as always but just 50 yards away from the wind breaks and the buckets, was a secluded & lush coastal path which was a forager’s paradise. The sweetpeas rambled across the dunes & were stonkingly beautiful - much better than the runt-like specimens I have been cultivating back home with feed and canes. Along the path there were elderflowers (ready to pick), blackberries (on their way) and a huge crop of sloe berries - as yet unripe but minding their own business. There was also a nut / berry thing which I felt I should know but couldn’t identify it. It was tantalising & I spent the next few days wondering how I could harvest & keep the elderflowers til I got back to Manchester. Much to my regret, I left them but have been compensated by the first blueberry from the garden. One of only 6 , but a triumph !