It’s a small seasonal treat – not quite as luscious as a punnet of English hothouse strawberries, but all the more tasty for being a bit scarce. Wild strawberries grow around the farmyard, and especially outside Otter Cottage.
When our youngest was tiny, if he went missing in June you could usually find him sitting in the sun by a patch, helping himself. Luckily strawberries are easy to identify – we have plenty of things at Wheatland Farm that are not so good to eat!
#30DaysWild this time last year: Moth Moment