Alexanders (Smyrnium olusatrum), is a wild food which grows on cliff tops and in seaside hedgerows.
The beautiful, lime green plant was introduced to the UK by the Romans, who called it the ‘pot herb of Alexandria’, because every part of it is edible. People say it tastes similar to angelica and parsley, but there are many different ways of bringing out its flavour. – Eden Project
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