Sea Buckthorn berries are blended with
apple and grape juices from summer
into late autumn.
The second of the early apples, Discovery
STEVIA, the Paraguayan sweet herb, is used
independently where a leaf is refreshing to
the taste, or combined with other herbs
such as chocolate mint or teas and is
eventually cut back and dried in September
to use as a sweetener in confectionery.
Sea Buckthorn berries layered with apples
ready for juicing in a steamer.
Tree Sea Buckthorn (male) next to
Saltbush (atriplex halimus).
Drying leaves of male Sea Buckthorn to make tea.