Foraging for Himalayan Bolsom, Identifying Himalayan Bolsom and Himalayan Bolsom Recipes are here…
This non-native invasive was brought to Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria as a less expensive alternative to orchids. It has edible parts and attractive flowers that can be used to create colourful and textured dishes
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