||Leaves for wine, or leaf printing.
Gather flowering tops for a fawn dye or to dry for pot-pourri,
||Fresh leaves and stems with fish or
in rhubarb jam. Candy stems. Fresh leaves for green dye, dried
||Press flowers, sliced in half.
||Dry flowers for flowercrafts. Use leaves
for leaf prints.
||Flowers for petal sugar. Ointment,
Dry for pot-pourri.
||Dry flowering tops for flowercrafts
or to fill cat's toys.
||Fresh leaves for ointment.
||Fresh leaves as a dye, for ointment
or pressing. Make liquid fertilizer and use to protect young plants
from snails and slugs. Dry for winter use.
||Harvest leaves for papermaking or 'rushwork'.
||Fresh flowers for winemaking, cordial,
vinegar, syrup or to cook with gooseberries. Freeze for cookery.
Dry for tea and inhalations. Ointment from flowers or leaves. Poor
quality flowers or leaves as dye. Flowers as aphid deterrent.
||Lleaves fresh for salads, fish and
vinegar. Also dye. Dry for pot-pourri and confetti.