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We are keen to locate examples of projects demonstrating sustainable cultivation of medicinal plants, including trees and shrubs. And we would like to develop a band of advisers to help others develop their medicinal growing projects. Get in touch if you have relevant interest and/or experience and would like to discuss taking this forward.


Share Your Research

Through the blog on this website we aim to share research findings and projects which can help the development of medicinal forest gardens and sustainable herbal medicine. If you are active in research in agricultural, botanical or horticultural fields with relevant information to pass on, we would like to share the details. Do get in touch if you would be interested in passing on information.


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Media Enquiries

We welcome interest from you if you are involved in the media and keen to promote the spread of factual information about past and present uses of medicinal trees and shrubs. You can hear an example about Willow in the programme made by BBC Radio 4 on Natural Histories.

Radio interview

BBC Natural Histories on Willow

You can hear Anne Stobart contributing to the BBC Natural Histories programme aired 17 July 2018 (about 17 minutes in).


You can support the Medicinal Forest Garden Trust by making a purchase. All profits go towards our work in encouraging sustainable cultivation and harvest of medicinal trees and shrubs. A donation of £10 can be made in our Shop, and you receive a printed set of 6 tree information sheets. Do get in touch if you are able to offer a larger donation at

Tree info sheets