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Plant Forage Make Magazine Vol 2


Plant Forage Make is a magazine for makers, dreamers and plant lovers.

Designed to be cherished forever, this soft-cover journal is like a botanical hug, designed to lift your spirits, encourage you to slow down and engage with the natural world around you.

The theme for volume 2 is 'Colour' . Contributors from around the world share articles, projects, recipes and ideas related to colour in nature.

Published by Rebecca Desnos, a natural dyer and independent publisher in the UK. Rebecca’s vision is to unite different plant crafts and explore our relationship with plants. Together, let's celebrate plant creativity in every form.


  • Create a restful 'away' space in the garden, by Victoria Stevens
  • Nature printing, an interview with Latifat Apatira
  • Developing a dye garden, by Liz Spencer, The Dogwood Dyer
  • Reflections on motherhood & the colour blue in nature, by Katie Whittington
  • Grow your own indigo & dye with the fresh leaves, by Rebecca Desnos
  • Make your own watercolour paints with foraged earth, by Clara Infante
  • An interview with Colleen Codekas, from Grow, Forage, Cook Ferment
  • Grow butterfly pea flowers, make a colourful spiced chai, make rainbow Socca pancakes, by Tara Lanich-LaBrie
  • An interview with wild weaver, Suzie Grieve, Foraged Fibres
  • Dandelion pesto & violet syrup, by Harmonie O'Loughlin
  • Record colour swatches in nature / start a new creative practice, Lorene Edwards Forkner
  • The colours of grief, a reflective piece, by Alice Griffin
  • Grow your own flowers to make everlasting (dried) bouquets, by Bex Partridge
  • Create your own paper cosmos flowers, by Susan Beech
  • Colourful plants and pollinators, Becky Searle

106 pages / soft cover / no advertisements / published in May 2022 / The paperback is the same size as Botanical Colour at your Fingertips, measuring 234 x 156 mm.