29.09‒07.10 “Interesting Edible Plants”

We sometimes do not dare to try unknown fruit, seeds, leaves, stems and bulbs because we just have no idea what these new edible plants are. What should certainly find a place on our table is various legumes, for instance, mung beans, chickpeas and fenugreek. In addition to fascinating herbs and vegetables, our exhibition presents Asian leafy greens, for example, bok choy, tatsoi and mizuna, which could be used for bolder experiments in the kitchen. Yacon, honey mesquite and sweet monk fruit can, in their turn, provide great substitutes for refined cane sugar. Those who like it hot will also find the exhibition worth seeing because there is a display of interesting “peppers”. At weekends, there will be excursions and a children’s workshop “Rainbow on your plate”. At 13:00 on Sunday, 7 October, a lecture will be held by integrative therapist Liis Orav on the topic “Feed your health”. Harri Poom will be introducing grape and melon varieties grown on the fruit farm Saare-Tõrvaaugu. At weekends, young grape vines and melon plants will be sold from 11:00 to 16:00. Payments accepted in cash.

Program:

Saturday, 6.10

12:00 Children’s workshop “Rainbow on your plate”

13.00 “Interesting edible plants”. Guided tour in Estonian

15.00 Lecture/guided tour “Sweet plants as a natural alternative to refined cane sugar”

Sunday, 7.10

12:00 Children’s workshop “Rainbow on your plate”

12:00 “Interesting edible plants”. Guided tour in Russian

13.00 Lecture “Support your health with the plant strength!” by integrative therapist and dietary advisor Liis Orav

 

Interesting Edible Plants exhibition is open Mon-Sun from 11:00 until 16:00.
Entry fee for adults: 4 €; for pensioners / students 2 €. Guided tour fee 4.50 € per person is added to the entry fee. Children’s workshop is free of charge.
The premises are open from 11:00 until 16:00